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"Food-wise and Water-smart"
Do these things:
Tie a ribbon around the water faucet handle so you’ll remember not to us tap
Keep safe, bottled water by the sink to use for drinking and teeth brushing.
Always clean your hands before you eat, but use prepackaged hand wipes or antiseptic gel to clean your hands, not just tap water.
Take along prescribed anti-diarrhea medication.
Don’t do these things:
Don’t drink tap water. Don’t even use it for brushing your teeth.
Don’t use ice unless you know it was made from boiled or filtered water.
Don’t eat raw vegetables or salads.
Don’t eat unpasteurized dairy products.
Don’t eat any fruits unless you peel them yourself.
Don’t buy food and drinks from street vendors.
Don’t go swimming in streams and lakes because of the risk of water pollution.
Use an insect repellant containing DEET in a concentration of 20-30%. Apply as directed.
Wear clothes that cover most of the body, light color clothing won’t attract mosquito’s as much as darker clothing.
Avoid outdoor activities at night Sleep in a well screened in area.
SUNSCREEN with SPF15 or greater.
Wear clothing that covers arms and legs
Wear a hat that has a brim that protects your face.
Drink plenty of fluids.
Travelers Medical Kit
Prescription medications (in original containers), all current prescriptions you are taking plus any anti-malarial medication prescribed for the trip.
Analgesics (aspirin, acetaminophen/Tylenol, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory/Motrin).
Antihistamine (such as Benadryl)
Pepto-Bismol (or a generic)
Water purification tablets
Tweezers, scissors, safety pins (remember to put scissors in your checked baggage)
First Aid supplies: bandages, adhesives, antibiotic ointment, moleskin for blister, lip balm, aloe vera gel (for burns), wound closure strips, emollient eye drops, sterile dressings, antiseptic wound cleaner
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