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What precautions can I take to reduce the risk of getting a disease?

  • Avoid contact with blood, body fluids and soiled objects
  • Use CPR breathing barriers and disposable gloves
  • Do not eat, drink or touch your mouth, nose or eyes until you wash your hands

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