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SPREAD OF

INFECTION

SPREAD OF INFECTION
Source of Infection
There needs to be someone or
something carrying the bad
microbes that cause the infection
There are many sources of
infection, these can include
People already infected
Pets
Unclean
surfaces
(door
handles, keyboards, toilets,
etc)

1. SPREAD OF INFECTION
RESPIRATORY HYGIENE
The most common mode of spreading infection is
through aerosol, such as coughs and sneezes, not
only aerosol but also direct route ( touching,
kissing, dirty hands, sharing toothbrushes, cups)
and by eating contaminated food can be spread of
infection.

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SYMPTOMS :
Colds and flu are the most
common illnessnes in every
season. All of us can get
colds and flu at dry season
but the most of us can get
this illness at rainy seasons.
Colds and Flu are caused by
Viruses and, as such cant
be treated with antibiotics

1.HEADACHE
2.SORE THROAT
3.FEVER
4.RUNNY NOSES
5.SNEEZ

Recommen :
Usually, you
can take a
bed rest and
drinking
plenty of
fluids.

Sneezing is a way in
which our body tries
to get rid of any
harmfulmicrobes
and dust we might

2. SPREAD OF INFECTION
FOOD HYGIENE
Harmful Microbes
found in food can
lead to food
poisoning, which
can be dangerous
and could even
kill though this
is rare

SYMPTOMS :
1.Cans last for days
2.Pains of Stomach
3.Diarrhoea
4.Vomiting
5.Nausea
6.Fever

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Prevent Food Poisoning and
Delay Food Spoilage
In Warm place : at
temperatures above 70C
In Cooler : at temperatures
below 5C

3. SPREAD OF INFECTION
FARM HYGIENE
The farm environment is
a place of fun and
education for people of
all ages. It is essential
however, to be aware of
microbes associated with
the farm environment,
some of which can be
harmful to human, to
ensure that farm visits
are enjoyable and safe

The Examples of
some
of
the
bacteria :
1.Salmonella
2.E. coli
3.Campylobacter
They can be cause of
infection for all ages, but
the symptoms can be
particularly serious for
young children

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SYMPTOMS
1. DIARRHOEA
2. VOMITING
3. LEAD TO DEATH IN VERY
SEVERE CACES

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1. Washing hands with soap and water after contact with animals and before
eating and drinking (alcohol gel or hands wipes will not remove these
microbes effectively)
2. Avoid kissing or putting your face close to animals face ; avoid putiing
your own hands near your face ot in your mouth.
3. Only eating in the designated picnic areas / caf facilities.
4. Not eating anything whils walking around the farm or anything that has
dropped on the floor.
5. Washing soiled footwear thoroughly and then washing your hands
thoroughly with soap an water