How to Survive the Ebola Outbreak at the U.S. Capitol
Here are some of the tips you can use to survive the outbreak at the United States Capitol: 1.
Avoid the crowds, even in small groups.
Avoid crowds and get out of the way of people who have not yet recovered.
Stay inside your vehicle.
Make sure to get away from crowds if possible.
Bring a hand-held flashlight.
Keep a journal.
Keep track of everything that happened inside and outside the building.
Make a list of everything you need to bring with you.
You can use it to plan a safe trip.
Get a fever test.
Ask your health care provider to test you if you are at high risk for Ebola, and ask for a sample if you have symptoms.
Take a selfie or video with the Ebola virus.
Wear a mask.
Wear long-sleeved shirts and pants, loose-fitting clothing, and long sleeves.
Use a hat to cover your mouth.
Wear sunscreen, a hat, goggles, and sunglasses.
Stay away from the elevators.
Make an exit.
If you need help or need to go to the restroom, use the elevator doors.
If someone gets sick, stay with your friends and family.
If possible, stay together.
Stay in your vehicle until the outbreak is over.
Make arrangements to have a local shelter or community center available to you.
Get help if you need it.
Contact your health insurance provider if you or a family member is concerned about your health.