The Haitian diaspora community calls on the authorities concerned and those of the bourgeoisie and the private sector in Haiti to say no to kidnappings. Kidnapping is an unpleasant effect against the development of a country.

 

 

 

 

Look around the Jeremie, the poet city. The Anse du Clerc beach in Abricot/ Haiti. A beautiful place to visit

No to kidnaping in Haiti

COVID-19 continues to affect mainly the people of China, although outbreaks are raging in other countries. Most infected people have mild symptoms and get better, but others may be more severe.

Take care of your health and protect others by following the tips below:

Wash your hands frequently with a hydro alcoholic solution or with soap and water.
Why? Washing your hands with a hydro alcoholic solution or with soap and water will kill the virus if it is on your hands.

TO AVOID CLOSE CONTACT.

Keep a distance of at least 1 meter from other people, especially if they cough, sneeze or have a fever.
Why? When a person infected with a respiratory virus, such as COVID-19, coughs or sneezes, they spray small droplets containing the virus. If you are too close, you can inhale the virus.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

Why? The hands are in contact with many surfaces that may be contaminated with the virus. If you touch your eyes, nose or mouth, you may be in contact with the virus on these surfaces.

​Respect the rules of respiratory hygiene.

Cover your mouth and nose with the crease of your elbow or with a tissue if you cough or sneeze soap.
Why? Covering your mouth and nose with a cough or sneeze helps prevent the spread of viruses and other pathogens.

Stay informed and follow your doctor’s advice.

​Keep up to date with the latest developments regarding COVID-19. Follow the advice of your doctor, national and local health authorities, or your employer on how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
Why? It is the national and local authorities that have the most recent information on the spread or not of COVID-19 in the region where you are. They are in the best position to explain what people in your area should do to protect themselves.

Protective measures for people who are or have recently visited (in the past 14 days) in areas where COVID-19 is spread.

  • Follow the advice presented above.
  • ​If you start to feel sick, even if you only have mild symptoms like headache and a runny nose, stay home until you heal. Why? Avoiding contact with other people and going to health facilities will allow them to function more efficiently and protect you and others from COVID-19 and other viral diseases.
  • If you have a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, see a doctor right away, as it may be a respiratory infection or other serious condition. Call your doctor and let them know if you have recently traveled or been in contact with travelers. Why? If you call them, your doctor can quickly refer you to the most suitable health establishment. It will also protect you and prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other viral diseases.

Albert Bazile Foundation answers.

Avoid shaking hands because of the new coronavirus

Respiratory viruses can be contracted by shaking hands with someone and then touching your eyes, nose or mouth, and remember to blow your nose in the throat. Greet with a wave of the hand or head, or bow. You can always greet someone while avoiding catching the new coronavirus. The safest way to greet each other to prevent COVID-19 is to avoid physical contact.

You can wave with your hand or head, or bow or sew it with your arms.

​Wearing rubber gloves in public places does not prevent infection with the new coronavirus.
Washing your hands regularly protects against COVID-19 better than wearing rubber gloves.
The virus can be on the gloves and there is a risk of contamination if you touch your face with the gloves.

Salvatore albertbazile

Hatian American, the founder of the Albertbazile Foundation. In 2016, he had a national creative idea in International community that focuses on the Health and Education needs of the most vulnerable community, wanting to serve everyone, without distinction, volunteering is a duty.

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Salvatore lbertbazile

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Director of International Affairs

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