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PROTECTIVE EBOLA SUIT October 26, 2014

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CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A PDF COPY OF THE PROTECTIVE EBOLA SUIT

The protective ebola suit illustrates the complete and full body coverage that is necessary to reduce the risk of infection by the Ebola Virus. The labels provide the name and function of each piece and how it is to be worn. The common factor seems to be that each piece of the suit is….waterproof.

The average citizen in a country is not likely to afford a Protective Ebola Suit or a Hazmat (Hazardous Material) Suit. These suits are typically provided to medical personnel by the authorities. Yet each citizen needs to think how best to strategically protect self and family and loved ones.  It may be helpful to ponder the question below and follow through to have these items handy in an emergency kit.

Q: What waterproof item can I think of to substitute for each piece of the Protective Ebola Suit to offer full protection to me and my family members?

Why not check out the story of Fatu Kekula and be inspired?

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/09/25/health/ebola-fatu-family

 

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