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Tetanòs 2 PSA (:30) (Tetanus 2)


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Haitian Creole:

Tetanòs

Byenke li pa fasil pou jwenn dlo, lè men w yo pwòp sa ka sove lavi w. Mouye men w yo, lèfini fwote yo byen fò ansanm pandan 15 a 20 segonn avèk savon, sab, oswa sann bwa. Rense men w. Lave yo leplisouvan ke posib epi evite manyen bouch ou, nen w ak zye w pou anpeche maladi pwopaje.

English Translation:

Tetanus

Even though water is scarce, clean hands save lives. Wet hands then rub hands vigorously together for 15-20 seconds with soap, sand or wood ash. Rinse your hands. Wash as often as possible and avoid touching your mouth, nose and eyes to help prevent the spread of disease.

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