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During flu season, influenza is a serious health concern in restaurants. You work closely with others frequently, which means germs and bacteria can spread
easily from person to person. If you work directly with patrons, your job is even more high risk during flu season as they may not observe the same hygienic practices as our staff. 
The best strategy for reducing your risk of becoming ill with a virus is when working in a crowded setting is to observe good hygiene and distancing
precautions, such as the following: * Stay home from your shift when you have a fever or other flue symptoms. * Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds or use a hand sanitizer ( if soap and water are not available). * Avoid touching your nose, mouth and eyes. * cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue. Then, dispose of the tissue in a no-touch trash bin. * Wash your hands or use a hand sanitizer after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose. *Avoid close contact with co-workers and customers ( stay six feet away whenever possible ) * Avoid shaking hands and always wash your hands after physical contact with others. * Keep frequently touched surfaces such as cash registers, order touch screens, computer keyboards, countertops, etc. clean. *Try not to use other staffers' personal items, cook tools, etc.
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