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I hear there is a flu or something being passed at Disneyland? Is this true? Sorry for asking I was just curious and if it is true, just wanted to inform the rest of my MW friends.
Take a bottle of hand sanitizer and use it all day long! Touching hand rails, doors, seatbelts, counters, money, etc. can pass germs around like crazy! - DisneyDavidEMT 2824.6 #53 11-20-12 9:04AMLike(1)Reply
We had to leave DL , and go back to the hotel because two of our kids got sick. I am up now because a third just started throwing up. Poor kids. We didn't get it at DL though because it started with one of our kids thinking he was carsick, but it never went away. I hear its going around. - 7mouskedoodles 371.6 #659 11-20-12 4:20AMLikeReply
It's everywhere! Be sure to wash hands thoroughly as often as you can to keep the germies away :o) - MomWithAJuiceBoxBuzz 1191.3 #162 11-20-12 5:27AMLikeReply
Whenever you have so many people in one place the chances of picking up a bug increase. Wash, wash, wash your hands often and thoroughly, especially before eating. Using hand sanitizer helps,too. - fvbmermaid 237.8 #1583 11-20-12 6:08AMLikeReply
There's something going around everywhere. The day after we got
Home fr DL I got strep throat and am still fighting it. Like my
Husbands boss so kindly told me "don't like the hand rails" Lol! Just make sure to wash your hands like crazy' - luvmygreenarmyman 576.3 #388 11-20-12 8:23AMLikeReply
I got it Sunday night and it was pretty bad. Didnt leave hotel at all yesterday. - Dizkid 504.8 #461 11-20-12 8:49AMLikeReply
I've gone last year on thanksgiving morning and my son was sick with the stomach flu that night, so it's just the season, happens all the time around this climate change - MarshaMouse 5036.3 #28 11-20-12 8:59AMLikeReply
My son got it bad back in October, and we had to leave early. I will be borderline devastated if he gets it this trip. - LittleAprilShowers 587.7 #379 11-20-12 9:00AMLikeReply
One of our staying healthy tricks is to take antibacterial wipes (love Costco Kirkland brand) with us (everywhere) in a ziploc bag. We wipe down the tables, and any chair parts our hands might touch. - Sugarbuzz 293.1 #1038 11-20-12 9:38AMLikeReply
I get sick at Disneyland every trip from Nov-Feb. I started taking Airborne the whole time I'm there and constantly washing my hands and not picking things up in the stores just to look at them. I will also use hand sanitizer next trip. I also wear gloves when it gets colder. - SueBayou 2019.0 #90 11-20-12 9:43AMLikeReply
Oh, another side note, the antibacterial wipes are great for those staying in hotels. Remember, the people staying before you might have been sick. Wipe down anything they might have touched. Remote control, light switches, table tops, chairs, and on. I "trust" housekeeping, but they are only as good as the products they use, and the amount of time allowed to clean the rooms. - Sugarbuzz 293.1 #1038 11-20-12 9:45AMLikeReply
With a 2 week incubation period, you won't notice until Dec and thru Christmas.😷 - Tomorrowland 103.9 #3649 11-20-12 9:49AMLikeReply