Swine flu isn’t the end of the world

Editor, Swine flu shouldn’t give everyone a shock despite the rise in the numbers of cases. What is required to control the outbreak is a cautious approach to the problem. There shouldn’t be a panic countrywide but rather keen understanding of the nature of the problem they are facing.
Health Minister Dr. Richard Sezibera says Swine Flu is contained in the country.
Health Minister Dr. Richard Sezibera says Swine Flu is contained in the country.

Editor,

Swine flu shouldn’t give everyone a shock despite the rise in the numbers of cases. What is required to control the outbreak is a cautious approach to the problem. There shouldn’t be a panic countrywide but rather keen understanding of the nature of the problem they are facing.

So people must stop making public outcries that distract the population from the progress the Health Ministry is making in sensitizing the population on how to prevent the spread of the virus.

People need to understand that problems aren’t solved by alarmist reports but by the systematic awareness of the problem. Doing so puts the issues out of context and exaggerates them- causing mass hysteria.

When a problem suddenly breaks   people should keep their feet on the ground instead of getting carried away with speculations instead of actually countering the issue directly.

Medard Kimanuka
Kicukiro

 

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