Cyprus Makes Swine Flu Plans
A Health and Safety Official from the Island of Cyprus have said that their schools have been provided with information on how to deal with a the impending threat of the swine flu pandemic.
The head of the Education of Health Ministry said they have been working closely with the country's department of education to come up with documentation that will inform students and their parents of what to do in the event an outbreak does persist.
Among education officers, the government has also added the implementation of canteen operators who will be fully informed and given instructions on how to upkeep good hygiene habits.
The Ministry of Health also strongly made the case, that closing down schools would not be necessary unless dire circumstances persist.