Swine Flu interrupts Ramadan
Many Middle-Eastern countries are encroaching the holiday of Ramadan. But many health officials all across the world are asking travelers to be extra cautious in their expeditions. In fact some countries are all together putting their foot down and asking their citizens not to cross country boundary lines if they don't have to.
Festivities will still continue on the home front, but health officials ask that people celebrating limit the amount of celebrating and altogether contact they have with one another. It is so very important to the spread of the swine flu that contact is limited. And although a trip to the Holy land is usually how the holiday is spent, medical experts are making sure that everyone is aware of the risks and dangers of going.