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•Information for people entering and exiting evacuation centres (volunteers etc.)
Living in evacuation centres can be tough. There is not much space to sleep, it is difficult to keep the air fresh, there is a lack of water to wash/gargle, there not enough face masks to go around, and it is generally difficulty to keep clean. It is very important not to bring in viruses and bacteria from outside the evacuation centre. It is vital that people coming and going from evacuation centres (volunteers etc.) maintain their health, wear face masks, and make every effort to not bring in bacteria from outside.
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