Although many pieces of survival knowledge have limited application during “normal” times, knowing how to setup a sick room is quite useful even today. It helps caregivers by giving them a quiet, isolated area to work in when helping their patient and helps everyone else by keeping infectious substances (and people!) far away from healthy people. If used properly and well-stocked with supplies, a good sick room can do a great deal to prevent the spread of disease while still allowing you to care for the sick properly.
Disclaimer: I don’t work for the CDC, WHO, or any kind of hospital. These are just general care tips, and you should consult with professionals for any kind of specific details on caring for the sick. In particular, be careful with medications and ensure that you follow label directions and the instructions from your doctor regarding dosage. Make…
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