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By Anonymous - / Monday 14 November 2016 03:35 /
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The last part sounds like you drank contaminated water, to be frank. I don't know what you are working as, so I would hope you had some sort of training about how to decontaminate water- but the fact you caught something makes me doubt that you did.

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The last part sounds like you drank contaminated water, to be frank. I don't know what you are working as, so I would hope you had some sort of training about how to decontaminate water- but the fact you caught something makes me doubt that you did.

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Just to keep the from happening to anyone that reads this, purifying water instructions: Make sure your containers are clean- and that the storage containers are air tight and as close to sterile as possible. If the water has visible particles, strain them out either by buying filter or making your own. Purification tablets are more expensive, but more convenient in regards to time and space. Instructions vary depending on brand and strength, so make sure to read them. Keep in mind that they

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Or they caught it from another passenger or contaminated surface on the plane. My husband brought home a norovirus that way, same symptoms and incubation period, and no contaminated water required. I got it too within 24 hours and I'd been home the whole time. You don't always have to do something dumb to get sick.

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Even if they didn't get it from the water, it'd be better to take steps to decontaminate their water unless they know 100% for certain that it wasn't the cause. Especially since there are now two immunocompromised small children that are losing water.

did you fill out a missing bags claim? this would help the airlines contact you if your bag shows up somewhere? hopefully you put some sort of identifying of ownership marker on the luggage? Also since you flew in 1800 km, there is a chance you used different airlines in the process. it would be the airlines of the last leg of your trip that is responsible for the luggage. this is important in case you want to pursue compensation of the list luggage. In the United States, at the bare minimum, yo

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I'm gonna go out on a limb and say if OP agreed to fly such a distance away, they probably know how to handle it if something goes wrong. I'm sure they have already thought of everything you just mentioned.

I couldn't fix that giant mess of a paragraph even if I wanted to. I tried to three times. It undid the little improvement I did the last time I tried (and failed to fix it). Did even freaking let me reply to say 'my bad' in reply format after the time ran out. It kept opening it like I could edit it - the tease! And seriously,.what is up with the pointless block of text on top, telling me what I wrote and also blocking the editable version of the same thing - what I wrote? so frustrated. ugh.

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