Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Mid-term holiday = H1N1

I ask my housemate whether they want to join me to have some snacks this evening at the cafeteria and they're agree with my suggestion. While waiting for them, Amin come to me and said:

"Hey, didn't you hear any announcement on H1N1?"

"Nope. Why?"

"Fitri told me that HEPA had posted notices all over the college, at the notice board downstairs."

We agreed to there first before going for the bites. As we try searching the notice, Syahrul shows something to me.

"Guys!" I call them. We found it. The points in the notice conclude as below :

  • Anyone with fever MUST go back home today (11th August 2009) or a.s.a.p.
  • Others stay until 13th August 2009 (mid-term holiday)
  • Sabahans and Sarawakians will be placed in a specific hostel block for the whole holiday (14th-22nd August 2009)
I take my mobile phone out of my pocket. We want further information on this matter.

"Oh! They (HEPA) put on the notice because there are 5 positive cases of H1N1 in our place," said my informer.

"And I couldn't stop myself to get back home tonight," add him.

I believe the old geezers didn't announce publicly to the students about the positive cases to avoid panic. But, why must those who caught with fever were asked to go home straight away?

I think those 'old boys' in our administration did not want any FATAL CASES of H1N1 happen in this institute. Stupid old men (if I'm right)!

What about the family of those students with fever, that been asked to get back home straight away? If they are positive, more fatal cases appear!

Oh, yes! I forgot. The reputation is more important than life, here.

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