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Look after your tummy


There is a lower risk of getting the winter vomiting virus if you are on holiday during the winter. But as you know, there is a risk of suffering other stomach complaints when you’re abroad. Most people infected by bacteria such as salmonella, EHEC, shigella or campylobacter are infected abroad.

   Do your best to avoid spending your holiday on the toilet:  
   • Make sure that water and ice come from a purified water source i.e. bottled water. Ice should come from ice machines that use purified water; most of these small bugs can survive sub-zero temperatures.
   • Wash and peel fruit before eating (make sure the water is clean too).
   • Watch out for ice creams.
   • Avoid shellfish if you can or if you aren’t sure if it is properly cooked, as this can easily lead to stomach problems. 
   • A simple and tested method is to see if a restaurant is well-frequented. If it is, it will hopefully give you an indication that the restaurant is careful with its hygiene and cooking. A popular restaurant is often a good one.
   • Wash your hands frequently and use a hand sanitizer, especially before eating. Remember that children’s hands get everywhere and may bring bacteria to the table.

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