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The world is no longer in phase 6 pandemic alert, and we now enter the post-pandemic period. By far, the path of the new H1N1 virus has been exhausted. The Committee has based its assessment on the world situation and reports of several countries that are currently affected by the flu. I fully agree with the guidelines of the Committee. That we are entering the post-pandemic period does not mean that H1N1 virus is gone. Based on the experience of previous pandemics, we anticipate that the H1N1 virus will behave like a seasonal flu virus and will continue circulating for several years. (More . . . ). Clean and disinfect, hopefully several times a day, handsets, especially those that are used by the public or by several people. Keep liquid soap, toilet paper and paper towels in the bathrooms. These products can also be placed at entrances to areas previously established such as plants, offices or other. Creation or operation of a job continuity plan: A tool that helps the processes that are considered critical in the company, continue to work with an extraordinary situation with the least possible impact on the productivity of the company. Identify the degree of risk faced by your company or institution and type of personnel who are exposed to greater risk of contracting the disease. Risk groups: pregnant women, chronically ill, children under two years, immunological diseases, neurological diseases, cardiovascular (except hypertension), renal disease, hepatic, hematological, and diabetes mellitus, immunocompromised (HIV or therapy); person under 19 years in therapy prolonged aspirin. . . .