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Murid diharuskan tiba pukul 6.45; sekolah berlangsung hingga sore dengan beberapa kali jam istirahat. Hal ini bisa turut menjelaskan mengapa waktu sarapan begitu sering dilewatkan. (...) “Sekolah selesai pukul 4 sore. Kalau saya ke gym , saya baru sampai rumah lagi pukul 6 sore.
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Score: 1120654.6 - https://www.unicef.org/indones...-pola-makan-sehat-di-indonesia
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The symptoms commonly observed include fever, painful sores in the mouth, and a rash with blisters on hands, feet and also buttocks. (...) The disease usually begins with fever, poor appetite, malaise, and frequently with a sore throat. One or two days after fever onset, painful sores develop in the mouth.
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Score: 1120654.6 - https://www.who.int/australia/...isease-in-cambodia-8-july-2012
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The symptoms commonly observed include fever, painful sores in the mouth, and a rash with blisters on hands, feet and also buttocks. (...) The disease usually begins with fever, poor appetite, malaise, and frequently with a sore throat. One or two days after fever onset, painful sores develop in the mouth.
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Score: 1120654.6 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...isease-in-cambodia-8-july-2012
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The symptoms commonly observed include fever, painful sores in the mouth, and a rash with blisters on hands, feet and also buttocks. (...) The disease usually begins with fever, poor appetite, malaise, and frequently with a sore throat. One or two days after fever onset, painful sores develop in the mouth.
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Score: 1120654.6 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...isease-in-cambodia-8-july-2012
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The symptoms commonly observed include fever, painful sores in the mouth, and a rash with blisters on hands, feet and also buttocks. (...) The disease usually begins with fever, poor appetite, malaise, and frequently with a sore throat. One or two days after fever onset, painful sores develop in the mouth.
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Score: 1120654.6 - https://www.who.int/republicof...isease-in-cambodia-8-july-2012
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The program equipped healthcare providers with posters and pamphlets to communicate better with patients and white light illuminators in lieu of flashlights to improve the diagnosis of sore throat. Sharing the names of healthcare providers committing to the pilot along with the treatment guidelines helped to encourage greater local participation by others. (...) The first stage of the ASU project resulted in impressive declines in antibiotic prescription rates in hospitals (decreases ranging between 18% and 23%) and in primary health centers (decreases between 39% and 46%) (3).
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Score: 1101587.3 - https://www.who.int/alliance-h...r/resources/FR_Ch5_Annex3a.pdf
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Significant presenting features were a tonsillar patch, sore throat, respiratory distress and fever. All patients were treated with anti-diphtheritic serum and intravenous antibiotics. (...) This led to a marked decrease in the incidence of diphtheria. There was also a decrease in circulating toxigenic Corynebacterium diphtheriae organisms, resulting in less natural boosting of antibody levels.
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Score: 1101587.3 - https://www.who.int/immunizati...phtheria_Nov_12_2005_final.pdf
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. • Stay at home if you have any of the following: cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, mild cough, increase (up to 38 ° C) or fever. • Stay at home if someone in your house has a fever (from 38 ° C) and / or shortness of breath. • Immediately upon arrival, take an intake with the customer, in which health rules are discussed and the health of the customer is asked. • Have the customer wash their hands immediately after arrival. • Have employees with customer contact measure their temperature at home every morning (so that the safety of customers and other employees is guaranteed). • Ventilate your salon well. (...) For every worker in the salon: • Stay home and sick if you have any of the following: cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, mild cough, increase (up to 38 ° C) or fever. • Stay at home if someone in your house has a fever (from 38 ° C) and / or shortness of breath • Wash hands every hour, but before and after each customer's treatment with soap from a pump bottle and water and use hand gel from an alcohol-based pump bottle. • Cough and sneeze inside the elbow. • Use paper tissues or tissues. (...) An underage child and people who need guidance due to a disability may be accompanied by one adult to the salon. • Stay at home if you have any of the following: cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, mild cough, increase (up to 38 ° C) or fever. • Stay at home if someone in your house has a fever (from 38 ° C) and / or shortness of breath. • Wash your hands immediately upon entering the salon. • Wearing a medical mask is not mandatory according to government decree. • Always follow the directions of the personnel. • Pay as much as possible contactless (pin or mobile).
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Score: 1089600.3 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_745690.pdf
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Infection can lead to recurring, often painful, genital sores in up to a third of people infected. Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) is mainly transmitted by oral to oral contact to cause oral herpes infection – sometimes leading to painful sores in or around the mouth (“cold sores”).
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Score: 1089600.3 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...s-worldwide-living-with-herpes
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. • Stay at home if you have any of the following: cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, mild cough, increase (up to 38 ° C) or fever. • Stay at home if someone in your house has a fever (from 38 ° C) and / or shortness of breath. • Immediately upon arrival, take an intake with the customer, in which health rules are discussed and the health of the customer is asked. • Have the customer wash their hands immediately after arrival. • Have employees with customer contact measure their temperature at home every morning (so that the safety of customers and other employees is guaranteed). • Ventilate your salon well. (...) For every worker in the salon: • Stay home and sick if you have any of the following: cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, mild cough, increase (up to 38 ° C) or fever. • Stay at home if someone in your house has a fever (from 38 ° C) and / or shortness of breath • Wash hands every hour, but before and after each customer's treatment with soap from a pump bottle and water and use hand gel from an alcohol-based pump bottle. • Cough and sneeze inside the elbow. • Use paper tissues or tissues. (...) An underage child and people who need guidance due to a disability may be accompanied by one adult to the salon. • Stay at home if you have any of the following: cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, mild cough, increase (up to 38 ° C) or fever. • Stay at home if someone in your house has a fever (from 38 ° C) and / or shortness of breath. • Wash your hands immediately upon entering the salon. • Wearing a medical mask is not mandatory according to government decree. • Always follow the directions of the personnel. • Pay as much as possible contactless (pin or mobile).
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Score: 1089600.3 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_745690.pdf
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