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Illustrated poster with pictures of handwashing and staying home when sick

Poster: Stop Germs, Stop Flu!

Author(s): King County Health Dept.
Date: January 1, 2008
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): Flu
This poster discusses washing your hands, staying home when stick, and covering coughs and sneezes in order to prevent the spread of germs. It also discusses flu symptoms (cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills, diarrhea, and vomiting) and what to do if you are sick (stay home, drink plenty of fluids, and get rest).

Tip Sheet: Carbon Monoxide Safety During a Power Outage

Author(s): Seattle Office of Emergency Management
Date: August 20, 2007
Topic(s): Housing, Safety
Subtopic(s): Emergency Preparedness
This multilingual resource, developed by the Seattle Office of Emergency Management, can be shared with clients to support with emergency preparedness. It covers the following information regarding carbon monoxide safety during a power outage: If you do not have electricity, prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.  ONLY use a generator outside and away from open windows and …

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Two people talking

Guide: Please Repair – An Illustrated Guide

Author(s): Mercy Housing
Date: October 20, 2006
Topic(s): Housing
Subtopic(s): Housing Orientation, Landlords
Renters and landlords need to effectively communicate about repairs! This illustrated housing repair guide aims to help refugees and other renters with limited English communicate repair requests in a way that is understood by property managers. It is designed to be printed double-sided, except the “Report Immediately” page which should be printed single-sided and on …

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