Search This Blog

Monday, June 1, 2009

Down

Just got back from Seoul.

There's AH1N1 there. But more in Japan though.

As we passed immigration, all of us were given yellow cards. With instructions on where to go, what number to call - in case we start feeling weird.

I'm closely looking at it now. Should I call, should I not.

I got home early from work. I started having slight fever this morning. I needed to rest. I am crossing my fingers it aint that bad.


P.S.

I woke up feeling a little better today. I guess I'll be fine.

13 comments:

Turismoboi said...

hope ur ok

The Gasoline Dude said...

Uy ano 'yan? Patingin ka na! Ano pala ginawa mo sa Seoul?

abe mulong caracas said...

bro ano ang trabaho mo? are you working for a newspaper?

Yodz said...

whew, scary eh..

the donG said...

hoping it's nothing serious or worst h1n1. ingat lang.

Anonymous said...

please take care... i really care

Tami said...

Get well soon, Aryo!

jed said...

kuya, always take your vitamins! it'll keep you upbeat!

Rico said...

Scary! I hope your doing much better.

r-yo said...

thanks guys. just came back from a visit to the doc. fever's down but was told to monitor it. resting now.

r-yo said...

gasdude/abe: i was in seoul for business. i work for a bank and my areas of operation is japan and korea.

BlogusVox said...

Hope its just fatigue from travel. 10 days ang incubating period of this virus. If you're well after that, ordinary flu lang yan. In all cases, it's better to make sure and do all the necessary prevention. Mahirap mag-kasakit sa ibang bayan.

Josh of Arabia said...

hi. glad to be here again.

i longtime dream of seoul!..txs for reminding me to make it there someday.

kind regards ryo :D