How To Protect Yourself From Coronavirus

Protect Yourself From Coronavirus

January 29th, 2020   |   Updated on June 30th, 2022

Coronavirus is the recent virus that has started its origin in China and very soon the virus will also make its presence felt in other countries. Scientists are still finding out about this virus and they are not sure about what should one do with this virus.

Any vaccine which is resistant to this virus is still not known to experts. And thus the spread of this virus can cause dire consequences to humanity. It is advisable to protect yourself regularly in order to manage the spread of this virus.

This way you can save yourself as well as others from coronavirus. All the best and keep yourself protected from coronavirus.

It is compulsory to wash hands with both soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds. And hands must be washed during, before or after the food is prepared and consumed both.

Protect Yourself From Coronavirus

Eyes, nose, and mouth are some of the most common modes of transmission of any virus. And thus the same should not be touched without washing your hands.

Maintain a distance from sick people. Always wear masks and gloves in case you are close to them. and in case you are responsible to take care of such people, then wash and disinfect your hands thoroughly.

In case you are feeling sick or have flu-like symptoms, then it is best to stay indoors. You are doing a great favour to your friends and colleagues this way. Avoid close contact with anyone including your family members when you are sick.

Always keep your mouth and nose covered while sneezing with a tissue. And then immediately discard the tissue and wash your hands.

Regularly clean and sanitize the place or things that people touch regularly.

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