CoronaVirus (COVID 19) is on the outbreak. IT’s deadly.
It’s contagious, and people are panicking due to numerous fake news surfacing social media.
It can lead to pneumonia and can even lead to death.
There’s no treatment, so PREVENTION must be our TOP PRIORITY.
This blog will help you in understanding all the relevant and accurate facts about the virus.
How does the CoronaVirus Spreads?
The virus might spread from one person to another when the sick person coughs or sneezes and those tiny droplets enter healthy person eyes, mouth or nose.
So, what must be done?
It’s necessary to keep a 2m to 0.5m distance from people who cough, sneeze or are sick.
If maintaining a safe distance isn’t possible for you, then you can wear a mask or give them a mask so that when they sneeze or cough, it doesn’t spread all around them.
In general, since the coronavirus is spreading, it would be a good idea to avoid crowded areas and public places.
The people who are infected from the virus can show no symptoms but are still infections.
However, there are many conditions or situations when a sick person’s Saliva can get on other things such as,
- Lift Buttons
- Digital Devices
- Stair Bannisters, and much more.
Touching these things even by accident and then touching your face might make you fall sick and get infected from the contagious coronavirus.
According to reports, the coronavirus can last for up to 48 hours on objects.
You must know, the ONLY way to get rid of them is to wash them off with soap.
Here are five precautions you must take to save yourself:
- Wash your hands thoroughly with water and soap for at least 20 seconds after touching a suspected contaminated surface.
Tip: You can sing the happy birthday song twice and wash your hands properly. Make sure you wash your hands for 20 seconds.
2. You must, without missing a time cover your cough with a disposable tissue or use mask and discard them immediately in a waste bin.
Tip: Make sure you don’t wear a single mask for more than a day.
3. Avoid public peoples and being around people who are sick.
Tip: You must not share the personal items, food, utensils, cups and towels.
4. You must avoid frequently touching your eyes, nose, and ears.
5. Even if you feel slight sickness, don’t hesitate to seek medical advice.
Tip: Always remember, precaution is better than cure.
This Problem is Serious; make sure you are too.
Stay Safe and share this knowledge (the right one) with your friends and family.
Note: Purchase an effective Face Mask right away.