Corona Crisis: Do's and Don'ts

Coronavirus has already unfolded worldwide. Each country in the world is in a threat. There is increasing concern at home and abroad about the transmission of this particular virus. But what should be your role as a conscious citizen in protecting yourself and your family, your relatives at this time? How can you prevent this virus? The World Health Organization and the Government's respective department are giving some advice to make people aware of this. Let's find out.
Corona Crisis: Do's and Don'ts
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1. Wash hands frequently
Wash hands regularly and thoroughly (for at least 20 seconds). Why? It has been proven that by washing hands thoroughly with soap-water, the virus is wiped out of the hand. Even if you do not see dirt on your hand, you must wash your hands repeatedly. However, especially after touching the sick person, after coughing, before preparing and serving food, after using the toilet, after the animal care.

2. Stay away

During this time, maintain a distance of at least one meter or 3 feet from any cold, cough, or sick person. Why? And like all flu, the disease infects others with tiny droplets of cough or particles. So it is better to stay away from anyone who is coughing. Avoid contact with people who are already infected. Stay away from sick animals.

3. Don't touch your nose and face

With our hands, we touch things all day long. The virus can be taken from that object. So be careful. Never touch the nose or mouth or eyes with unclean hands.

4. Obey the instructions of coughing

Adhere yourself to cough or respiratory hygiene, encourage others too. When coughing or sneezing, cover the nose, mouth with a tissue or with the elbow. Discard the tissue in a safe place to avoid contamination.

5. Stay home if needed

Stay in the room when you are sick, use a mask to cover the nose and mouth, if it is necessary to go out.

6. Be cautious when taking or cooking food

Use separate chopping boards, knives for raw fish and cooked foods.
After catching raw fish or meat, wash your hands thoroughly with hand wash or soap-water. Take baked or well-cooked food. Sick animals cannot be eaten at all.

7. Be careful when travelling

Avoid travelling abroad without urgent need and discourage your near ones from travelling to your country without the need from other countries. Be careful about the important trips.

8.Alert at reception

Don't shake hands with someone and refrain from hugging.

9. Seek help from a health worker

If you feel ill for some reason, have a fever, cough or shortness of breath, pursue help from a nearby health worker immediately. He can play a role in preventing the spread of the virus and ensuring your proper treatment before it is too late.

10. Know the right information

Keep yourself updated to get the right information. Don't listen to rumours. Try to get information from responsible ones or your healthcare professionals or doctors.

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