Because of the coronavirus, safety is more important than ever. Here are some safety measures and precautions you should take will help prevent the spread of the virus.
Stay Home If You Can
- Staying at home will help prevent the spread of the virus to family, friends, and the wider community, especially those who are most at risk clinically. Maintaining a good physical condition and keeping your mind focused is essential.
- Don’t forget to add some physical activity to your daily routine. It will increase your energy levels, help you feel better, strengthen your immune system, and help with sleep. If you do not know what exercise you can do at home there are many YouTube videos to try.
- We understand that this does not happen in every job. Some workers in the manufacturing and other industries are unable to complete their works. For this reason, employers are encouraged to be as flexible as possible to reduce the risk to employees and their families.
Wash your hands
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, washing your hands is the best way to protect yourself and remove all germs and chemicals from your hands.
- Use a 60% alcohol-based hand sanitizer, if soap and water are not readily available, wash your hands before eating, and after sewing or coughing.
- Avoid coughing or sneezing with your hand whenever possible.because contact materials spread germs. Wash hands thoroughly after coughing or stitching otherwise using a tissue, discarding the tissue.
- Social mitigation is the practice of voluntarily and deliberately removing human contact in order to prevent or reduce the spread of COVID-19 infection.
- Keeping a distance of 6 meters from others in public places since respiratory drops produced by coughing or sewing do not exceed 6 meters.
Wear a face mask:
- The virus is spread mainly through tiny droplets that are produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Cover your nose and mouth. Thus it helps to reduce the spread of those germs and those lumps of germs.
- Before touching the mask, clean hands with a rub or hand alcohol-based sanitizer.
- One nice feature of face masks is that they can be easily sewn on. Once washed and dry, the face mask can be put on again, making it a safer way to protect yourself.
- Choose foods such as yogurt, turmeric, natural antiviral foods (tulsi leaves, star anise (spoon), garlic and ginger), vitamins, Vitamin C and Vitamin D (fruits and vegetables such as Amla, Lemon , Orange, etc. Also, egg yolks and mushrooms are a good source of Vitamin D), zinc (pumpkin seeds, chicks, among others) to increase your immunity.
- Practice Meditation, Yogasana, and Pranayama.
The closure is growing in the country and reducing the spread of the virus, it is everyone’s responsibility to take the necessary precautions so that the virus does not spread. You can scale down your prospect of becoming infected or spreading COVID-19 by taking simple precautions.
- Stay at least six meters away from other people because most of the big drops travel just six meters.
- Not leaving home unless needed While small crowds are being witnessed on the streets, such an act can speed up the process of transmission.
- Wash your hands. If soap and water are not available, use a hand-based alcohol-based sanitizer containing at least 60 percent alcohol. Alcohol-based sanitizers can quickly reduce the number of germs on hand in some cases, but sanitizers do not eliminate all germs.
- Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth. When contaminated, hands can transmit the virus to your eyes, nose, or mouth.
- If you have a fever, cough and deadlock breathing, seek medical attention, and call in advance.
- Eat well-cooked food.
- Avoid all forms of unnecessary travel. Many direct COVID-19 positive cases are imported cases, which later spread to the communities.