SARS-CoV-2: Dos and Don'ts

Posted by: Career Guide
Viruses are not common, they make a natural arrangement for the living world. Sadly, sometimes the virus goes inside our body system and make us sick and causes diseases. Of all viral diseases, communicable diseases are the most dangerous and have the potential to affect the entire life. Virologists are the right authority to speak around and about the virus and viral diseases.
Needless to say, I am talking about Coronavirus. Everyone is under fear, there is huge panic; rumors are plenty. But there is no proven medicine available yet. However, until biologists are working we don't need to panic. Coronavirus may go from one person to another but with little care together we can make a difference. One by one, all countries are going under lockdown to prevent the virus from spreading. We need to prevent us, so here are some tips.


>Do not believe in any kind of rumors, WHO is the right authority to speak about Coronavirus. Keep checking for all the latest updates.
>Do not go out.
>Avoid crowded places
>Do not panic.
>Do not overstock daily essentials.
>Do not touch your eyes, nose, and mouth of bare hands.
>Do not spread false information.
>Avoid public transport.
>Do not hate people suffering from Coronavirus. They are one from us.


>If you go out, keep a distance from other persons, a minimum of 6 ft.
>Put a clean handkerchief to cover your nose and mouth.
>Specs on the eyes will be good. If you don't wear often, get some on a low budget.
>Wash your hands every time before you need to touch your face or T area.
>Sneeze or cough on your elbow bent.
>If you are feeling sick, have a  high fever, dry cough or diarrhea or maybe a couple of these please call to >Coronavirus Helpline. Let the health professionals decide what's best for you.
>Help people in need whatever way you can. Smallest of help make bigger differences. 

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