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Precautions against Coronavirus you must know about

Precautions against Coronavirus you must know about

Posted By Suborna Fermi Posted on Mar 26, 2020

It is a well-known fact nowadays that Covid-19 has already taken a shape of pandemic all over the world. Already, Coronavirus has claimed a huge number of innocent lives all over the globe. Although started from China, but now it has already started to spread to several corners of the globe.

As per information fetched, there are still not any specific antidotes that are known as a perfect cure for this disease. Although so many chemists and doctors have already involved themselves in necessary experiments, however, all of them have failed to find a genuine cure for wellness. Knowingly, this deadly virus spreads through physical contact. Some of the most mentionable precautions that must be taken are briefly given below.

Preventions that must be taken to avoid Covid 19

  • Always try your best to avoid public gathering as this virus can be transmitted in case of physical attachment.
  • Using a mask can be beneficial because it can prevent the virus from entering your body through droplets.
  • Always wash your hands with alcohol-based sanitizers. Take enough time to wash your hands in a proper manner.
  • Never try to get in touch with any person suffering from a cough or sneeze.
  • Maintain a distance of 1 metre from almost every person while roaming outside.

Besides, you must follow each and every of the instructions given by your local healthcare service provider. On the other hand, you must also take care of yourself and consult any medical specialist as soon as possible in case you feel a cough or sneeze. Staying careful can undoubtedly help you save the life of you and your loved ones. If your business is not vitaly important, try to stay at home most of the time as it can help you and your loved ones stay away from the risks of Covid-19.