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Top 5 precautions safety tips to avoid Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak (Latest Trending News)

By: SG Admin on March 20, 2020

Top 5 precautions and safety tips to avoid Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak 

In the critical times of Coronavirus outbreak in the whole world, everyone is fighting with the fears and this high alert time to get saved from the death call.

Entertainment news Website is bringing you the safety precautions and protective measures against this deadly Coronavirus*

Precaution 1: (Most Important) Maintain social distancing and stay inside home

At least maintain one meter distance from other people who is coughing sneezing or has symptoms of Novel Coronavirus.

Stay inside your home as far as possible and avoid partying and hanging out in crowded places.

Precaution 2: Wash Your Hands

Regularly and thoroughly wash or sanitize your hands with an alcohol based hand rub or soap and water as it kills viruses that maybe in your hands.

Precaution 3: Do avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth

As your hands touch many surfaces and can easily pick up the virus, hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose and mouth and through which the virus can easily enter your body.

Precaution 4: Maintain respiratory hygiene

Where Coronavirus is a infectious disease and is easily spreading worldwide, make sure you and the people around you follow good respiratory hygience.

By covering your mouths and nose with mask or covering them with your bent elbow or tissue paper when you cough or sneeze can lessen the risk of virus attack.

Precaution 5: Early medical care if symptoms occur

What is more critical is that the novel Coronavirus is incurable which makes it more important for all of us to take precautions and stay safe and keep safe.

Meanwhile if you somehow feel unwell or catch a fever, cough or difficulty in breathing, seek medical care as soon as possible and follow the directions of your local health authority.


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