There is currently no vaccine to prevent Coronavirus (Covid-19) disease. The best way to prevent this disease is to not be exposed to Coronavirus. You must prevent this disease in order not to endanger your health and your loved ones. You need to change your daily habits to avoid the disease. These daily habits can easily prevent the spread of Coronavirus. Here’s what you need to do to stay healthy for yourself and your family.
How to prevent Coronavirus Covid-19 disease
Wash your hands regularly
Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If your hands are not dirty, you should disinfect them. Do this with an alcohol solution that contains at least 70% alcohol. If the hands are clearly dirty, you should wash them with soap and water. If there is a virus on your hands, washing them with soap, water or alcohol can kill the virus.
Observe Breathing Organ hygiene
When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with an elbow or a tissue paper. Immediately place the tissue paper in the trash can. Wash or disinfect your hands with soap and water after fining sneezing or coughing.
Covering the mouth and nose during coughing and sneezing prevents the virus from spreading. If you have a sneeze or cough in your hand, you will infect whatever you touch. So it is best to disinfect your hands so that you do not spread the virus and spread it to others.
Keep your distance from others
Get at least one meter away from others, especially those who cough or sneeze or have a fever. However, note that recent research on the virus has shown that it can be up to three meters in the air. So stay away from the sick as much as you can, especially those who don’t wear masks.
When a person is infected with respiratory diseases such as coronavirus, his cough or sneeze spreads tiny droplets containing the virus. If you are too close to him, the virus may get into your body by breathing. This will make you sick. So it’s best to stay as far away from patients as possible for prevention.
Avoid touching the mouth, nose, and eyes
Hands touch many surfaces anywhere, and these surfaces may be infected with the virus. If you touch your eyes, nose, and mouth with your infected hands, the virus can get into your body. If you touched contaminated surfaces, immediately wipe your hands with disinfectants or wash them with water and detergent. If you touch your face, wash it off immediately with detergent and never put your hand in your mouth.
If you have mild respiratory symptoms, observe hygiene and stay at home
If you have mild respiratory symptoms and have no travel experience in China, carefully observe the hygiene, if possible, stay home. Try to think about your health and strengthen your body and stay as far away from the family as possible. See your doctor if you have an acute problem. During this time, try to use personal items and separate your dishes from other family members and also sleep in a separate room.
Avoid buying live animals
If you need to consume meat, try to avoid buying live animals. Buy meat from reputable stores. If you have to buy live animals, try to observe some health tips. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water when handling animals or animal products. If you do not have access to soap and water, bring your own antiseptic. Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth. prevent contact with diseased animals or perishable animal products. Avoid contact with other animals, including stray cats and dogs, rodents, birds, and bats. Be careful No contact your hands and clothes with animal Stool or liquids such as blood.
Do not use antibiotics arbitrarily
Take antibiotics only with your doctor’s prescription and do not change the amount or type of medication you take. Even if you feel better before taking all the prescribed antibiotics, do not stop taking them and complete the course as prescribed by your doctor.
Do not use home appliances collectively
Plates, cups, cups, spoons and forks, towels, combs, and shaving razors are among the things you recommend not sharing with each other and have one each for yourself. After using each of these appliances, rinse them with water and a liquid detergent. This will prevent the transmission of the disease to another family member if one family member is Patient.
Avoid unnecessary trips
The environment inside a car, subway or other means of transport is small and indoor, and there is a high likelihood of illness in such places. Avoid traveling as much as you can and avoid unnecessary commuting. Staying home will make you less susceptible to illness and keep you and your family healthy and prevent the disease.
Contact your doctor immediately if you have fever, cough or difficulty breathing
In the following situations, be sure to contact your doctor or healthcare provider:
- If you have traveled to an area where the new Coronavirus has been reported
- If you have been in close contact with someone who has returned from one of these areas with respiratory symptoms
- If you are in contact with someone with coronavirus symptoms
- If you have been in contact with someone tested positive their coronavirus
In general, fever, cough, and difficulty breathing may be related to respiratory infections or other serious illnesses, so these symptoms are very important and you should tell your doctor and get health care. Respiratory symptoms and fever can have a variety of causes. Depending on your travel date and circumstances, one of the reasons could be the new Coronavirus.
Anyone with symptoms of the virus should use a mask to prevent the virus from spreading. Health care workers and people who care for patients everywhere (even at home) should wear masks and gloves.
Coronavirus has no specific treatment and no cure to date. Affected people should only be cared for to help relieve symptoms. In more severe cases, it is necessary to go to the hospital for intensive care of the vital organ function.
Avoid raw or half-cooked meats. Meat, milk or other meat products must be prepared in accordance with hygienic processes of food preparation to prevent the transmission of viruses and bacteria from unhealthy foods.