Coronavirus: WHO Shares 5 Steps To Fight Against Coronavirus, Take Note Of These
Coronavirus: The World Health Organisation has shared various guidelines to fight the spread of coronavirus in different countries. WHO has recently mentioned five steps to kicking out coronavirus. Read here to know these.
Coronavirus: Here are some steps to prevent coronavirus explained by WHO
- WHO shares guidelines to fight against coronavirus
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water
- You can also use a alcohol bases hand rub
Coronavirus is an infectious disease which has affected several countries now. India has also reported more than 450 positive cases. From lockdowns to travel restrictions, the government has implemented various steps to control the spread of coronavirus. Social distancing, quarantine and self-isolation are some basic methods advised to avoid contact with those who are infected. The World Health Organisation has also shared various guidelines to fight the spread of coronavirus in different countries. WHO has recently mentioned five steps to kicking out coronavirus on its official website and appealed individuals to pass this message.
Coronavirus: 5 steps to prevent coronavirus explained by The World Health Organisation
1. Hands- clean your hands
It starts with your hands. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or use an alcohol-based rub. Your hands touch various surfaces throughout the day. It will help you get rid of the virus that might be present on your hands. According to experts, use a hand sanitiser with more than 70% alcohol content. According to WHO, it is simple but very important.
2. Elbow- Cover your nose and mouth
Cover your nose and mouth with a bent elbow or tissue when you sneeze or cough. Dispose the tissue immediately in a closed bin and wash your hands immediately. After sneezing and coughing, do not forget to wash your hands as droplets can spread coronavirus.
3. Face- do not touch your face
Avoid touching your face, particularly eyes, nose and mouth to prevent the virus from entering your body. Your hands touch so many surfaces. Touch any surface with infected droplets on it can quickly transfer the infection. Touching your face will make it easier for the virus to enter inside your body.
4. Distance- Follow social-distancing
According to WHO, in terms of social interaction, take a step back. Stay at least one metre distance from others. Maintaining a social distance will prevent you from inhaling any droplets from an infected person. Quarantine and self-isolation are also effective to prevent you from inhaling infected droplets.
5. Feel- if you experience any symptom stay home
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