Coronavirus in India update: Complete care is being done in the country regarding the Coronavirus. In this tweet, PM Narendra Modi has said that the government is completely cautious about the status of COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Coronavirus in India update: Say no to fear, yes to precaution, urges PM Modi
A number of steps have been taken to ensure the safety of all the ministries of the states. The notices for this are quite extensive, covering from visa suspension to increased healthcare capacity.
In such a situation, there is no need to panic. For this, anticipations need to be taken. No minister of the central government will travel overseas in the coming days.
I advise my citizens to avoid unnecessary flying. We can break the chain of corona generation by avoiding large gatherings and ensure the safety of all.
Coronavirus in India update: Coronavirus prevention measures
The World Health Organization (WHO) and several other organizations have organized specific preventive measures to prevent the Coronavirus WHP requested to stay careful for those who come under 6 and over 60 years.
The traditional way of the meeting changed
The French government has changed the traditional way of meeting people (kissing on the cheek and shaking hands) to avoid infection.
Health Minister Olivier Veran had said that any physical activity signified being avoided in the meeting. Recently, a video by German minister Hörst Gehofer refusing to join hands with Angela Merkel went viral.
Focus on personal hygiene
Wash your hands continuously for cleansing. Clean even if the hands are not dirty. If possible, after washing, use a tissue.
Keep your hands on your mouth while sneezing and coughing. Wash your hands five times a day. WHO has asked to take special care of cleanliness to fight the Coronavirus.
For this, the cleanliness and use of sanitizers have been given priority and suggested to wash hands at least five times a day.
Under which circumstances wash hands
- After assembling a sick person.
- After sneezing and coughing.
- After coming out from the house.
- After using the toilet.
- After touching the animals.
- After cooking and after eating.
- If someone coughs or sneezes near you, then breathe in sections for a few seconds.
- Use a tissue or cover with the curve when coughing or sneezing.
- Stay away from sneezing and coughing.
The focus is to keep a distance from those who are sneezing. Symptoms of colds are also due to the Coronavirus. In such a situation, when someone is sneezing around you, move away from it, and try to cover your mouth.
Avoid touching your face.
According to Oxford University researcher Alastair Miles, people should avoid touching their faces repeatedly.
He said do not touch your face, nose, and eyes. They say that if your hands are infected by coming in contact with another infected person, then you can help in getting inside the body by doing so.
Use the pen to touch the button in the lift.
Professor Wang Lin Fa of the Medical School of Singapore says that in such a situation, the lift is the most fatal because many people breathe in the closed lift air and use the button.
He suggests using a pen to press the button in the lift. They have also asked for caution while using the toilet.
Examine the door handle
Professor Gunter Kampf of the University of Greifswald said that the Coronavirus is the fastest spread by repeated use of solid ground. In this case, any area is used by an infected person, and if a healthy person touches it again, it can become infected.
He said that all such items are used during transport, including door handles. They should be avoided, or precautions should be taken at the time of use.
Coronavirus in India update: Keep the room temperature higher.
To prevent coronavirus infection, keep your room temperature above 30 degrees Celsius. This makes the virus less susceptible to infection. Several scientists, including US President Donald Trump, have said that the coronavirus outbreak will reduce by the summer.
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