The who recommends that the population of the world to follow eight simple rules to protect yourself from viruses
The world health organization advises people all over the world to adhere to eight simple rules that will help to protect not only from the fashion industry, but also from viruses at all. In his new video Dr. Komarovsky more explained the importance of each Council.
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How to protect yourself from coronavirus
1. Wash your hands often with soap and water or use alcohol wipe for the hands. This helps to eliminate the virus if you have it on hand.
2. When coughing and sneezing cover your mouth and nose with the inner side of the hand, bent elbow, or a tissue. When you sneeze or cough in your hand, you can contaminate objects or people, which you then touch. Immediately discard the tissue in a closed trash can and wipe hands with an alcohol tissue or wash with soap and water.
3. Maintain a minimum distance of one metre with other persons, especially those who are coughing, sneezing and who have fever. Because when you cough or sneeze infected with respiratory disease sprayed droplets of saliva and mucus containing the infection. If you’re too close, you can inhale the virus.
4. He touching your eyes, nose or mouth because your hands touch many surfaces where the virus can be. Contaminated hands can transfer the virus from the surface itself.
5. Tell your doctor if you have traveled to any region of China, which reported epidemics, or were in close contact with someone who traveled to China and had symptoms of respiratory disease.
6. If you have mild symptoms of respiratory infection, but no history of travel to China, carefully observe the basic hygiene of the respiratory tract and hands and stay home if possible until recovery.
7. Observe the General hygiene measures when visiting the markets of live animals, wet markets products or products of animal origin. Strictly avoid any contact with other animals outside the home, for example with stray cats and dogs, rodents, birds, bats. Avoid contact with potentially contaminated animal waste or liquids on the soil, designs of shops and objects of the market.
8. Avoid eating raw or thermally of the original animal products. Contact with raw meat, milk or animal organs carefully to avoid cross-contamination in accordance with the rules of food safety.
We will remind that earlier “Today” wrote that, according to Dr. Komarovsky, tests for detection of coronavirus are not effective.
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