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How to protect yourself against COVID-19 (Coronavirus)


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How to protect yourself against COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Awareness is the best way to protect yourself against the Coronavirus (COVID 19). Here are 9 tips on how to protect yourself from Coronavirus along with the latest guidelines on the disease.

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NBC News’ Dr. John Torres breaks down what you need to know to stay safe as the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread around the world.
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The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The Expert Body on Coronavirus has released guidance for General Public and healthcare professionals on the symptoms of the virus.

What Signs and Symptoms should you look out for
A person could be at risk if they have any or all of the Following:
Fever and symptoms of lower respiratory illness, such as coughing or difficulty breathing, after travelling to Wuhan or having close contact with someone who was ill and is now under investigation for the virus in the past two weeks.
Fever or symptoms of lower respiratory illness after having close contact in the past two weeks with someone who's been confirmed to have the virus.
The CDC defined close contact as being within about 6 feet (1.8 m) or within the room or care area of a person with the coronavirus for a prolonged period without appropriate protective clothing, or having direct contact with infectious secretions of a person with the virus without protective clothing.

Which People should be Extra Careful:
Coronaviruses are particularly dangerous for people who have weaker immune systems, like young children and older adults

How to protect yourself
To protect yourself from the virus:
Try to avoid contact with people who display symptoms similar to those of pneumonia or the common cold, like coughing or a runny nose.
Don't touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
Wash your hands frequently with soap and water, and scrub for at least 20 seconds.
Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer when possible.
Avoid animals and animal markets.
The only current treatment for Coronavirus being offered is Supportive in Nature. If you notice any of these signs and Symptoms please contact your nearest Professional Healthcare setup. Share this video to help spread this information to those you love.

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COVID-19 is a disease caused by a new coronavirus that was identified in China. It is thought to spread from person to person when people are close together, and through droplets produced when a sick person coughs or sneezes.

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Currently, there is no treatment for COVID-19. The best way to keep yourself from getting sick is to avoid being exposed to the virus. One way to protect yourself is to clean your hands often. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least twenty seconds. If soap and water aren’t available, use a hand sanitizer. It should contain at least sixty percent alcohol. Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands. Another way to protect yourself is to avoid close contact with other people. This includes avoiding contact with sick people. And, put distance between yourself and others by staying home as much as possible. If you have to go out, aim to keep a minimum of six feet between yourself and others when possible. For more information, visit the website for the Centers for Disease Control.


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COV-Ed: How to protect yourself and others against the spread of Coronavirus.

Coronavirus, the virus responsible for causing COVID19, is spread through liquid droplets. Watch this video to find out how this can happen, and what we can do to protect ourselves and our loved ones. As we work as a community to reduce the spread of Coronavirus, taking these precautions continues to be of utmost importance.

1. Cough or sneeze into your elbow.
2. If you’re sick, stay at home.
3. Physical Distancing: BC Centre for Disease Control recommends keeping a 2+ metre distance from others in public.
4. You may wear a non-medical mask in public spaces, in addition to other prevention strategies like physical distancing. Since you can be infected and have little or no symptoms, mask wearing could help prevent spread. If you wear a mask, wear it right. Don’t touch the front, wash your hands before putting it on or taking it off, and clean it after use.
5. Routinely clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces.
6. Avoid touching your face.
7. Regularly wash your hands with soap and water (or alcohol based rub if not visibly dirty) for 20 seconds.
8. Lastly, stay home as much as possible!

Let’s keep our community safe and healthy!
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People should be washing their hands for 20 seconds to protect themselves from the virus known as Covid-19. That's according to Public Health England.

The UK government is still working to contain the outbreak but the prime minister has warned that it's highly likely the UK will see further infection.

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People should be washing their hands for 20 seconds to protect themselves from the virus known as Covid-19. That's according to Public Health England.

The UK government is still working to contain the outbreak but the prime minister has warned that it's highly likely the UK will see further infection.

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Living in the era of COVID-19 can be scary, and there is a lot of misinformation out there. Here are 10 tips to stay safe and manage your healthcare during this pandemic.
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6. Don’t ignore your own symptoms
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5 ways to protect yourself and others from COVID-19

With the Coronavirus pandemic affecting communities all over the world, it is important to keep yourself safe no matter where you are. Follow these five simple steps to help protect yourself and others from COVID-19:

1. Clean high touched surfaces regularly
2. Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands
3. Cough or sneeze into your elbow, tissue or mask
4. Wash or sanitize your hands often
5. Keep two meters away from other people wherever possible, and always wear a mask wherever this is unavoidable.
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Only washing your hands will not reduce your chances of contracting or spreading the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Practicing all guidelines will reduce the risk and help keep yourself healthy, as well as those around you.


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Practicing hand hygiene, correct cough etiquette, physical distancing and knowing your symptoms are among the main ways people can protect themselves from COVID-19. The creators of the Mr Bean animated character are lending their support to the World Health Organization to raise awareness on these simple yet essential measures to prevent infection from the new virus.

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How to protect yourself from the new coronavirus strains

There are now several troubling variants of the coronavirus circulating, and a few seem to make the virus more contagious. One variant , the United Kingdom strain, is also more likely to make people sick or to kill them. The CDC believes that strain will become dominant in the U.S. as soon as March. William Brangham reports on what experts say about avoiding exposure.

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