Australia is Witnessing Stage-4 of Coronavirus. What We Should do to Stay Safe?
As Melbourne is on the brink of entertaining stage 4 of deadly Coronavirus, the government is working towards bringing out a cure. As the search for a vaccine continues, simple home remedies such as practicing hygiene, cleaning your home regularly, staying indoors and avoiding crowded places can help you and your family stay safe.
Since, there is no cure discovered for this deadly virus, only taking care of your hygiene, taking balanced and immunity boosting diets can help you stay safe. Here, we are going to share some of the tips that can prevent you from catching this virus.
1. Hand Wash
Regular hand wash for 30 seconds will help you avoid germs or any kind of infection. Use soap or hand sanitizer for better results and do this every time you travel or touch anything. Washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on your hands.
2. Cover Your Mouth & Nose
Covering your mouth and nose while sneezing or when anyone next to coughs or sneezes can do you a lot better. Coronavirus usually spreads through cough and covering your nose and mouth will save you from this epidemic. When you cough or sneeze into your hand, you have the potential of transferring bacteria or viruses onto that hand; those bacteria and viruses can then be spread to other surfaces you touch. So, use a tissue while coughing or sneezing and throw it after use.
3. Consult A Doctor If Sick
If you are suffering from a common cold, cough, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath and fatigue make it a point to consult a doctor at the earliest. Any of these symptoms could be a sign that you are suffering from the virus. Early detection of the virus can save your family members from catching this virus from and also prevent it from getting worse.
4. Stay Indoors
Avoid being in crowded places. An infected person can spread the virus instantly and crowded places is a good way to accomplish this. Make sure you wear full sleeves shirts with anti-pollution masks when you travel. Staying indoors is a rather safe option.
5. Wear a Face Mask
According to a new study by WHO, COVID-19 can spread through air, so, it’s better to wear a mask while going outside and when you come in contact with any person. You can wear any kind of mask like N-95, three-ply disposable mask, homemade mask, etc.
6. Avoid Close Contact with Anyone
Do not get close to anyone no matter what, especially touching or laughing closely. Avoid touching anyone and do not use the same utensils or things used by another. These simple non-touchy ways can do good until the outbreak comes to an end.
8. Do Not Spit
Spitting can significantly add to the spread of the virus. Avoid spitting in/at public and home.
9. Avoid Using Public Transport
Travelling by flight, bus, train, cab, and tramp can get you infected. Use anti-pollution masks and carry a hand sanitizer with you everywhere. Consider travelling by your own vehicle and avoid public transport. In case you are feeling sick, it is advised that you avoid travelling and consult a doctor at the earliest.
10. Don’t Panic, Take It Easy
Most often a state of fear can lead to taking wrong decisions and use of self-medication. All you need to keep in mind is hygiene i.e. regular hand wash, use of anti-pollution masks and consult a doctor if you are sick.
11. Don’t Touch Your Face
Don’t touch your face, nose and mouth often. This reduces the risks of developing the virus. Wash your hands with soap or hand sanitizer thoroughly before you touch your face.
12. Consider Alternatives to Shaking Hands.
Your hands can carry bacteria and viruses. This means that shaking someone’s hand comes with the risk of passing bacteria or viruses on to that person, or vice versa.
Because it’s a respiratory ailment, COVID-19 is spread by droplets expelled from the respiratory system by a sneeze or cough. However, if an infected person coughs or sneezes into his or her hand, there’s a possibility of transmission through hand-to-hand contact as well.
If you do end up in a situation where you’re shaking hands with a number of people, it’s always a good idea to wash your hands afterwards.
13. Clean your home regularly
Dirty home becomes a breeding ground for deadly viruses and bacteria; hence, it is always recommended to clean and sanitize your home on a regular basis. However, in this time of pandemic regular house cleaning and sanitization has become all the more important. Deep cleaning your home and ensuring every nook and cranny is dust, grime, virus and bacteria free is essential to keep your family members safe from COVID-19. If you don’t get much time to clean your house, then a professional cleaning service Melbourne, which offers quality cleaning services Melbourne including deep cleaning, spring cleaning, upholstery cleaning, carpet cleaning can help. You can hire an experienced cleaning service provider to sanitize and clean your home.
Making these small adjustments will go a long way toward helping you avoid a number of common illnesses, not just coronavirus.
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