Corona Virus: Do’s and Don’ts

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Corona Virus: Do’s and Don’ts. One of the topics discussed in recent times is the Novel Corona Virus. Not everyone is scared and scared to know about it. There is no shortage of misconceptions about this. Over the past few days, I have come up with some clear ideas about the direct work of the Corona virus at the Airport Medical Center. In that thread, I am discussing some of the information needed to create awareness for the novel Corona virus.

People now aware of the Novel Corona virus have more and more ideas. That’s why I wrote less about the role. In fact, I emphasize how to protect myself and my family from the disease. By following a few simple habits, it is very easy to survive –

you need to wash your hands frequently. If possible, wash hands every 2 hours. To say the best, alcohol-based solutions, which are available in the market as hexisol or hexirab, are good for washing hands. If not, you should clean it with good soap or handwash. Wash your hands under the flow of water for at least 20 seconds until the palm, finger space, nails thoroughly rub the wrists. You must wash your hands thoroughly before coming out and eating.

It is very important to use a mask when exiting. If you can use N3 or N3 mask, it is better, However, because they are scarce in our country and since no outbreak of the coronary virus has been reported in the country, I request at least the use of surgical masks. Surgical masks are usually of 3 layers. They are believed to prevent the virus from occurring in the general case. However, research on this is underway. There is no end to the debate. For this reason, it is better to use at least 2 masks at a time when taking extra precautions. And the blue-white side has to be left out, which is very personal. Since there are three layers in both cases, the protection is the same. Usually, the blue side is kept outside. However, keep in mind that the folds that are horizontally placed in the front of the mask are downward. Then the chances of getting stuck in the dust are reduced.

These viruses are generally believed to be inactive for a distance of several meters. For this reason, it is best to keep at least 2 meters distance from the diseased person. And those with symptoms will also have to be kept at a safe distance. While sneezing, you must cover your nose and mouth. If needed, the tissue should be covered with tissue so that it does not spread to the tissue again. And if there is no tissue or handkerchief near the hand, then the elbow of the hand should bend and cover the nose with a fold. It is better not to use the palms of the hands. The palm of the hand is touched everywhere, so if the palm of the hand is taken to the nose or mouth, it is possible to enter the airway from the outside to the air.

The virus is believed to be inactive if it lasts too long in the sun. For this reason, the clothing used from outside should be well dried in sunshine or at high temperatures. People at risk should avoid public places. If there are a fever and a cough, it is necessary to maintain a safe distance (at least 2 meters) from them. Corrosion is avoidable.

The nose should be entered in the market or in the slaughterhouse. The meat bought from the market should be well cooked and cooked. It is better to avoid contact with the animals for a while.

Now as the seasons change, fever-allergic coughs or the common cold, some breathing – these are very casual matters. Therefore, it would be prudent to seek refuge from a doctor without fever, headache, nausea or shortness of breath. If anyone has exposure history or countries or cities where the confirmed coronary virus has been infected, or if you have recently traveled to China, if symptoms occur, the control room at the Institute of Epidemiology Disease Control and Research (ICR) has a hotline by itself.

Hopefully, according to the news reported until this writing, the virus has not been spread in Bangladesh till now. It is best to take appropriate precautions not to spread rumors. Mass hysteria or panic spreads are not desirable for anyone. We are careful about ourselves and make others aware.

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