Coronavirus and COVID 19 Pandemic

7 Coronavirus Tips India

Last updated on October 20th, 2022 at 07:42 am

Coronavirus tips? We’re living through an unprecedented time right now. It’s hard to keep up with all the news about COVID-19. That’s why we created this list of essential coronavirus tips.

In order to curb the coronavirus from spreading further, it is important for people to not panic and get their facts right about coronavirus, its exact symptoms and the right prevention tips.

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It’s a list of tips and advice, some true, some benign, and some possibly harmful, which have been circulating on Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, and elsewhere. Follow basic protective measures against the new coronavirus. Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the Ministry of Health Website

Coronavirus Tips India

Coronavirus And Covid 19 Pandemic

We must be alert instead of panicking in the wake of coronavirus spread in the country. Each of us must be responsible individually to avoid contact with others.

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  1. Social distancing or self-isolation must be taken seriously

    Social distancing must be taken seriously as it will significantly help in preventing the community spread of coronavirus. We can not test people on a large scale. So many people are undiagnosed because of a lack of sufficient testing kits. This means that we don’t know what is the prevalence of coronavirus in the community.
    This means that the number of cases reported and the actual number of cases is going to be different. Therefore, social distancing is very important. Majority of people infected with COVID-19 are asymptomatic. 80% of the infected people experience only mild symptoms. We presume that people with whom we may come in contact might be infected.

  2. Follow personal hygiene guidelines for coronavirus prevention carefully

    Frequent washing of hands with soap and water must be done several times in a day. Cover your mouth with your elbow or tissue whenever coughing and sneezing. If you are using tissue, then it should be properly discarded. Also, people should consciously make the effort of not touching their face, nose and eyes.

  3. Do not ignore symptoms of dry cough, fever and breathlessness

    People who have flu-like symptoms need not panic. Majority of the times the symptoms caused by coronavirus infection are mild, especially for the first eight days. Self-quarantine first instead of rushing to the hospital. If the symptoms get worse, which usually happens after the eighth day, then go for testing. When coronavirus symptoms worsen, it may lead to very high fever or pneumonia-like symptoms.

  4. Do not panic with symptoms like a sore throat or running nose

    Immediately running to the hospital as soon as you get symptoms like running nose or sore throat, will not serve any purpose. It is important to understand that these symptoms can be caused by many other factors. We have a few kits to test coronavirus currently in the country. If everyone with cough and cold report to COVID-19 helpline, we would be overwhelmed and may not test those who might actually be infected with it.

  5. Avoid going to crowd places

    By now, we are all aware of how important it is to avoid going to gatherings at the moment. Places like gym, malls, cinema halls, markets must be avoided. Avoid travelling unless it is essential.

  6. Be careful with face masks

    Face masks must be used only when one is likely to come in close contact with someone who is infected. Face masks reduce the chance of infection being passed on. If you have been experiencing symptoms or have been tested positive for COVID-19, then wearing masks will protect others. It is important to know that masks are very crucial for health care workers who are looking after coronavirus patients.
    We must not panic and wear mask only when essential. There is no scientific evidence to support that face masks can help in preventing an infection. In fact, taking off a mask and wearing it again makes one touch face multiple times in a day. Stocking up face masks without accurate knowledge of coronavirus infection can be dangerous for the country. Masks cannot help in preventing the public from catching coronavirus.

  7. It is not yet necessary to stock up groceries

    No need to panic and create a stock of groceries. Measures are being taken by authorities to curb the spread of this infection. We must also not be complacent. The next two to three weeks are very important for us. It is important that we all work together to contain the outbreak.

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Tips advised by Dr P. Raghu Ram, President of The Association of Surgeons of India. Given to NDTV

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