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How to prevent corona virus?

At present, there is no vaccine that can prevent coronavirus. However, ways you can avoid the spread of coronavirus are:

  • Wash your hands more often with soap and water, at least 20 seconds.
  • Avoid touching hands, nose, or mouth with hands that have not been washed.
  • Avoid close contact with sick people.
  • Clean items that you frequently touch.
  • Cover your mouth when coughing and sneezing with a tissue and wash your hands immediately.
  • Stay home if you are sick.

In its release, the Indonesian Lung Doctors Association recommends several things to prevent coronavirus infection if you want to travel.

  • Avoid touching animals or birds.
  • Avoid visiting wet markets, farms or live animal markets.
  • Avoid close contact with patients who have symptoms of respiratory tract infections.
  • Comply with food safety instructions and hygiene rules.
  • If you feel that your health is uncomfortable when in an area of ​​epidemics, especially fever or cough, use a mask and seek health services.
  • After returning from the area of ​​plague, consult a doctor if there are symptoms of fever or other symptoms and inform the doctor of travel history and use a mask to prevent transmission of the disease.

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