Skip to main content

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.


Popular posts from this blog

Cold Urticaria

Overview Cold allergy or in medical terms called cold urticaria is the reaction of the skin to cold which causes itching to appear and the skin becomes reddish in color. The severity of cold allergy symptoms that appear on each person is different. Some people can lose consciousness, experience very low blood pressure, and even the worst can cause death. Ages are the age most often affected by cold allergies, but usually will disappear completely within a few years. Symptoms Usually cold allergy symptoms appear when the skin is exposed to cold water or cold weather (below 4 degrees Celsius). Cold allergies are also more at risk of appearing in conditions that are windy and damp. The following are some cold allergy symptoms that can occur. Hands feel swollen when holding cold objects. Itchy lesions appear on the area of ​​the skin exposed to cold air. The lips and throat feel swollen when eating cold food or drinks. Reddish skin. Allergic reactions are usually most seve

COVID-19 (coronavirus) Quarantine, Self-Isolation and Social Distancing

COVID-19 (coronavirus) quarantine, self-isolation and social distancing Learn the difference between quarantine and self-isolation amid the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic — and why it matters. You've read about people self-quarantining, social distancing, or isolating themselves during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. You may be confused about the various terms and wonder what you should be doing. These terms describe approaches for limiting the spread of disease during epidemics and pandemics:   Social distancing.  Keeping space between yourself and other people outside your household to prevent the spread of disease. Quarantine.  Separating people and limiting movement of people who have or may have been exposed to the disease to see if they become ill. Isolation.  Separating people who are ill from others to keep the disease from spreading. Social distancing   You're likely practicing social distancing if there's ongoing community spre

Ways to fight coronavirus transmission at home

Ways to fight coronavirus transmission at home Used properly, most common household disinfectants will kill the virus that causes COVID-19. Doctors and researchers are gaining a greater understanding about the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak and how the virus can spread. Public health messages emphasize the importance of frequent, thorough hand-washing and social distancing to slow the spread of  COVID-19 .   You can also take steps in your home to keep the virus from spreading. No special supplies are required. You likely already have what you need. How is COVID-19 spread?   The virus that causes  COVID-19  can be spread by contact with someone who has  COVID-19 , as well as contact with surfaces or objects that person has touched. When someone with  COVID-19  sneezes or coughs, respiratory droplets are released into the air. Droplets typically don't travel far — no more than 6 feet (about 2 meters). The virus may stay on surfaces from hours to days.