Get up-to-date data on the COVID-19 pandemic, accessible on our website. COVID-19 is now effective in different nations all over the world. The vast majority who become infected experience gentle ailment and get well. However, in some case it may be serious that requires intensive care. You might be infected and not serious while you could spread the virus to others, your loved ones which their case may be serious. By doing a few simple steps you and others will be safe.
Wash your hands often, use alcohol-based hand sanitezers
Washing your hands often with soap thoroughly for at least 20 seconds will certainly kill the virus. Also, using alcohol-based hand sanitizers will work where washing hands not possible.
Keep your distance
COVID-19 can spread via droplets from cough and sneezing, and a person gets infected by breathing in. Keeping at least 1 meter (3 feet) from the person will lower chances to get the virus. So it is good practice to cover mouth when cough or sneeze or best using a tissue. Tissue should be used only once and properly dispose of once used.
DON’T TOUCH your EYES, NOSE and MOUTH
The virus could easily be on your hands as throughout the day our hands touch many places that commonly used by others. Such as door nubs, lift buttons, railings, seats, and tables. Using these surfaces, you could contaminate your hands which then by touching your eyes, nose & mouth having a risk to get COVID-19 into your body and get infected.
Fever, cough, running nose and difficulty breathing are the symptoms of COVID-19. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms seek immediate attention and isolate yourself to prevent spreading the disease. Staying at home and alerting the local health authorities to seek medical attention is the best way to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. By alerting local health authorities in advance helps them to take proper precautions. So be mindful.
Follow COVID-19 updates (get instant local updates)
It is important to know if the COVID-19 is spread in your area and following precautions taken by the local government in order to protect yourself and your family. Especially before going to work, school, mass gatherings make sure there is no risk of COVID-19.
Travellers protection measures for whom recently visited places where COVID-19 is spreading
Abide guidelines given above.
Upon your arrival if you feel unwell such as fever, cough, running nose, the difficulty of breathing inform the authorities immediately. And most importantly wear a surgical mask if mask, not available cover your face to prevent potential COVID-19 virus.
Avoid human and animal, pet contact by staying home for at least 14 days. If the COVID-19 symptom shows seek medical attention by calling medical center.
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