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Best Coronavirus TIPS You Should Right Now: STAY HOME, SAVE LIVES

Coronavirus TIPS

While writing this article, the number of Coronavirus cases is about to touch 11, 00,000, and we are here with some of the best Coronavirus tips to take care of you and your family.

Since the global COVID-19 cases cross the 2 million mark, President Donald Trump has invoked a Korean War-era law to force the production of ventilators, N95 masks, and other vital supplies. 

As the COVID-19 infected around 2,77,467 people in the US, CDC is expected to urge all citizens to wear cloth masks in public while Trump didn’t consider it necessary. But a recent study of WHO confirmed that Coronavirs can travel in the air over six to eight meter distance. So it would be better to wear a mask whenever you go outside to buy something.

Even many people questioned that is scarves better than masks, so but CDC suggested that scarves or bandanas are the better option if they don’t have a mask. 

Of the best COVID-19 tips is Wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds, with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub.

Another thing you should keep in mind to cover your nose and mouth with a disposable tissue or flexed elbow when you cough or sneeze.

If anyone nearby is ill, then avoiding close contact (5 meter or 8 feet) with people would be better.

The most essential and easy Coronavirus tip is to stay home and self-isolate from others in the household if you feel unwell.

We often touch our face by hand more than 5000 times are day, so do not affect your eyes, nose, or mouth if your hands are not cleaned.

As the number of Coronavirus infected people is increasing day by day, these were some of the best tips of Coronavirus. You should take care in this COVID-19 pandemic.

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Seth

Seth is one of the most experienced writers at Rexweyler. He loved to travel to new places and chat with new people. The most interesting thing about him that he’s fully attached to every tech gadget. You can share any leaks, tips, or ask questions at seth@rexweyler.com.

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