How to protect yourself from the Coronavirus? This news terrifies most of us. How to protect yourself has become the most important and immediate lesson to learn. We have made a clear and simple infographic for you to follow. Protect yourself and please share the instructions to protect your friends, family, and people around you.
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Wash your hands constantly. After going to any public places, wash your hands with soap. After touching raw food and animals, wash your hands with soap. If you sneeze or cough, cover your mouth with your hands and wash them with soap right after.
Wear a mask when you go out in public places. There are two specific kinds of masks that can especially protect you from the Wuhan coronavirus: N95 masks, and surgical masks. Both of them can reduce the chance of spreading airborne diseases.
Use Hand Sanitizer
Carrying a bottle of hand sanitizer with you can also help. Whenever you are out and about, and it’s not easy to find a place to wash your hands, use a hand sanitizer instead. What I do is that I have a big bottle at home and a small bottle with me. I can share it with my friends and family if they do not have any.
Stay at Home
If it is not necessary to go out, staying at home will be the best option. Reducing the chance of having physical contact with people will help tremendously.
Don’t Touch nose, mouth, and eyes
DO NOT touch your nose, mouth, and eyes with your dirty hands.
Don’t Eat Raw foods
Do not eat raw foods. Make sure the food you eat is fully cooked.
Don’t Go to Indoor Public Areas
If it is not necessary, do not go to the indoor public areas. Especially those places that will have a lot of people, like hospitals, stations, restaurants, and indoor playgrounds.
Check out the infographic below. It helps you to know the dos and don’ts. Share it with your family and friends. Protect yourself and the ones you love and care for.
湖北省 Húběi shěng
新型冠状病毒 xīnxíng guānzhuàng bìngdú
世界卫生组织 shìjiè wèishēng zǔ zhi
World Health Organization (WHO)