10 Tips How To Keep Your Family Coronavirus Free!
First, calm down, stressing out and being overly insane in fear will not help the situation. Keep a level head and think smart. Everything you need to know is common sense and just a tweak of change in your lifestyle, you just have to make sure you make the change and be faithful to them. Read on for Coronavirus Free Tips…
CelebNHealth247.com will be doing Coronavirus News Updates daily to keep you informed, we will also help you through this time of fear and how you need to be a solider and a solution solver during this outbreak.
We want you to think first before putting yourself in a crowded space since COVID-19 continues to spread. Now we are NOT saying stay home and lock yourself inside is the answer.
You can’t be a hypochondriac now or a Germaphobes, but being extra cautious and smart about making moves it what you NEED to do from this point on.
Here are CelebNHealth247’s 10 Coronavirus Free Tips:
- Avoid touching your mouth and nose or rubbing your eyes and even scratching your face. Invest in hand sanitizer before touching your face. Use a tissue before scratching, touching your nose or rubbing your eye. (NOTE: We touch our face an average of two dozen times an hour, and 44 percent of that touching involves contact with eyes, nose or mouth.)
- According to William Sawyer, a family doctor in Sharonville, Ohio, and founder of Henry the Hand, a nonprofit organization that promotes hand hygiene. “Not touching your facial mucous membranes, an area known as the “T-zone,” is perhaps the most important step you can take to prevent an infection”
- Avoid close contact with anyone who is sick. If you are sick, stay home and do NOT bring it to your work.
- Make sure to keep 4 – 6 feet away from other people.
- Cover your mouth when you are coughing, or sneezing. Make sure to look at your mucous in the tissue. Clear means healthy. Light yellow to dark means cold. Dark brown is infection. Both means see a doctor immediately.
- Clean and disinfect frequently-touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, etc…
- Wearing a mask is not necessary unless you are taking care of an infected person. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) does recommend that only infected people wear masks to prevent the spread of the virus.
- Another way to keep your home Coronavirus free and prevent infection within your family is reduce people coming into your home. You can still have diner parties, and shindigs, but make sure to disinfect.
- Helpful items to have in your home bleach, bleach wipes for countertops, Lysol (spray all rooms, all door handles, keys, furniture, clothes, backpacks, shoes and more). Have rubbing alcohol on hand at all time, 60% or better. Hand sanitizer for all family members and teach your kids to use it in class, out with friends and every time they touch something. Wash your clothes and even spray bleach on your dishes and glasses before washing.
Check out this diagram to hopefully ease your mind a bit on the safest places currently: