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How to stay safe from Covid 19 at home or outdoors

How to stay safe from Covid 19 - at home - at work - while pregnant

How to stay safe from Covid 19 at home or outdoors
How to stay safe from Covid 19

20 Ways to stay safe from Covid-19

1. Practice good hand hygiene:

Wash hands for at least 20 seconds, if you can't use soap and water then hand sanitizer is a good alternative. Wash your hands before putting on the mask, before taking it off, and after touching it at any time.


2. Practice Social Distancing:

Maintain at least 5 to 6 feet of distance between you and others, plan outdoor activities when possible, and avoid crowds.


3. Wear a mask:

Make sure that the mask cover both your nose and mouth, if you don't have access to a surgical mask then a cloth mask is a good alternative. Don't use the same mask every day. For better protection use the double mask, initially, you will have a little problem but with time you will get used to it.


4. Consult a doctor before stopping any medications:

Take your medicines as prescribed, remembering that it is important for us to avoid the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic by doing so.


5. Work from home if you can:

Staying at home is the safest thing you can do for yourself. If you can't know what the risk is in your work environment then wear a mask and make sure those around you also wear a mask and make sure to social distance at work if possible.

6. Don't ignore your symptoms:

Make sure you own a thermometer and take your temperature regularly, contact your doctor if you have any symptoms. common symptoms of Covid are as under:

- Fever

- Cough

- Fatigue

- Headache

- Runny nose

- Muscle or body aches

- Shortness of breath

- Difficulty breathing

- Loss of taste or smell


7. Understand your risk:

Keep your disease under control, ask your doctor if you are high risk, and know the rates of covid-19 where you live.


8. Be prepared for telemedicine:

You will need a device with a camera, microphone, and speakers. Before your visit, make a list of questions and concerns, so you don't forget anything important.


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9. In-person visits may be necessary:

In-person visits have changed possible changes may include:

- You may have to wait in your car.

- Come alone.

- Part of your visit may be on the phone.

- Wear your mask.


10. Take care of your physical and mental health:

Be mindful of your stress level, do daily exercise, eat a healthy diet, and get plenty of sleep.


11. Spend time outdoors in the morning:

Spend some time outdoors to get the sun and boost your Vitamin D.


12. Remember these indoor activities:

Avoid crowded places, especially when indoors, Keep windows open to increase ventilation when indoors.


13. Avoid touching yourself again and again:

Whenever you reach home from outside, clean yourself well, immediately after coming, either wash your hands and feet or take a bath. Bathing is the best option.


14. Disinfect surfaces:

Disinfect surfaces like doorknobs, tables, and handrails regularly. after touching these surfaces create habits and reminders to not touch the face and cover cough or sneezes.


15. Boost your immune system through your diet:

Eat more fruits and raw vegetables, and pulses. Don't store vegetables and fruits, buy only what you need.


16. Avoid eating or drinking outside:

If you go outside, do not eat or drink anything; even don't drink a single drop of water. Do not remove the mask where people are within a one or two-meter radius.


17. Avoid touching the mask:

When you take off a mask, store it in a clean plastic bag, and try not to touch the mask in the center point, just remove it from the side.


18. Use Sanitizer:

Always keep a small sanitizer with you, clean your hands before you put your mask on, as well as before and after you take it off and after you touch it at any time.


19. Meet people outside:

Outdoor gatherings are safer than indoor ones, particularly if indoor spaces are small and without outdoor air coming in. But always remember to wear a mask when meeting people outside.


20. Inform hospital about the infected person:

If you see a person, who is coughing, sneezing, or has a fever and is not wearing a mask, then keep a distance from him/her and report it to the nearest government hospital. Maybe he/she is corona positive. Or while keeping distance, give him/her a mask so that others can also be safe.



Always remember prevention is better than cure, nowadays treatment is very difficult. We already saw how a shortage of oxygen and beds everywhere occurred in the first and second waves of the corona pandemic. Keep maintain distance and keep safe.

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