With more than 2,000 confirmed cases in the US, we must review and know the Dos and Don’ts for COVID-19!


Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, several times a day.
Learn the symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath.
Consider taking extra precautions and staying out of public places if you’re over 60 years old, or have a chronic condition such as heart disease, chronic respiratory diseases, or diabetes.
Practice “social distancing”: Avoid crowds in poorly-ventilated spaces, and try to stay at three to six feet away from anyone who’s coughing or sneezing.
Prioritize your health. Now is not the time to stay up all night, skip workouts, or ignore a healthy diet—this can weaken your immune system.



Touch your eyes, nose, and mouth. If you somehow come into contact with the virus, touching your face can help it enter your body.
Reach for antibiotics. If you happen to have some lying around from a previous illness, you may be tempted. But antibiotics work only on illnesses caused by bacteria, and the coronavirus is — you guessed it — a virus.
Travel if it is not essential. It increases the risk.
Panic. At this point, public health officials still say the risk of becoming infected with COVID-19 is low and following precautions will help.

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