A Coronavirus Guide

Coronavirus - Don’t touch Eyes, Nose, Face

Don’t touch your Eyes, Nose, & Face

Save Yourself and Your Family against the CORONAVIRUS attack:

  1. Stay Away From Crowds. Isolate yourself with your family.
  2. You have to assume that you might have some in contact with a corona patient. So, it’s necessary you pay extra attention to cleanliness and hygiene.
  3. Move out in case of emergency only or to collect essentials for your home. Always wear a mask when going out. A Mask offers you an extra layer of Protection.
  4. It would be best that you wash your hands, face and other uncovered body parts with alcohol-based soap or hand sanitizer every time you return from outside to your home.
  5. It’s essential that you avoid touching your mouth, eyes and nose every now and then. Encourage your family members to adopt respiratory hygiene. Cover your mouth with a handkerchief or tissue every time you cough or sneeze.
  6. Employ a standard household cleaning spray to clean the frequently touched objects.
  7. In case you are dealing with a health related problem and have developed fever, symptoms of respiratory ailments, you must immediately seek out the attention of a professional health care provider.

COVID-19… is a contagious disease, which spreads by the recently discovered Novel Coronavirus.


When a patient infected with COVID-19 sneezes or coughs, the tiny droplets of cough coming out from the mouth or nose gets spread into the air or fall on a surface.

When another person who is nearby comes in contact with it and breathes in the infected air, there is a great possibility that he/she may get directly affected by the disease. On the other hand, there can be a situation where someone puts his hand on the mouth, nose and eyes after touching the drops on the infected surface, and then this infection can surely affect him/her.

Therefore, it is important to stay at least one meter away from someone sneezing or coughing.


Studies show that the coronavirus can dwell on surfaces for a few hours to several days. It also depends on the type of surface and the temperature. If you find any surface dirty, clean it with a standard household cleaning spray.


There is currently no vaccine or treatment available for the treatment of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

80% of the patients do not need any treatment. The symptoms of a Covid-19 virus generally go away with time. The patients get cured on their own by just isolating them for at least 14 days minimum.

Self-care against Coronavirus:

If you encounter minor symptoms to the problem, its better you stay at home until you’re fully recovered. You can relieve your symptoms if you:

  • Take proper rest and sleep
  • Keep yourself warm
  • Drink plenty of liquids
  • Use a room humidifier or take a hot shower as to ease a sore throat and cough.

Less than 20% of the patients need to be taken to the ICU. In situations where you experience fever, cough with difficulty in breathing, its best you immediately seek for medical care. It would be wise that you act fast.


There is no cure at the moment. The symptoms of Coronavirus generally go away with time for nearly 80% of patients. As for serious patients, some medicines are used.


A healthy person does not need to wear a mask. But when there was a lot of fever, wear a mask. Even if you have returned from a hospital, wear a mask. Keep washing your hands, and use an alcohol based sanitizer for hand washing.

Though, there are public places like at grocery stores and pharmacies where the social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Thus, it is highly recommended that you wear cloth face coverings or face masks while visiting these places.

Wearing masks becomes essential for health care workers as they are forever in the range of the problem. They should wear hospital-grade masks at all times.

As for people who are working at other important places which are open during the epidemic should wear special masks or homemade masks of multi layered cotton. Overall speaking, Masks can provide you with protection in comparison to wearing nothing during this wide-spread pandemic.

Who is at risk of contact with the infected and when?

Medical staff caring for infected patients is at a higher risk of getting the infection. If any of their co-workers get infected and as they are working with them, they are more susceptible to Corona virus.

The same, if you are unknowingly traveling with an infected patient or living together under the same roof with someone who is infected, then the risk of Covid is much higher. The symptoms of Corona are visible in more or less 14 days.

COVID-19 Symptoms- Visible From Start to Finish:

Initially, the patient experiences mild fever, cold and cough. As the infection increases person gets suffered from Pneumonia, experiences shortness of breath (ARDS) and sepsis and septic shock.

Patients with severe symptoms are admitted immediately directly in ICU. Patients with mild symptoms are not admitted to the hospital. There is a rare possibility that the disease might revert back. However, if you notice the symptoms again, you should immediately contact the hospital.

When Symptoms Gets Visible, Who Should You Contact?

If you are experiencing fever and cough as well as dealing with some kind of respiratory problem, you should at ones visit a hospital. In other case, if you have recently visited a Corona affected country, you should consult a physician straightway. It is of prime importance that you do not get in touch with other people before a full check-up.

Which age group is most at risk against the disease?

Corona is one deadly disease of our time. Most of the people all over the world hadn’t even heard of such a disease. So, if you have a viewpoint that Corona affects a particular age, then you are wrong. Coronavirus can affect people of all ages. However, children and youth generally do not have to face a more serious situation. Elderly and already ill people, having a medical history of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, lung disease, cancer are at greater risk.

What’s the role of Sanitizer?

A sanitizer is recommended only when you are taking care of a infected. Otherwise, it is enough to wash hands for 20 seconds with soap. Though, if you are out of your house to get something, you must use a sanitizer for cleaning your hands on return.

At the same time, clean your other body parts that were open. Change your clothes and keep the old clothes for cleaning in a separate corner or in the washing machine.

Unfortunately, there aren’t any vegetable or fruit that can help you escape the problem or cure it. Though, you should continue eating certain vegetables and fruits that strengthens the immune system.

By taking a healthy diet, you help improve your immune system. There are no specific food items that can help in the fight against COVID-19.Though, you can eat some vegetables and fruits to make your body strong and increase your ability to fight the viruses.

Here are some great food items you should add in your shopping list for your next grocery store trip.


    It is packed with phytochemicals & antioxidants that support the immune system. Also, it contains vitamin E, an antioxidant helpful against bacteria and viruses.


    They are a great source of zinc and copper, the minerals helpful with the growth & functioning of immune cells and thus improving the immune system.
    Other than that, Chickpeas are good source of protein that helps grow and repair the body’s tissues.


    Strawberries are a good source of Vitamin C. It is good for strengthening our immune system. As well as Vitamin C helps strengthen the eye’s cornea and retina.

  4. GARLIC:

    Eating raw garlic might not be tasty, but it’s good for your immune system. Despite its bad odour, this vegetable is believed to improve your immune cells’ ability to fight off cold and flu. And above, garlic has antimicrobial and antiviral properties that may well help fight bacterial and viral infections.

  5. GUAVA:

    Much like Apple, Guava is a magic fruit. It’s high in fiber and also in Vitamin C. Vitamin C deficiency is a great risk as it may be the cause for infections and illness. It helps you maintain a healthy immune system. Other than these benefits, Guava is helpful with high blood pressure. So you should plan to add it in your diet plan now!

  6. PAPAYA:

    Papaya is an excellent immunity booster as it’s a great source of vitamin A, B, C, and K. The fruit is great for the growth of body tissues that includes hair and skin. A medium-sized papaya can fulfill your daily requirement of vitamins.


    Spinach is abundant with vitamins and minerals. So, it’s evident that spinach can encourage your immune system. Other than that, Spinach is rich in Vitamin A, C and E, which helps you stay away from infections. As well as, it replenishes the blood cells.

  8. YOGURT:

    One of the immune system’s vital jobs is to check the gastrointestinal tract and avert germs, bacteria and other pathogens from entering the bloodstream and make you sick. Hence, if you want to keep your gut happy, make yogurt an essential part of your diet.


    It is an anti-inflammatory ingredient and can be taken in by mixing in a number of other food items. For instance, a mix of milk and turmeric is good to increase immunity.

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