Coronavirus Prevention Tips
There is currently no vaccine to prevent infection. The best way to do so is to avoid exposure to this virus. The CDC recommends the following every day preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses Such as the CoronaVirus:
Wash your hands often with Antimicrobial Soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. It is best to use a Hospital level Antimicrobial Soap.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Most people are wearing Face Masks.
Stay home when you are sick.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. the more you clean with a Hospital level Disinfectant the more you will be killing the Germs , Viruses and bacteria that cause everyday illnesses and the CoronaVirus.
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Wearing a surgical Face mask may help prevent influenza, according to some studies, as the virus spreads through droplets in the air when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks. A mask could protect you from inhaling these droplets if it were worn consistently and fully covered the mouth and nose. the CDC recommends covering your mouth with a Disposable Face mask or face cover.
The coronavirus, while not the flu, does cause flu-like symptoms in those who have contracted it. Health officials believe the virus was initially transmitted from animals to humans, but that human-to-human transmission of the illness is now occurring.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention only recommends Disposable Surgical face masks or Face cover for everyone now.
Dr. Frank Esper, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at the Cleveland Clinic, said some really sick people should wear a Face mask.
"If they are coughing, if they are feeling like they have symptoms, we do ask them to put on Disposable face mask when they are coming to our waiting room or ER or into a public space," he said. "It helps prevent the spread of infection."
So far, the coronavirus has sickened thousands of people, mostly in China, and spread to at least 18 countries around the world.
As of Thursday, there are six confirmed cases in the U.S., including one case of person-to-person spread. A woman in Chicago who got sick from the virus after returning from a trip to Wuhan, China, apparently infected her husband, who had not gone to China. In addition, more than 100 people in the U.S. were being tested for the disease across 26 states earlier this week.
Health officials are concerned the rapid spread of the virus could mimic the outbreak of the SARS virus in the early 2000's, during which many people also wore Disposable Face masks for protection.
Following the SARS outbreak, which also originated in China, researchers in Australia tested data that suggested transmission of the viral respiratory infection was significantly reduced with the use of Disposable face masks as well as other infection control measures.
The study, published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases in 2008, found that Disposable Face masks were 80% effective in protecting against clinical influenza-like illness when worn consistently. There wasn't much difference between the two types of Face masks tested — P2 face masks and Disposable surgical Face masks — according to the study. So taking steps to clean everything you touch with Disinfectant and wearing Disposable Surgical Face masks will help prevent the spread of any virus.
Right now in the USA and in China . there is a run on Disposable Triple Layer Face masks. People and Hospitals are buying up all the face masks they can get. China who makes the Disposable face masks are already running out of face masks. they are trying to source stock from around the world to send back to China and meet demand.