The world is going through a terrible situation because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most people have never faced this kind of situation in their life. People are searching for ways to learn how to stay healthy during COVID-19. In this post, you can find real practical advice from the experts about how to not get infected by Coronavirus and also how to stay healthy during COVID-19. This doesn’t guarantee that you will not get infected, but these measures will help to protect you from the infection.
Cultural habits are changing across the world during the ongoing situation that has merged people into the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). I found a video from Karolina Goswami, a famous YouTuber narrating about 5 Indian habits that the World wants to learn in the time of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). I thought it is good to share the information because as a proud Indian, I am happy to notice that a foreigner lady is saying good about Indian culture and habits.
We all know COVID-19 outbreak has affected the whole world and everyone is worried and tensed about this disease. In normal days, pregnant and breastfeeding women have to take proper care. WHO has published COVID-19 pregnancy and breastfeeding guidelines for women to take proper care to prevent infection.
Due to COVID-19 outbreak schools are shut down and children are at home. Many parents find it difficult to control naughty children who are bored sitting at home. WHO has published some useful tips for healthy parenting in the time of COVID-19. These tips are to help parents interact constructively with their children during this …
Are you aware of the fact that COVID-19 is an infectious disease? COVID-19 can spread from person to person mainly through the droplets produced when an infected person speaks, coughs or sneezes. The best way of protection is by keeping social distancing. Continue reading and watch the video to know guidelines from WHO about how to self protect against COVID-19.
There are many myths and fake news spreading about coronavirus. People should not trust or forward such messages. We should only forward and follow information and guidelines from public health departments, WHO and such authorised agencies. Sharing Coronavirus Myth Busters | COVID-19 Advice For The Public found on World Health Organisation.
Coronavirus is spreading in many countries and affected many people. We all know during any crisis, health problems, it is normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or angry. WHO has guidelines on how to cope with stress during the 2019-nCoV outbreak. Let’s find guidelines of Covid-19 Coping With Stress.