Keep yourself and others safe
A Step Towards Tackling the Pandemic
Coronavirus has been spreading around the world since December 2019. It was first reported in Wuhan, China, and has now applied to almost every country globally. The Virus causes respiratory illness, fever, cough, shortness of breath, and pneumonia. However, there are ways to reduce the risk of infection.
Here are some simple steps you can take to protect yourself from COVID-19
1) Wash your hands often with soap or hand sanitizer for at least 20 seconds. If soap is not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub instead. Avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth, and unwashed surfaces.
2) Cover your sneeze/cough by covering your upper lip and bending forward while coughing or sneezing. This will prevent droplets that may contain germs from landing on other people’s faces. Do not go out unless necessary.
3) Stay home if you feel sick. Call ahead before going to a doctor’s office or emergency room so they know how many patients to expect.
4) Clean frequently touched objects like doorknobs, light switches, countertops, etc., using household cleaning products such as bleach wipes.
5) Use tissues when blowing your nose or wiping your runny noses. Throw away used tissues immediately after use.
6) Practice social distancing – stay 6 feet apart from anyone who does not live in your house.
7) wear masks only if needed. Masks should be worn whenever someone outside your immediate family needs medical attention. They also help keep healthcare workers protected during treatment.
8) Keep track of symptoms. Know what signs to look for and report them right away.
9) Be careful about sharing food items.
What are some of the Information on Vaccinations?
The CDC recommends that everyone who has had two doses of the vaccine continue receiving them. People who have received one dose of the vaccine should also receive a second dose, and people who have already completed their vaccination series should not receive the third dose.
How to Wash Someone Else’s Clothes Safely affected by the Virus?
First, let’s start with the basics. You don’t want to get sick, so you should always wash your hands before touching anything. If you’re wearing gloves, make sure to remove them before handling any other items.
Next, you’ll want to clean the outside of the clothing. Use soap and water to wash the outside of the dress, including the seams and zippers. Then, rinse the clothing thoroughly.
How Human rights Helps people during COVID-19?
Human Rights Watch has called on governments to release data on the number of
cases and deaths caused by COVID-19. This information is crucial to
understanding the disease’s spread and developing effective public health measures. Governments must ensure that everyone has adequate access to social security,
including sick pay, health insurance, and parental leave. Health workers are at the frontline, delivering services despite the personal risks they face. Homeless people or living under poor conditions are particularly vulnerable
to COVID- 19.
- Governments must take steps to address the root causes of homelessness and provide adequate shelter.
- Governments must ensure that people living in informal settlements have
access to clean water and sanitation.
- Governments must do everything possible to stop the spread of COVID-19 among
homeless people or live in poor conditions.