Prevention of Corona Virus Transmission (SARS-COV2)

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Corona virus in the latest news began in the second wave of spread (second wave), in other words, Wuhan as the main point of transmission began to decrease in the number of sufferers, while in areas with a wider radius began to increase in the number of patients that occur worldwide. We called for diagnostic is Covid-19.

Unicef ​​has provided information that we do not have to panic and be hysterical in the face of this attack, but to remain vigilant and make efforts to prevent and protect ourselves.

The following is a message from UNICEF for the world public:

  • The corona virus is 400-500 micro-cell in diameter, so each mask can prevent the entry of the virus so there is no need to exploit pharmaceuticals to sell other masks such as N 95.
  • The virus is not in the air, but can be on the ground, so the air does not directly transmit the virus.
  • Corona virus, if it is on a metal surface, will live for 12 hours, so washing hands with soap and water is an effective preventive measure.
  • Corona virus if it is on the surface of the fabric will stay alive for 9 hours so washing clothes or drying in the sun for two hours can kill it.
  • Viruses in the hands can live for 10 minutes so washing hands with an alcoholic pocket cleaner is enough to kill the corona virus.
  • If the virus is exposed to temperatures between 26-27 ° C, the virus will die, the virus does not live in hot areas. Also drinking warm water and being exposed to sunlight is good enough to kill the virus. Stay away from ice cream and cold food, it’s important.
  • Gargling with warm water plus salt will kill the virus in the tonsillar area and can prevent it from entering the lungs.
  • Following these instructions is sufficient to prevent transmission and spread of the corona virus (SARS-COV2).
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Contributed by H.Uun Sumardi, dr, SpPD K-PTI, KIC

Internist, Tropical Infections, And Intensive Care Expert

UNICEF

Contributed by H.Uun Sumardi, dr, SpPD K-PTI, KIC

Internist, Tropical Infections, And Intensive Care Expert

H.Uun Sumardi, dr, SpPD K-PTI, KIC
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