The best ways recommended for protection getting vaccinated, AstraZeneca vaccine and Johnson and Johnson vaccine are among the available vaccines and most used. (Park, C. L at el, 2020) Currently, this is the leading prevention method; vaccines are to help our bodies be strong when fighting the diseases. The vaccination process is ongoing and there are hopes that in a few years to come everybody will be vaccinated making the world a step closer to stopping the spread.
Wearing a mask is recommended by the health organization. (Park, C. L at el, 2020) Mask is to be worn covering to the nose area and the mouth, the right mask that is 3ply. Masks are to be worn in all public areas, transportations systems at all times. This applies to all people whether vaccinated or not.
Keep your hands clean by sanitizing, and washing them regularly. Effective hand sanitizers contain alcohol, which is formulated to be safe for use on hands. Other disinfectants, soaps, and bleach with the help of hot water are important steps in preventing the spread of the virus. (Hu, X, at el, 2021) .Washing all surfaces with these kills the virus landing on the surfaces and constant cleaning is advised. It is important to note that these products are not used in self-medication. The only way for treatment is hospitalization and getting the right medication.
Maintain a 6 feet distance with other people whenever a person is in an outside setting with people you do not live in the same house with. (Park, C. L at el, 2020) Even if they are not sick there are asymptomatic people and are capable of spreading the disease. In a closed setting avoid close contact with any sick person. Avoid areas that are not well ventilated. This is to ensure that there is free circulation of air at all times.
Monitor any symptoms at all times. Always check any alarming temperatures that are above normal. Any fever and cough or sneezing should not be taken lightly.
Consumption of some supplements such as vitamin D, zinc, essential oils, and other nutritional supplements to boost immunity. Eating healthy foods and maintaining a healthy body is also a plus. With this, a person will be able to fight diseases comfortably and also prevent attacks.
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