How to Protect You and Your Family from COVID-19, the new coronavirus

There are three main conclusions that can be made from the recent report:

We all know that hoarding food, spreading fear, and stocking up on a year’s supply of toilet paper is ineffective, but from this report, we have learned that there are some effective immediate actions you can take to help protect our communities against the virus.

1. Stay Up-to-Date on Vaccinations

2. Manage Chronic Diseases

3. Stop Smoking

4. Detect Signs of Malnutrition

5. Follow CDC and WHO Recommendations

If you are looking for ways to turn your COVID-19 fear into action, follow the recommendations above. Don’t give COVID-19 the opportunity to infect. Protect yourself and your family.

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Current MSc student at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine studying Infectious Disease Control and COVID-19

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Current MSc student at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine studying Infectious Disease Control and COVID-19

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