- Despite all the countries reopening, the virus is still in circulation.
- Disinfecting your smartphone, glasses, and watches and other surfaces can help you keep safe.
So, what to do then?
You have to protect yourselves from this deadly virus that is Coronavirus, just bear with me and follow these 6 best ways to protect from coronavirus when I leave Lockdown.
If you still think that you don’t need to follow any protective measures then just look at the number of Covid-19 Cases Worldwide:-
- United States of America – 2.52 Million Confirmed Cases
- Brazil – 1.28 Million
- Russia – 621 K
- India – 509 K
And the list goes on so you see know despite the governments around the world have started loosening the lockdown, the Coronavirus is spreading at a much faster pace.
So you only have to take necessary precautions by yourselves to protect yourselves and your loved ones.
Disinfect your Digital devices
Did you knew that an average person uses their phones 58 times a day.
“According to a study by the University of Arizona, cell phones carry 10 times more bacteria than toilet seats.
We as a person don’t feel whole without our mobile phones, it is important that you all keep it disinfected just like hands.
But in case of computer devices, we don’t usually take them out often so they pose less risk, but to be on a safe side just keep them disinfected once in a week or so.
2. Wipe off glass and sunglasses
If you are wearing glasses, then you are likely touch them and in the process touching your face to and transferring the virus.
Well, more researches are to be conducted to know if COVID-19 can cause infection through ocular entry.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends trusted Source avoiding touching your mouth, nose, or eyes with unwashed hands.
So, what happens is that cleaning glasses and sunglasses removes excess dirt, oil, and bacteria.
That may build up on the surface, and contribute to acne through occlusive contact with the skin.
3. Clean your Masks
Well, mask can be a lifesaver but it can also endanger your lives.
How? When you are out for some work then you are wearing a mask Ok so why do you wear it?
So that it can stop the viruses in the air to reach our mouth so that you won’t inhale it.
So, all the virus or bacteria sticks to your mask.
And even if by mistake you touch that virus might get on your hands and you will be infected.
So to prevent that either wear use and throws masks or clean your mask by properly washing it.
That way it can be used again.
4. Clean Door handles and wash your hands afterward
Well, it’s one of that important things that you should keep in mind.
Because even in lockdown we use to head out of the homes too sometimes.
So, there surfaces becomes the playground for the Virus.
where they can multiply so that’s why it becomes necessary to clean the surfaces which are in regular use.
And after disinfecting the surfaces must clean your hands properly to be 100% safe.
5. Disinfect your purse and wallet
Just like disinfecting Door knobs and other surfaces.
Which are in continuous contact with you your wallet and purses come in the same category.
Because as the lockdown is easing you have to go out for work.
Or some supplies every time and you will be carrying your purses or wallet.
Which can get viruses on it by your hands even if you have disinfected your hands after that.
6. Research your disinfectant
By researching I mean to say is there are a lot of new companies,
Launching there own fake disinfectant to make profits,
And some of the disinfectant are up to the quality but some are not.
So, WHO has clearly stated that For alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) (5) recommends a concentration of 60% to 95% ethanol or isopropanol, the concentration range of greatest germicidal efficacy.
So, go for a good disinfectant or hand sanitizers to be safe from Covid-19.
One more important thing that will keep you safe from Covid-19 is your immunity.
So I personally follow these steps to boost my immunity.
These all the the best ways to protect from Coronavirus.