Precautionary measures against the Covid 19
Since the outbreak of COVID 19, people have been made to understand that the Virus is a respecter of no person. Certain persons who get infected, tend to experience a little illness and then they recover with time. While others can also get infected hut to have more severe symptoms. Studies have shown that most elderly people, along with people who already are suffering from severe medical condition e.g heart diseases, cancer are at higher risk of developing severe symptoms of COVID 19. There’s no sure analysis yet on how the Covid 19 affects children. Because it's still a new virus, there has to be an in-depth study before anyone can reach a conclusion on how it affects children. How ever, older people with underlying illnesses should seek ways to boost their immune system. There are, however, ways, through which you can protect yourself and your loved ones. Here are they below:
Wash your hands as often as you can
It's advised that you try and wash your hands thoroughly, using soap and water or an alcohol-based sanitizer. This will help to kill any form of virus that might be present in your hands.
Maintain social distancing
Social distancing is the thing now. Stand at least 1 meter (3 feet) away from the person you are talking to. This is because people might sneeze or cough close to you but will to observe respiratory ethics. Social distancing is a must adhered rule for everyone in this period at then happens if this person is infected? They transfer it to you. Also, avoid t including the COVID-19 virus if the person coughing has the disease.
Avoid touching your face, mouth, and Nose
Since your hands must have gotten in contact with so many surfaces, it's part of the precautionary measures to avoid sticking them into your mouth or touching other parts of your face with it. This is to make sure that safety is ensured.
Ensure to Practice Respiratory Hygiene
Following and keeping to the rules of respiratory hygiene is a great way to protect you and your loved ones. Good respiratory hygiene includes; covering your mouth and nose with your elbow bent. You can also endeavor to use tissue each time you want to cough or sneeze. Also, be sure that the tissue is properly disposed of after you are done. Following good respiratory ethics allows you to curb the spread of the virus and from certain respiratory diseases associated with cold, flu and the likes.
Note: The Coronavirus is usually gotten when you come in direct contact with respiratory droplets of someone who’s already infected by the virus ( it build
Be home if you feel sick. Fever, cough and difficulty breathing are some of the major symptoms of COVID 19 so we urge anyone who must have experienced these symptoms, to quickly seek medical attention and take some days off to quarantine. Ask your medical center for directives and also make sure you follow them.
To prevent further spreading of this virus, Contact the National and local authorities in your area because they have every current information on everything that has to do with covidI19 in your area. Giving your Health care provider prior information can help to quickly show you to the right health facility.
Be informed and try to follow health advice given by the health care facility you visit.
Being informed and keeping up with every new development concerning COVID-19, is highly commendable. Try and live by the advice you got from medical personnel in your health care facility, the national and local public health authority, etc because they are what will guide you on how to prevent you and other people around you against getting infected with COVID-19.
The National and local authorities always have the most information at their disposal. They check for new cases of COVID-19 in your area so you are informed and remain cautious, this will enable you to know if truly the virus is currently spreading in your area.
How persons who are in or had been to Covid 19 infected areas in the (past 14 days) can protect themselves to avoid spreading.
Follow the certain precautionary measures mentioned above
Self-isolate yourself if you are beginning to feel sick or unwell, check out for even the tiniest of symptoms. An example of such symptom is- headache and mild runny nose, watch them closely until you are sure that you have recovered. When you avoid contact with other people and as well reduce your visits to health care facilities, it will let the health care facilities to work efficiently and effectively. It also helps to shield you and your loved ones from getting into the clenched fists of COVID-19 and any other kind of deadly virus.
In any case, you develop fever, cough or face difficulty in breathing, the best thing you can do for yourself and other people around you is to go and sort for medical advice from a trained person as fast as possible. Especially, if you had to travel recently to any of the affected countries or you had personal contact with someone who has a recent travel history. Giving prior notice to the health care facility will give them the chance to show you to the appropriate healthcare facility that is suitable for your case. It also helps to curtail the further spread of the pandemic.
In respect to the ongoing pandemic outbreak, we Will be closing pending till when all the heat is down and the government lifts restrictions. We care about our current and future clients so we are urging everyone to stay safe in these trying times because it’s only for a while. We also hope that you, our customers understand this and you are willing to stand by us and will keep supporting us no matter what happens. We expect to see you again when everything returns back to normal
In the meantime, self isolate, quarantine and keep chilling. We will all get through this!
1st Choice Bouncy Castle Hire Walsall & West Midlands hope this information will help our fantastic customers stay safe during these trying times and we hope to see you all again soon.