Find FAQs surrounding COVID-19 vaccine to clear your doubts about COVID-19 vaccines. If you are not yet vaccinated, find a COVID-19 vaccination centre near your home, get vaccinated. Stay safe at home, avoid unnecessary travel or visiting neighbours. Use mask and hand sanitisers, wash your hands with soap and water. Ensure self-protection from COVID-19 and family members. Help to control the spreading of the COVID-19 virus.
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Is COVID vaccine second dose so important? Many people have this doubt in their minds. They think one dose is enough for protection. Others ignore the second dose because they might have experienced mild fever and other health problems after taking the first dose. And some others think what is the benefit of taking the COVID vaccine because the experts say taking the vaccine does not guarantee that the vaccinated person will not get an infection of COVID19. This article and video will clear your doubts.
People having mild symptoms of COVID19 or not having any serious sickness or breathing problems have to follow home care for COVID19 patients as per the directions from the health departments. It is estimated that almost 70% to 80% of people with COVID19 will have mild illness and can be managed at home with guidance from the healthcare provider and symptomatic treatments. This article and the video cover the basic points on how to care for people with COVID-19 at home.
Are you aware of the facts about hand sanitisers that are widely used as recommended by the health departments? During the pandemic COVID-19, we all have heard and learned a new term ‘Hand sanitisers’ and today this term is well known to everyone even to small kids. Although these days hand sanitisers are widely used, there are a lot of misinformation and myths surrounding about hand sanitisers. This article is aimed to remove your common doubts and spread awareness about the use and points to keep in mind when purchasing and using hand sanitisers to stay safe from COVID-19.
As we all know, the whole world is under the control of a tiny virus, not visible to human eyes called COVID-19. Human reached beyond the sky limit, developed technology to communicate watching live sitting two corners of the earth. He made equipment to control many things through a switch sitting miles away. But this tiny virus taught many lessons to human all over the world. This article is very meaningful and you might have experienced the same in your life also. This article, A COVID-19 Monologue And A Human Response is a guest post written by Augustin Joseph, Teacher, Mount Assisi School Sr. Section, Bhagalpur, Bihar, India. He is a simple and humble person and a great artist.
It is true that many people are bored in this COVID19 isolation period. Some are making use of this free time in a very useful way, enjoying their skills and talents and learning new skills. But some are simply sleeping and spending precious time on entertainment and become lazy. This article is about 7 useful things you can do in COVID19 isolation. You can find more yourself and practice more and make this time useful and enjoyable.
The world is going through a terrible situation because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most people have never faced this kind of situation in their life. People are searching for ways to learn how to stay healthy during COVID-19. In this post, you can find real practical advice from the experts about how to not get infected by Coronavirus and also how to stay healthy during COVID-19. This doesn’t guarantee that you will not get infected, but these measures will help to protect you from the infection.
Cultural habits are changing across the world during the ongoing situation that has merged people into the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). I found a video from Karolina Goswami, a famous YouTuber narrating about 5 Indian habits that the World wants to learn in the time of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). I thought it is good to share the information because as a proud Indian, I am happy to notice that a foreigner lady is saying good about Indian culture and habits.
We all know COVID-19 outbreak has affected the whole world and everyone is worried and tensed about this disease. In normal days, pregnant and breastfeeding women have to take proper care. WHO has published COVID-19 pregnancy and breastfeeding guidelines for women to take proper care to prevent infection.