Lockdown or no lockdown! Coronavirus can still enter in your house; see how
Coronavirus can enter you homes and this can happen through vegetables/fruits, milk packets or any other food item that you bring in or which you have ordered online. It can also enter your homes through parcels. And, if you come in contact with the person in the shop who may be carrying the virus, it will affect you too
There is a countrywide lockdown till 14 April - a 21-day isolation period - applicable on everybody to break the chain of coronavirus by implementing social distancing norms. But are you still safe in the comfort of your homes? No you are not! Why? The virus can find different ways to enter you homes.
Yes, coronavirus can enter you homes and this can happen through vegetables/fruits, milk packets or any other food item that you bring in or which you have ordered online. It can also enter your homes through parcels. And, if you come in contact with the person in the shop who may be carrying the virus, it will affect you too.
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The coronavirus infection can stick to the clothes that you wear. It can stick to the currency notes and coins that come in contact with you while you are carrying out physical transactions.
Coronavirus infection can stick to the shoes or slippers that you wear if you step upon betel (paan) spat onto public roads and walls.
You may also get infected from the virus if you come in contact with delivery boys, waste pickers. The virus also stays on the handle of your doors and windows if an infected person touches it.
How to prevent Coronavirs entry:
Don't worry too much about it and follow these useful instructions to minimise its chances of getting inside your homes.
-- Ensure that only one person visits markets to buy things.
-- Market visit should be done only if essential things are to be bought like medicines, groceries etc
-- Wear masks and gloves while stepping outside
--Try buying all essential items in a single visit
-- Maintain a distance of at least one meter from other people
-- Avoid dealing in cash; try to use e-wallets or other digital modes
-- take your bag and sanitise it once you come back home; wear full sleeve clothes
-- Dispose off the masks when you get back home
-- put footwear outside your homes. Wash clothes with warm water
-- Wash vegetables, fruits and other items with warm water
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By following these simple steps, you can minismise the chances of coronavirus getting inside your homes.
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