Covid19 is nowadays booming how to control or what precaution can we take ? ?
- 2 months ago
Could google 'Raymond Rife'.
- JohnLv 72 months ago
We got a short video from our cousins in Italy: Woman pulls up on moped, gets off. She hands grocery bag to people in house, down the path. They take the bag by reaching with a long stick with a hook on the end. Obviously bag has rope handles. People in house return with buckets of soapy water and throw them all over the woman. She even lies on the sidewalk and rolls in the soap.
We aren't there yet. Maybe NYC should be.
- qrkLv 72 months ago
To make it a non-issue, you either contract it and hopefully your body creates long term immunity, or a vaccine.
In the mean time, we slow down the spread by following the guidelines being spewed wherever you look. This will hopefully blow over in another year when vaccines are approved and/or enough people contract the virus and build up herd immunity.
- PhilomelLv 72 months ago
I can't hear it booming.
This appears to be a Health issue, not Engineering.
It may be Biology not Physics.
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- oldschoolLv 72 months ago
I heard an MD say quinine and zinc have helped many under his care. Quinine is in tonic water (Schweppes and others).
- Donnie PorkoLv 72 months ago
Stay at home and don’t let people in. Every time you let someone in, you risk catching it from that other person.
Don’t go outside. As long as you self isolate, there’s a very slim chance that you’ll catch it.
If you just go outside, keep at least 6 feet away from others. Wear a mask, whether you made it yourself or you bought it. The thicker the better. The thicker it is, the harder it is for the respiratory droplet to get to your mouth or nose.
Wash your hands or use a sanitizer whenever you touch a community surface. Be sure to get under the nails.
When you get home, wash your hands and face.
When you’re in public places, do NOT touch your face. It’s hard because people don’t realize how often they unknowingly touch their face.
There is a study that says vitamin D can boost your immune system and makes you healthier. Not enough people are getting enough vitamin D.
- JessLv 62 months ago
The same precautions everyone is saying to take -- self-isolate, stay at least 6ft away from people if you need to be around people/in public, wear a mask or something to cover your face, wash your hands frequently.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Pending a vaccine which I don't think is going to happen soon, avoiding it aka social distancing is your best option.