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Talking to people you know and trust can help — check in on neighbours, family and friends. Listen to music, read a book or play a game. Try not to read or watch too much news if it makes you anxious. Get your information from reliable sources once or twice a day. #COVID19
What are some good mental health tips?
You can catch #COVID19 no matter how sunny or hot the weather is. Countries with hot weather have reported cases of COVID-19. To protect yourself, make sure you clean your hands frequently and thoroughly and avoid touching your eyes, mouth, and nose.
Will #COVID19 die down during the warmer months?
We recommend 30 mins of activity a day for adults & one hour a day for children. If your local guidelines allow it, go outside for a walk, run, or bike ride & keep a safe distance from others. If you can’t leave the house, find an exercise video online, dance, or do some yoga.
Is it ok to exercise outside?
Maintain at least 1m distance (3 feet) between yourself & others. Why? When an infected person coughs, sneezes or speaks they spray small liquid droplets from their 👃 or 👄 which may contain the #coronavirus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the virus.
What does physical distancing really mean?
Some countries have developed tests or accessed tests themselves. To help countries that need support, WHO: -is working with companies to increase production, to secure supply & ensure equitable distribution -has shipped 1.5M laboratory tests to over 126 countries so far
Where are the tests?
To date, there is no vaccine and no specific antiviral medicines against #COVID19. However some people with serious illness may need to be hospitalized to receive life-saving treatment such as oxygen. Most patients recover thanks to such care.
How is #COVID19 treated?
People of all ages can be infected, get sick & transmit the #coronavirus. Older people & people with pre-existing medical conditions, such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, appear to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill. We are all at risk so we all have a part to play.
Can young people get infected?
The most common symptoms of #COVID19 are fever, dry cough, tiredness. Some patients may have: -aches & pains -nasal congestion -runny nose -sore throat -diarrhoea People with difficulty breathing or pain/pressure in the chest should seek medical attention. http://bit.ly/2tMEBmu
What are symptoms of #COVID19 and when should you get treatment versus stay home?