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Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water or use hand sanitizer to clean your hands

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Catch the germs from your sneeze using a cloth or a tissue or sneeze into your elbow.

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Keep at least 1 meter of distance from other person to avoid catching any viruses.

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Make sure to get enough sleep to keep your immune system strong

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Make sure to take plenty of vitamin C to boost your immune system

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Drinking warm water can not only help your stomach but can also enhance your immune system.

Social Contact Tracker

In any virus outbreak a personal tracker is always recommended so that the outbreak can be tracked to exact people and places in case some one gets infected. Use the below format for your own personal tracker.
Download the excel file

Social Contact Tracker (Name) (March 2020)
Date People contacted Places visited Number of people Number of places
25 March
Person A
Person B
xxxxx
xxxxxx
x x
26 March
Person A
Person B
xxxxx
xxxxxx
x x
27 March
Person A
Person B
xxxxx
xxxxxx
x x
Courtesy of ADPC

COVID 19 Awareness audio messages by NHN members

How to prepare for staying at home

Soap
It’s the best way to wash up (and much easier to find than hand sanitizer).
Disposable gloves
For handling things that might be contaminated. Do not wash or reuse.
Disinfectant wipes
Look for products with active ingredients such as quaternary ammonium, sodium hypochlorite, or hydrogen peroxide.
Towels, clean linens
Or anything else you might need more of as cleaning habits change.

Supplies of shelf-stable food
Beans, rice, flour, and canned items: enough for a couple of weeks, if access to grocery stores is limited.
Coffee or tea
Or other everyday “necessities.”
A first aid kit
Hospitals may be overwhelmed, so you’ll want to be able to treat minor problems at home.
90 days of medication
The CDC recommends stocking up on prescriptions, so contact your doctor.

Yarn, art supplies, or other hobby items
Its a good time to dive into an activity you can do at home. Morale matters!
Things for working from home
From a desk chair to a mouse, it’s better to have the tools for your job if it’s possible to work remotely.
Electronics and, potentially, spare parts
If your phone or computer breaks, it’s an inconvenience in the best of times. Right now, it might be more than that, if stores aren’t open to get a replacement.
Games for family time
If you’ve got kids at home, you’ll need distractions!

Medication for reducing a fever, like acetaminophen (Tylenol).
A thermometer for monitoring fever.
Cough and cold medication
Including cough drops and lozenges, cough syrup like Dayquil / Nyquil, and decongestants like Sudafed.
A humidifier can also help with cough that makes it tough to sleep.
Rehydration solutions
Pedialyte or Gatorade works, but you can make it at home with a liter of drinking water, a scoop of sugar, and a pinch of salt. Plain water or other liquids also work for mild dehydration in adults.

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