According tomedia BGR reported that the new crown virus pandemic is showing no signs of slowing down, the United States, Brazil, India and other countries are still very serious outbreaks, these places have been the recent surge in confirmed cases of new crowns. Warm weather does nothing to stop the virus from happening. Nor will the virus disappear on its own at some point, as Mr. Trump continues to believe. And a doctor recently warned that the worst mistake people can make during a pandemic is to share air with others.
“Now, until we find a viable vaccine, you don’t want to share air with anyone other than your family,” Dr. Leo Nissola wrote on MSN.
Stopping sharing air with others has two different practices that can help reduce the spread of the virus. One of them is to keep a social distance. Stay away from public places, especially restaurants and bars, and the less likely you are to be infected. The second is to use a mask when you go out.
The new crown virus is spread by droplets from coughing and sneezing. But invisible particles containing the virus can leave the mouth while talking, coughing, singing or breathing. If people don’t wear masks, they may spread the virus to people around them. Even when used, masks do not guarantee 100% protection and people can still be infected. However, they can significantly reduce the risk of transmission.
“The public has been confused by the lack of coordination between agencies, states, counties and municipalities, and some people are rightly dissatisfied with the lack of a clear message. But don’t get me wrong, wearing a mask is effective. Singapore, South Korea and New Zealand are examples of how to deal with the public health crisis. Nissola points out.
“Avoid indoor areas, crowded beaches, and wear masks when outdoors,” he added. “The biggest mistake you can make is not wearing a mask. That’s the bottom line. Do not share air. Put on a mask. “
By the time of writing, the total number of new crown infections in the world had exceeded 11.03 million, of which more than 523,000 had died. There were more than 2.79 million new confirmed cases in the United States, including more than 129,000 deaths.