How to Prevent Coronavirus

Seriously folks – STOP Buying CORONAVIRUS FREE SAMPLES! The manufacturers of these so-called free samples want you to believe that they can somehow protect your family from getting Coronavirus. Stop wasting your money on these useless products, because they are not effective at all in preventing the spread of Coronavirus to vulnerable populations. They only serve to prop up the well-known Coronavirus companies, while making less money for you.

There is a new type of virus that just broke out in the United States and that is called “Covid-19”. This is similar to the common cold or flu. However, it is also deadly. It was brought to the public’s attention through a major outbreak of influenza inanta (the name Coronavirus comes from the city where the first outbreak occurred). The name “Covid-19” was chosen to be based on its molecular similarities to the strain that causes a pandemic parainfluenza.

Since the pandemic, there has been a huge increase in cases of this virus in the general public. Therefore, there has been a corresponding increase in sales of “Covid-19” products for use in preventing the spread of the disease. These so-called “hand wash protectors” and “nose drops” are a complete waste of your time. What they and other similar products are designed to do is:

In testing, the CDC says that people can be infected with this virus through: “touching an area that has a nose or mouth sore, touching an object that has a broken surface, breathing in an infected person’s air, or breathing in dust or dirt that is contaminated with their saliva”. So, basically any contact with an open sore or break in the skin can lead to infection. So, you can pretty much brush your teeth with an open toothbrush and then touch your nose, put your hand in your mouth, and touch your nose with your hand without worrying about getting this virus. Of course, this all assumes that you don’t have any other open sores or breaks on your body.

If you did not know, the only way to contract this virus is to actually touch a person who has it. The most common way to get this virus is through a non-porous surface such as a hand-scrubbed bathroom floor, changing a baby’s diaper, or even walking barefoot at a public shower or locker room. However, because this type of virus is highly contagious, it can spread from one person to another even if they do not show any signs of illness. Therefore, it is very important that everyone wears a contaminate-proof mask or gown when using these facilities. Even if you do not have symptoms of illness, it is best to wear a contaminate mask if you do become sick. A good contaminate mask will contain an active ingredient such as Sarsaparilla or menthol to prevent the virus from spreading.

Another way to prevent coming into contact with an active outbreak of this infectious disease is to wash your hands frequently and thoroughly. This can include washing your hands in hot water before touching anything, as well as after using the restroom. It is recommended that you wash your hands in soap and hot water for 30 seconds to one minute. The hot water closes any possible pores that the virus particles may be able to enter. This is especially important if you use touch-to-touch products such as hand soap or lotions that do not guarantee non-contact, or those that are scented.

It is also recommended that you wash your hands every time you wash your hair. While the hot water kills bacteria and germs, it also kills any residual soap or hand detergent. This residue can cling to your skin and cause a secondary breakout. By washing your hands regularly, you reduce the risk of these germs making it to your eyes or traveling to your mouth.

Using hand sanitizer can help you minimize the risk of becoming infected with this illness. Using the right product such as an unscented liquid hand sanitizer, or an unscented lotion, helps to kill any germs that may be on your hands. Always shake or mix the solution before applying it to your skin. This will ensure that you do not apply any of the solution directly to your eyes, where it may sting. Hand sanitizers also work very well on inhalation, and they are great for cutting through the cold of winter to get to the heart of a cold!