COVID-19, which has been

Guidelines for kids and older people during coronavirus outbreak

COVID-19, which has been declared as pandemic and has caused an outbreak. It has spread like wild fire. Doctors and scientists have been constantly working to find the vaccine. There has been no luck lately. While the mortality rate is increasing as every day passes and people are scared. Here are guidelines for kids and older age people during coronavirus outbreak.

Are Elder people at more risk?

The most effected people from this virus is people above the age of 60. If symptoms such as fever, cough and shortness of breath is visible then do not try to take care of the elder parents or relatives. It is better to consult your family doctor. World health Organization has also identified elderly people vulnerable to the novel coronavirus. The government has asked older people to avoid crowds as much as possible, as elder people might have chronic conditions which could worsen the situation.

Is COVID-19 affecting children as well?

Few studies suggest that a smaller number of children get fever, shortness of breath or cough. Severe illness has also been reported in children in few cases. First of all, it is a fact that immunity is strong in childhood and decreases as you turn old.

Stop the virus from spreading

1. Use sanitizer

You should wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Avoid touching objects as much as possible. 

2. Avoid contact with pets

Avoid any kid of contact with pets like sharing food, being kissed or licked.

3. Social distancing

It is the most crucial step. Maintain social distance while going out to buy groceries or any essential item.

4. Don’t mix clothes

A typical Indian family believes in sharing. Make sure the towels they use or the chair or sofa they sit on shouldn’t be used by anyone else in family.

5. Thoroughly wash clothes and utensils

Make sure elder people wear fresh washed clothes everyday. Dry utensils are washing them.

Hence, guidelines for kids and older people must be followed during the coronavirus outbreak.

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