UNICEF offers Coronavirus protection measures
UNICEF offers Coronavirus protection measures |UNICEF launches a public awareness campaign on the Coronavirus The UN humanitarian organization UNICEF launched a public awareness campaign for the Coronavirus, explaining some of the causes and prevention of the outbreak.
According to a UNICEF report, the Coronavirus is large (400 to 500 micron) in size. The virus does not live in the air but on the ground, so it does not pass through the air from one place to another.
The report said that when coronavirus falls on a metal surface it will survive for 12 hours, so wash hands with soap and water.
In addition, when the coronavirus is exposed to the cloth, it lasts for 9 hours, so washing the clothes thoroughly and staying in the sun for at least two hours will kill the virus.
UNICEF reports that the virus lives on the hands for about ten minutes, so thorough washing with disinfectant soap serves the purpose of preventing the spread of this germ.
If the Coronavirus is exposed to temperatures ranging from 26 to 27 degrees Celsius, it will die automatically because the virus cannot survive in hot environments.
UNICEF reports that excessive use of hot water and sun rays can help prevent its spread.
UNICEF warns that cool drinks, including ice cream, and drinks should be avoided. Soaking with hot and salty water can kill the tonsils germs and prevent them from getting into the lungs.
UNICEF says that following these guidelines could serve the purpose of preventing HIV from the Coronavirus.