How does Covid-19 Spread?
We know that the dreaded SARS-CoV is around, but how do you catch it?
The virus spreads through several ways and here’s what they are: – Contact with an infected person (such as hugging). It can also be spread when someone touches something which has feces on them; even if there isn’t anything visibly crossed out like “DO NOT TOUCH”. Other risks include sharing drinks or food consumed between individuals who have been infected by different strains of this same pathogen before yours!.
Protection from new varient of Covid-19
You can’t be too careful when it comes to COVID-19. Make sure that everyone in your family is vaccinated, even if they are younger than 5 years old and cannot receive the vaccine because of their age or health conditions like weakened immune systems which could make them more susceptible to infection from this virus….
COVID-19 is a dangerous virus, and you need to protect yourself from it as soon as possible. Authorized COVID-19 vaccines can help do just that! You should get an official vaccine today so we don’t have any more victims of this terrible pandemic in America – plus there are other great benefits too such as being able to take part again in things you had stopped doing due to its severity (or maybe even start new activities).
COVID-19 is coming back and we need to make sure that you are protected. The authorizes vaccines can help keep this virus at bay, so get vaccinated as soon as possible!
Wear a mask
Wearing a mask in indoor public places is the best way to protect yourself from cough and cold viruses. In general, you do not need to wear one outdoors unless there are high numbers of COVID-19 cases around or if your activity has close contact with others who aren’t vaccinated as well—like at music festivals! People whose immune systems have been weakened by conditions like cancer may still get sick even though they’ve had their shots, so it is important for these individuals to take every precaution recommended by health professionals including wearing masks when infected goes airborne.
Wash your hands often
Always wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing into them or touching someone else’s face. It is important to thoroughly scrub the outside of each digit as well because there are many bacteria that can be transferred this way without ever becoming sick yourself! Be sure you do not forget any other places where germs might reside: such as a bathroom sink countertop; an outdoor rock wall near playgrounds which kids commonly use when playing soccer under the hot sun.
Stay 6 feet away from others
Here are some tips to help you stay healthy during flu season!
Avoid close contact with people who have been sick. If possible, maintain 6 feet between the person who is infected and other household members so it’s easier for them not to spread their virus around in your home or community space where everyone spends time together often such as at work (or if they’re children).
Clean and disinfect
Cleaning your home is not just about keeping it clean for you, but also the people who will be coming over. If someone has tested positive or been sick with COVID-19 and they’ve touched any surface in their house that needs cleaning – from tables to desks handles light switches countertops, etc., make sure there’s no residue left behind by washing them off before disinfection!
Cover coughs and sneezes
Coughing and sneezing can spread flu germs, so be sure to cough or sneeze into your mask rather than onto clothing. Use new masks as soon as possible after wearing them, wash hands immediately with soap and water for at least 20 seconds if available, or use a hand sanitizer that has 60% alcohol content.