CORONAVIRUS (COVID 19) OUTBREAK MYTHS VS FACTS

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CORONAVIRUS (COVID 19) OUTBREAK MYTHS VS FACTS

The COVID-19 pandemic has become one among the gravest health crises faced by humans. This pandemic is caused by a new form of coronavirus that was unknown to scientists until a months ago.So, along with the virus’s spread across the growth, myths about the contagion, treatments for the Covid-19 infection and preventive measures to keep yourself safe from the novel coronavirus have proliferated.

It is vital to refrain from placing your belief in any miraculous cures or conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 virus.Therefore, in this article we take a look at some widely shared myths about the novel coronavirus.

 

MYTH

 

 

 FACT

EATING GARLIC OR HOME REMEDIES food FOR FLU AND COMMON COLD) CAN HELP to  PREVENT INFECTION WITH THE NEW CORONAVIRUS.
 
 
Garlic is a healthy food that have antimicrobial properties. Also, vitamin C is an essential nutrient that supports immune function. However, there is no scientific evidence that eating garlic or lemon (or other foods for that matter) has protected people from the new coronavirus.
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 FACT

 

 
REGULARLY GARGLING WITH SALT amd warm water WATER OR SALINE CAN HELP PREVENT INFECTION from CORONAVIRUS, AS WELL as it also helps TO “FLUSH” THE VIRUS FROM YOUR MOUTH.
 
 
There is no scientific evidence that regularly gargling has protected people from COVID-19  infection . This  helps to  soothe a sore throat and will not prevent the virus from entering ther lungs—neither  by  drinking frequent sips of warm water.
 MYTH

 

 

 FACT

 
COVID-19  CANNOT BE TRANSMITTED IN AREAS WITH HOT AND HUMID temperature.

 

 

The Corona virus can be transmitted in ALL AREAS, includinareas with hot and humid temperature.

MYTH

FACT

 

 

TAKING SUNBATH AND DRINKING HOT WATER CONTINUOUSLY ARE THE EFFECT WAYS FROM  PREVENTING CORONAVIRUS.
There is no scientific data  that the COVID-19 can be killed at higher temperatures. Drinking warm water and taking sunbath may have other health benefits. For example, Sunbath is good to get Vitamin D, but excess exposure to sunlight may cause sunburn.

 

 

MYTH

  FACT

SPRAYING ALCOHOL OR CHLORINE on the BODY CAN KILL THE CORONAVIRUS.

Spraying alcohol or chlorine all over the body will not kill the virus  that has already entered the body. Spraying such substances can be dangerous for our  clothes and  mucous membranes (i.e. eyes, mouth).

MYTH

FACT

PNEUMONIAl vaccines  CAN PROTECT YOU from CORONAVIRUS.

No it doesnot protect you from COVID-19. Vaccines against pneumonia, such as pneumococcal vaccine and Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib) vaccine, do not provide protection from COVID -19 virus.. The virus is new and for which it needs its own vaccine.

By | 2020-11-11T08:00:24+00:00 November 11th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

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