8 Tips For You To Stay Hygienic and Safe While the COVID-19 Virus Pandemic
1. Laundry is the next step in all the necessary protection. If you have any dirty towels, make sure you do laundry as much as lossible since you use them to clean your face. Change the bedding every week, and be sure you don’t shake out your dirty laundry, because there’s always a chance you can release some virus particles in the air.
Besides, warm water is your best friend when it comes to loading. Remember that.
2. We advise you to not to go outsite if necessary since there’s a lot of delivery services at a bargain on the Internet. If you decided to visit the grocery on your own, no matter what the option of buying is, remember to throw unnecessary packaging into a trashcan. If you’re using takeout services, before you started warming up, remove the packaging the food came in, then place your meal on a clean plate, and go and wash your hands.
3. Try to avoid perishables if there’re any in the fridge or freezer. When you’re inside the grocery store, always take a look on expiration dates before placing foods into a cart. If you’re meat addict, and usually prefer steakes to be cooked rare, try to avoid your preferences for some time. Right now it’s more foolproof to cook to a reccomended temperature.
4. Be wise, and don’t let any entrepreneurs with deep pockets and shallow minds use you. If you’re about to buy a hand sanitizer, the first thing you need to take a look at is product composition. The basic sanitizer should contain a minimum of 60%, and no per cent less. If you see any dirt on your hands, don’t rush and firstly rinse your hands with water and soap, then go for sanitizer. And not vice versa.
5. In order to make some savings through this difficult time, you should be more careful to the electronic items you use. If you don’t want to damage your smartphone and place it into a trash can, visit any E-store and buy any wipeable cover exists. It’s much more convenient just to change a cover than to replace your smartphone with a new one. Make your investments wisely.
6. The world is full of colors. Try to use your imagination. Try to look at the coronavirus as it were paint. You need fresh paints to make a beautiful canvas. To get into your body, coronavirus needs to be fresh. When it starts to dry out, it’s not as harmful thibg as it were. Protect your eyes and mouth in order not to let “fresh” bacterias to get into your body.
7. When it comes to disinfection, some people may forget how the bacteria work. You should always have disinfectants wipes at hand, but you shouldn’t use one wipe on more than one surface. Yes, believe us, we understand how tempting it might be right now, since finding any cleaning products has become hunger games at stores. Do not proceed to the next surface if your wipe has already been used. If you do, you can just multiply bacterias and transfer them onto a “save” surface. Don’t play with your safety, don’t increase your risk even more. Use another wipe instead.
8. Some people treat social distance as a joke. Don’t be such a man. Yes, all the tips above were about your safety while cleaning and so on, but trust us – try to practice social distancing as much as possible. There’s no more hygienic option than just to be on guard and keep the distance. If you meet any friends on your way, bump elbows instead or just make a hand salute to them. That would be of a help in this situation.