Corona – Do’s and Don’ts

We all know that Corona virus is highly contagious and already declared a pandemic by WHO (World Health Organisation). We must remember that prevention is better than cure and take all precautionary measures to prevent its spread.

Do’s –

  • Maintain personal hygiene and physical distancing.
  • Practice frequent hand washing. Wash hands with soap and water or use alcohol-based hand rub. Wash hands even if they are visibly clean.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with handkerchief/tissue while sneezing and coughing.
  • Throw used tissues into closed bins immediately after use.
  • Maintain a safe distance from persons during interactions, especially with those having flu-like symptoms.
  • Sneeze in the inner side of your elbow and not to cough into the palms of your hands.
  • Take their temperature regularly and check for respiratory symptoms. To see a doctor if you feel unwell (fever, difficulty in breathing and coughing). While visiting doctor, wear a mask/cloth to cover your mouth and nose.


  • Shake hands
  • Have a close contact with anyone, if you’re experiencing cough and fever.
  • Touch your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Sneeze or cough into palms of your hands.
  • Spit in public.
  • Travel unnecessarily, particularly to any affected region.
  • Participate in large gathering, including sitting in group at canteens.
  • visit gyms, clubs and crowded places, etc.
  • Spread rumours or panic.

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  2. Teknik Hurda

    America’s supply of bauxite and readily available electricity for primary metal production resulted in soaring output that eventually topped the production levels of all of the Axis countries combined.

  3. gevye

    Lustig introduced himself as a government official and told the businessmen that the city of Paris could no longer afford the upkeep of the then 26 year old monument and that he had been instructed to sell it as scrap metal.

  4. esenyurt

    The general consensus amongst historians however, is that a lot of the metal collected, particularly the iron, was never recycled as weapons of war and that instead, the drive was an elaborate propaganda scheme designed to keep the citizen’s morale high.

  5. ergene

    During World War II, Londoners took part in an enormous scrap metal drive where the iron doors and railings surrounding parks, houses, shops, and public buildings was taken away to be melted down and made into munitions, aircraft and tanks.

  6. Teknik Hurda

    Oberlin College student Charles Hall and French engineer Paul Heroult separately and simultaneously develop an inexpensive electrolysis process by which aluminum can be extracted from aluminum oxide.

  7. Teknik Hurda

    The large amount of electricity required to power the electrolytic process limited the production of aluminum. Hall received U.S. patent #400,666 in 1889.

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