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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