Precaution for Corona

Precaution for Corona

The 2019 coronavirus has taken the world by storm, and understandably so. The number of confirmed cases continues to rise every day, the mortality rate seems high, and many questions about the outbreak remain unanswered.

Considering all this, the prevention methods are fairly simple.

What is this coronavirus?

Coronaviruses were discovered in the 1960s. They form a fairly large family, with seven known human pathogens. Coronaviruses are believed to cause a significant percentage of all common colds. The colds from coronaviruses tend to be more severe than the average, causing fever and bronchitis. In some cases, it can cause pneumonia, which can be life-threatening.

This new strain, simply called the novel coronavirus (or 2019-nCoV, or the Wuhan coronavirus), is not the first dangerous coronavirus. Genetic sequences show similarities to the SARS-CoV (79.5% similar), which caused a severe outbreak in 2003, killing over 800 people.

So far, there is no tailored treatment or vaccine for the novel coronavirus — but luckily, for most people, the body can deal with the disease on its own.

Although 99% of infections are in China, there are concerns about the virus spreading internationally. Here are the best coronavirus prevention practices, as presented by the CDC and health professionals.

What to do if you think you have the coronavirus

First of all, if you exhibit any flu-like symptoms and have traveled to China or been exposed to someone who has, consult with your local physician or health body for a diagnosis as soon as possible.

Methods of prevention against the coronavirus

There’s nothing really particular to this virus — it’s mostly general tips that also apply to other viral diseases such as influenza.

1. Wash your hands

That’s it — your best best bet against the coronavirus is washing your hands. This simple act is surprisingly good at clearing pathogens off your hands.

Wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds — think of it as the length of a song chorus. If soap and water are not available, you can use an alcohol-based sanitizer with an alcohol content of at least 60%.

It’s simple, straightforward, and very effective. Wash your hands, and you’re already on the right track.

There it is: your best ally against the coronavirus, the humble soap. Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds.

2. Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands

Part of the reason why it’s so important to wash your hands (compared to other parts compared to other parts of your body) is that your hands are always in contact with your face — specifically, your eyes, nose, and mouth.

The coronavirus is a respiratory infection, so your respiratory tract is particularly susceptible.

The mucous membranes are also more vulnerable to disease transmission in general. If you touch your face a lot, wash your hands a lot.

3. Disinfect your phone once in a while

Picture this scenario. You somehow get a virus on your hands. You tinker with your phone a bit, wash your hands, and then take a call. You then happily scratch your nose, knowing that you’ve washed your hands.

Our phones are covered in germs. We tend to forget about it as this is a relatively new problem, but phones are in contact with our face all the time, and they can pass on germs.

If you do this, though, be careful — antibacterial wipes and disinfectants can be abrasive and scratch your phone. The best way to disinfect your phone is to use an alcohol-based sanitizer and a plain cloth. Again, it’s simple and super effective.

This goes for other objects whose surfaces you are often in contact with.

4. Avoid sick people

Of course, this is easier said than done. The best starting place is avoiding close contact with strangers (on public transportation, for instance), and steering clear of sneezes and coughs. Avoiding large, crowded gatherings is also something to consider. If you must attend such an event, you can use a face mask — however, Some Physicians Argue that the prevention efficacy of masks has not been proven.

If you yourself sneeze or cough, cover your mouth a tissue and throw the tissue away. Germs that can infect the respiratory system often spread through mucus and saliva that people expel when they cough or even just talk.

5. Stay home if you’re sick. Tell sick colleagues to stay home

The CDC (and all national health bodies) Say that You should stay at home when you are sick. This goes for the coronavirus, the flu, any contagious disease.

If you have any symptoms, consult your doctor and don’t just brush it off. If you see any colleagues or coworkers struggling, advise them to stay home.

6. Keep your surroundings clean, and practice good hygiene

Again, this is general advice, but it can go a long way. Clean your room a bit, sanitize those doorknobs once in a while, wash regularly and thoroughly.

Soap is your best ally — and this cannot be emphasized enough.

7. Avoid eating raw animal products (especially from infected areas)

The consumption of raw or undercooked animal products should be avoided. Raw meat is never a good idea. The same goes for the consumption of any raw ingredients, including milk or animal organs. It should be noted that some cheeses are also made from raw milk.

Everything should be cooked sufficiently to ensure that pathogens have been eliminated.

Avoiding markets with live animals is also a good idea. should be handled with care, to avoid cross-contamination with uncooked foods, as per good food safety practices.

Travel advice for the coronavirus

The CDC does have Specific Guidance for Travelers but it has issued a few warnings and recommendations. Recommendations from other health bodies fall in the same line.

  • Avoid non-essential trips to China, particularly to big cities and the province of Hubei, whose capital is Wuhan.
  • If you do have to travel, pay extra attention to the prevention measures above.
  • Avoid traveling when sick.
  • Seek medical help if you are concerned.
  • If you travel to China, be prepared for airport screenings and potential quarantine.
  • Stay informed. This is an ongoing situation which can change quickly.

Luzindana Adam Buyinza CEO of Public Opinions International

On 20th June 2019 Luzindana Adam Buyinza Executive Secretary of the Council for Sustainable Peace and Development who is also the Team Leader/CEO of Public Opinions International held a high level meeting with H.E Prof General James Wani Igga the Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan and discussed wide ranging issues such as Providing Public Relations and Lobby Services to South Sudan Government,Sustainable Peace and Development for South Sudan, Promoting Investment into South Sudan, Promoting visibility of south Sudan worldwide through Global Outreach Programs, Infrastructural development, attracting investors to invest in Oil and Gas Sector, Health Sector, Education Sector, Roads and Railways,etc.


Gen James Wani Igga was born in 1949. He is a South Sudanese politician who is currently serving as the Vice President of South Sudan. He was Speaker of the National Legislative Assembly from 2011 to 2013 and secretary general of the Sudanese People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM).

General James Igga is variously described to stem from the Bari and Zande ethnic groups and he is a Roman Catholic. He studied economics in Cairo Egypt.

Igga joined the South Sudanese rebels in 1985, training in Cuba and Ethiopia. He rose through the Sudanese People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) ranks rapidly and by 1987 Igga had the rank of Major and commanded the Shakus Battalion. The same year he served as Zonal Commander of Central Equatoria and as a member of the SPLA High Command. Igga was reportedly well-respected among civilians.

Igga was one of the SPLA’s most senior representatives during negotiations with SPLA-Nasir. He represented Garang as the head of the SPLA-Torit delegation at peace talks in Nairobi in November 1991. In 1993 Igga accompanied Garang to Nairobi for a peacemaking seminar in June 1993 and to Kampala for an IGAD-mediated dialog with the Nasir faction. Igga had known Lam Akol, one of the Nasir leaders, since their time together in the Cuban training camp.

As chairman of the SPLM Political Affairs Commission, Igga established the Technical Committee of Intellectuals in February 2000. This Committee was tasked with planning the civil administration of Southern Sudan

Following the 2005 signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement establishing the autonomy of Southern Sudan, Igga was in charge transitioning the SPLM from an insurgent strategic leadership to a political party. He was chosen as the speaker of Southern Sudan Legislative Assembly in 2005, and he continued in that office until independence in 2011. In addition, Igga was appointed caretaker governor of Upper Nile State for the transition period.

Igga read out the proclamation of independence when the Sudans divided. Igga continued as the legislative speaker of the lower house from 2011 to 2013.

President Salva Kiir appointed Igga as vice president on 23 August 2013 to replace Riek Machar, whom he had dismissed a month previously. He will be required to resign as speaker. Igga was unanimously confirmed by the National Assembly on 26 August.


· Born on 7th July 1982 in Kayunga District, Republic of Uganda.

· Luzindana Adam Buyinza is the Focal Person for Africa Great Lakes Region of KGlobal (Washington DC USA).KGlobal is an International Public Relations firm based in Washington DC United States of America (USA).

· Luzindana Adam Buyinza is the Team Leader of Public Opinions International a small field based agency working to attainment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through public awareness, information dissemination, Public Relations, training and mentorship, business/investment advisory, international exchange programs, Awarding achievements, etc. Public Opinions works closely with KGlobal Washington DC.

· Luzindana Adam is a Promoter of Sustainable Peace and Development in South Sudan and play crucial role in attracting Foreign Investment into South Sudan.

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