Stop Wearing Masks! Just by washing your hands and staying indoors are better precautions to fight the virus while sick and other normal people panic and take unnecessary preventive actions considering them to be the best protection. People affected by Corona have an intention to find resources to fight the coronavirus.
“The Masked Men” roam on the streets with a grit of being safe and the assumption that they are safe. But unfortunately, this is a lie spread to endorse the business of medical masks. The scenario has become a mask boom in the urban and central Asia with coronavirus popping up in India, Nepal, Arab, and the United States; many have begun buying face masks as a form of protection. Despite the saying, they’re unnecessary; yes they are not needed to protect a good healthy man.
The US people are also aware that the Doctor says your mask won’t help you against coronavirus. But India Vendors are very talented in selling a 5 rupee mask for 20 rupees, making millions of profit! Redoact suggests you to avoid falling prey for these marketing tricks.
They won’t be available to the medical professionals who are at the highest risk for disease transmission. The real use of the mask is to avoid the virus affected man spreading his disease to others; Mask is useful to an unhealthy person. If a person sneezes or coughs the virus spread through tiny droplets of this saliva. The WHO (World Health Organization) teaches people when and how to use masks. See Here!
However, a healthy person need not wear a mask unless he wants to make himself uncomfortable. One has the urge to tough his nose, adjust the mask and feel tight in breathing.
Yet, there is another virus worse than Corona found! To avoid it’s infection follow basic steps,
• Avoid unwanted touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
• Stay home when you are sick (consult a doctor).
• Avoid close contact with the sick.
• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash, if you feel you want to use a mask, and then go for it.
• Clean frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
• Wash your hands often with any alcohol soap liquid and water for at least 20 seconds, before eating, and after blowing your nose, sneezing or coughing.