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How to Help Prevent the Coronavirus

While reading this latest ultimate BargainBrute.Com "How-To Article" please remember that over the past few weeks, many myths and sheer cases of alarmism have sprung up around the internet about the SARS-CoV-2 or Coronavirus.

This "How To Article" is not intended to alarm anyone; it is meant just for advice on how to minimize the chances of contracting the virus if it should spring up within your neighborhood. Authors note: Be careful and alert if you feel you have contracted the virus seek medical health immediately.

As of today, the Coronavirus has affected 79,773 people in 37 countries, of these 2,629 are said to have perished from the sickness. On a good note, 25,272 have, as of the 24th February 2020,  made a full recovery.

With many fresh outbreaks of a new strain of Coronavirus or SARS-CoV-2, reported you may be worried about catching the virus yourself. However, while the Coronavirus can be severe, there are several preemptive measures which can help protect your health both in public, at home, or while caring for a sick individual.

The "Coronavirus" is what we call a lingering virus, it is very talented at hiding on everyday surfaces like door handles, countertops, and of course meat products. So with this in mind, it is terribly important not to touch your eyes, mouth or nose as this virus can linger on your fingers before being passed into your body by invading your body cavities.

The only answer to the above is to wash your hands regularly with warm water and hand soap, and I do not mean a quick swill, clean them thoroughly for at least 30 seconds, more if possible. If you do not have access to running water, then use a good sanitizer which is made up of at least 60% of alcohol, and last but not least do not forget to wash your hands after handling meat products or just before you eat.  

Everyone is busy, so no matter what you do to avoid it, you will come into contact with large groups of people while going about your everyday activities. My advice is to simply look-out for people who are displaying classic flu-like symptoms like sneezing and coughing, both symptoms spread the disease through the air.

To minimize the above, always try to cover both your mouth and nose, use an old scarf or hanky, remembering to dispose of them or wash them regularly. Better still, use a properly fitting mask. Pop over to our hosts, BargainBrute, who will help you find the product most suitable for protecting you by using the following link BargainBrutes Online Medical Supplies Warehouse

One word of caution once you have found a correctly fitted facemask, make sure that when you remove it from your face, you utilize the following procedure, it will help aid in your protection.

Do not take the mask away from your face by pulling on the nose and mouth covering, this will just pass the germs onto your hands. To correctly remove the mask, just grasp the strings holding the mask behind your ears and remove, do not touch the actual mask covering, dispose of correctly.

Washing of clothes and linens: If you are in, or believe you are in an affected area I am sorry to say that many of your everyday items including clothing, bedding, and towels can become a breeding ground for the new Coronavirus, so you must wash all of these items regularly in the following fashion.

1: Use the heavy-duty setting on your washing machine

2: Wash on the hottest setting

3: Where possible, add a cap-full of color safe bleach along with your detergent.

The above procedure will help sanitize against most known viruses.

Meat and eggs are a breeding ground for most known viruses so all must be cooked thoroughly if you are to stand any chance of killing any germs at all. With this in-mind ensure you cook the following products until they have reached their correct internal temperature

Turkey and Chicken = 165 degrees Fahrenheit or 74 degrees celcius.

Beef or Pork = 145 degrees Fahrenheit or 63 degrees celcius.

Ground meat = 160 degrees Fahrenheit or 71 degrees celcius.

Eggs must reach at least 160 degrees Fahrenheit or 71 degrees celcius.

Well, my good friends, we have come to the end of yet another "BargianBrute Ultimate How-To Article," and all that remains is for me to thank both you and for my hosts BargainBrute.Com voted America's favorite place to shop online in 2020 for giving me the platform to write upon.

Please remember try not to get stressed out this will simply deplete your natural immune system.

See you all again tomorrow for yet another "Ultimate BargainBrute How-To Daily Column".   

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