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16.03.2020 Feature Article

Coronavirus: The Optimum Mode Of Prevention

Coronavirus: The Optimum Mode Of Prevention
LISTEN MAR 16, 2020

Indeed! We have all seen, heard and attest to every fact that there is still an existence of this deadly virus known as CORONAVIRUS or COVID 19.It is a fact not false on this earth that there is an urgent need to rectify this contagious virus and that the urgent solutions or the optimum mode of preventing COVID 19 are found to this seemingly insurmountable the ease.

However, for COVID 19 not to spread or escalate its death tolls we need to adhere to instructions in order to fulfil the purpose of preventing it amicably. Though various mass education are circulating on social media to put us on our toes there is also the need to comply with the precautionary measures whilst government together with all health parties continue to work tirelessly to ensure that the situation is reduced drastically to its barest minimum.

Therefore, I wish to encourage everyone to take care of their families by adhering to the pragmatic measures that can refrain us from COVID 19. Spiritually, it is also important to go down on our knees to ask God’s intervention for we are not fighting against flesh and blood but against spiritual principalities.

On the more serious note, let us adhere to the following measures issued to the whole wide world.

  1. Regular and thorough washing of hands with soap under running water and use of alcohol-based sanitizers.

  1. Avoid shaking of hands.

  1. Keep a distance of at least two meters from a person with fever, cough, sneezing and difficulty in breathing.

  1. Drink plenty of water, eat healthily, avoid stress and have enough sleep.

It is incumbent on everybody to adhere to the practical hygienic method of preventing COVID 19.

EDWARD FRIMPONG
ACCRA, GHANA.
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Edward Frimpong
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