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2 months ago

A balanced diet helps maintain your immune system. Make sure you are getting the right mix of nutrients irrespective of your dietary preferences. Do not fall for rumours about eggs, non-veg or ... See more

3 months ago

While there is historical evidence of flu like viruses subsiding in the summer, this has not happened anywhere across the world so far. There are new cases appearing every day. Social distancing and ... See more

3 months ago

Alcoholic drinks do not kill the coronavirus (COVID-19). Hand sanitisers with 60% or more alcohol content help minimize risk but soap is still the best means of killing the virus. Ensure you are ... See more

3 months ago

While regular bathing is good for general hygiene. There is no conclusive proof that a hot bath or shower is effective in killing the coronavirus (COVID-19). Soap is the only effective means of ... See more

3 months ago

Soap is the most effective means of killing the virus once you come into contact with it. To minimize the risk, practice safe hand hygiene and wash with soap frequently. For information on ... See more

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Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth and explain the importance of this precaution to your loved ones. To minimise risk, practice safe hand hygiene and wash with soap frequently. For information on ... See more

3 months ago

Objects of frequent contact such as phones, remotes and keyboards are usually highly contaminated. Sanitise such surfaces thoroughly at least once a day. For information on precautions to be taken or ... See more

3 months ago

Your food products and the packaging like milk pouches, fruit and vegetable covers may have been handled by various persons. To ensure there is no risk of infection, wash and thoroughly rinse them ... See more

3 months ago

Soap, hand sanitisers and disinfectants can kill the virus present on the surfaces touched by an infected person or on your body. They can not kill the virus inside you, if you are already ... See more

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