The rainy season is followed by festivals and the rise in the number of COVID-19 cases has started again. The risk of many infections increases during the rainy season. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, a total of 12,751 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in India in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases of COVID-19 to 4,41,74,650 so far. Not only that, 42 people died from Covid, after which the death toll rose to 5,26,772.
The number of cases in India currently stands at 1,31,807, which is 0.31 percent of the total number of cases. Also, the recovery rate is currently 98.50 percent. In the last 24 hours, 16,412 people were cured of the infection, bringing the total number of those cured to 4,35,16,071.
It’s the rainy season, so any carelessness can affect the health of you and your loved ones. Because this time people are also threatened by the danger of monkeypox, so it is important to take special care of health.
In such a situation, let us tell you what things you must keep in mind during this time. Do’s and don’ts to protect you and your family.
To avoid Kovid-19 in the rainy season, take special care of these things
These days stay at home whenever possible, it’s the best way to avoid diseases
Wash your hands several times a day for at least 20 seconds, especially before and after leaving the house and before and after eating.
cover your mouth and nose with your elbow when you cough or sneeze
Wear a mask when you are outside your home and wear a good quality mask
When going out, keep a distance of at least 6 feet from people, keep a little distance even when talking.
stay home if you feel sick
If you feel very unwell, call your doctor to ask if medication can be taken or if a personal consultation is needed.
Continue taking all medications until your doctor tells you to stop.
Do not repeat these mistakes even by forgetting
Do not take medicines that have not been prescribed by a doctor
Do not drink dirty water or eat food outside.
Don’t go to crowded places like parks or beaches.
Don’t forget to get the Covid vaccine, don’t ignore it.
Many of us can be lonely and afraid. So please take care of your mental health. Meet your friends and family members online or over the phone and share your feelings. Above all, stay safe!