How to avoid having to deal with coronavirus at home
The coronaviral pandemic has hit the U.S. hard, especially the U:The U.K., France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Australia and New Zealand all have high numbers of coronaviruses.
But some states and cities have seen the most.
Here’s how to avoid a coronavire outbreak at home.1.
Do your research.
The U.N. and CDC have issued guidelines on how to check if you have an infectious disease.
If you’re at risk for contracting a coronovirus, talk to your health care provider.2.
Know how you got there.
In the U., coronavides are usually spread through direct contact, like coughing or sneezing, or from sharing contaminated needles or other objects.
In other countries, coronaviroids can be spread by close contact with an infected person.3.
Keep a list.
Find out where your family members have been and know if they have a history of getting infected.4.
Wear protective clothing, get tested for coronavira before and after the event, and use hand sanitizer at home and on public transportation.5.
To help avoid an outbreak, ask your doctor if you can be tested for the coronavirenz.
If so, take a serum test.
If not, you can get an antifungal medicine.
If your tests come back negative, your health insurance company may reimburse you for a test.
You can also contact your state health department to find out if they will pay for your testing.
For tips on avoiding an outbreak of coronoviruses, visit ABCNews.com/Health.