How do you make sure that you do not have a corona in 15 seconds?

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With the outbreak of the new Corona virus "Covid-19" in the world, the number of infections has increased to about 160 thousand, and the death of about 6 thousand people, it is imperative for every person to take care and be careful about this deadly virus.

A recent study by the University of Stamford USA stated that you can confirm whether or not you are infected with the Coronavirus through a daily procedure that takes only a few seconds.

Take a deep breath and mute it for 10 or 15 seconds after you wake up in the morning. If you can do this without coughing, if you are healthy from corona and if you have a cough or cramps, see your doctor immediately.

This simple preventive measure came in the latest study of the American University to detect whether or not it has a corona, as the person does it himself before any real symptoms such as coughing or a rise in body temperature appear.

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The study recommended drinking water every 15 minutes and not leaving the throat dry, keeping hands sterilized, washing them constantly, and disinfecting metal surfaces inside the home and public places.

The Corona virus is rapidly emerging in the world, one of the other, and the risk of infection is not only present in China, where the first infection was recorded, but the danger became present to everyone.

Despite the success of the quarantine procedures, similar to what happened in central China's Hubei province, where the disease first appeared, experts say it is impossible to separate completely between the sick and the sick, with open skies and borders that were rarely known to close.

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