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Coronavirus- Precautionary Steps to Follow

The Coronavirus outbreak has reached 185 countries, with more than 276,462 thousand infected and more than 11,417 dead and recovered more than 91,954 worldwide. More and more countries are taking drastic measures to prevent the spread of the virus. An important step is a quarantine, which is to isolate the affected or suspected person. Due to its extreme shape, the entire area, cities, and countries are quarantined (as is the case in Italy) with few facilities operating at a normal level.

The fear of being quarantined has created a phenomenon called panic buying, as people try to stock up on food and other items to meet their needs during this time. This unexpected question created scenes in which people fought each other in messages about small objects. It is very important that we, as responsible citizens and individuals, communicate calmly and avoid panic attacks. This only happens if we know how to prepare for quarantine.

To avoid a run-up in facilities and hassle, it is a wise decision if you are preparing for a coronavirus outbreak. It won’t hurt if you prepare for quarantine for many days at home. This preparation should take up to two weeks or it would overload delivery to lose everything of the grocery store shelves, creating further difficulties. In this article, we look at what items you need and how to prepare for quarantine.

Check the list for preparing quarantine:

Tracking items are important for your quarantine preparation, but always keep in mind that moderation is the way to go. There’s no point putting yourself on the lip and the whole place suffers from scarcity.

  1. Mineral Water. It is strongly recommended not only to increase your water consumption but to maintain a good volume at home if you are not using tap water.
  2. Antibacterial soaps and disinfectants, disinfectants.
  3. Buy some extra bathrooms, face masks, detergents as these are things you can use later too.
  4. Have some basic home remedies such as bandages, ointments, pain killers, antiallergy, anti-inflammatory, fever and cough, and vitamin supplements.
  5. Foods such as canned meat, tuna, instant noodles, milk, cooking oil, wheat flour and packets of crackers, peanut butter, jam, and butter.
  6. Small amounts of fresh fruits and vegetables (since they can be released within 14 days), so a better option is canned food with a long shelf life.
  7. Canned beans, nuts, soups, legumes, rice, and sugar.
  8. If you have enough storage space, frozen foods is an option.
  9. Heavy trash bags to remove waste.
  10. Many houses already supply daily items, but make sure you have at least 14 hours of toothpaste, toilet paper, ladies, diapers, detergents.
  11. If you use a gas cylinder for cooking purposes, prepare an additional or an alternative cooking plan.

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