COVID-19 seems to be a seasonal virus in the temperate climate zone, like other flu-like viruses. It implies that we can expect a second wave from week 33 (+/- 1 week) onwards.
In case of doubts, simply follow the WHO advices, to prevent the spreading of the virus.
Especially, for people that belong to a risk group – higher age (50+) or already exposed to at least one co-morbid condition – it’s critical to take care of preventive measures. Preventively, it’s highly advisable to minimize social contacts for people belonging to such risks groups.
If you have been in so-called affected areas where the COVID-19 virus has been spread extensively, or if you met people that tested positive on Covid-19, further advices are applicable:
The best general advice is to maintain a healthy lifestyle as people with a good functioning and flexible immune system are the least affected by the Covid-19 virus. This includes healthy diets with sufficient fruits and vegetables, regular exercising, avoiding excessive intake of alcohol and non-smoking.
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