People also need to know, even though there are many concerns about COVID-19, common-sense precautions can significantly reduce the risk of infection.
» Wash hands frequently
» Follow good contact lens hygiene
» Avoid rubbing or touching our mouth, nose, and especially our eyes.
» For people over 60, it’s better to stay home and do telehealth over the phone or video consultation until the pandemic flattens.
VITAMIN D BENEFIT
There is some evidence that indicates vitamin D may prevent COVID-19 infection and serious symptoms of the disease. The RDA for vitamin D is 600 IU daily for adults 70 and younger, and 800 IU daily for adults over 70. Vitamin D supplements of 1000 to 2000 IU is safe for most people.
CAN CORONAVIRUS BE TRANSMITTED BY FOOD OR FOOD PACKAGING?
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