PREVENTION OF COVID-19

Primordial prevention of Covid-19 involves education of both susceptible and non-susceptible masses on what to in order to avoid being infected with the coronavirus and all it’s risk factors.

Part of the primordial prevention for the coronavirus includes vaccination of all infants around the globe, with this carried out, there will be a lesser chance of its spread and also it will greatly reduce that chances of people coming down with coronavirus.

The importance of sanitisation to prevent exposure to the infectious coronavirus in our environment and community at large must be taught to the people all over the world.

Constant proper hand washing and at the right times must be inculcated into the society and families such that parents can start educating their young ones even before they are taught in schools on the benefit and importance of hand washing too. It must also be practiced and taught from a basic level of education to help avoid spreading germs and the chances of germs being transported by us.

Promoting a generally healthy life style by both teaching on the importance of nose mask and by distributing nose masks to the masses or making it very affordable to the people of less than average financial status.

Instilling in the people that staying at home when ever they are sick will help them not to further spread the virus and making health education a core course from crèche.

Primary prevention of coronavirus involves changing behaviours or exposures than can lead to diseases; it also involves enhancing resistance to the effect of exposures. It involves sending health workers to various towns and cities to enable them spread knowledge and create awareness on everything the people need to know about the coronavirus and how they can prevent it, this might include teaching then communities the right kind of food to eat to enable them have strong immunity that can fight of the symptoms of coronavirus, it also involves distribution of nose masks to the masses, it involves enlightenment on the susceptible age grade so that they know that they have to avoid crowded areas, it involves education on the importance of staying home when you have any illness that may seem contagious, it also involves promotion of health by awarding families in specific communities who have led an exemplary life. Handing over some worthy presents to the community chief can do this, such that at the right time they can hand over the presents, which will benefit the family and society at large. An example might be opening a nose mask shop for the family for free which will be sold to the community at a cheap rate. It may also involve the government helping communities have access to clean water in their societies and sanitisers for hygiene purposes It may also involve exercising to keep the body strong.

SECONDARY PREVENTION this involves early detection and arrest of the corona virus in an individual, it involves making labs available and affordable for people to get tested whenever they feel like their health is not in order, this will lead to detecting coronavirus early enough, giving the patient a greater chance of defeating the virus and it will lead to the prevention of spread.

Setting up a proper surveillance system and the Proper use of the surveillance and monitoring system to catch and keep track of the coronavirus increases and prevent another outbreak.

TERTIARY PREVENTION involves helping the patient who has been diagnosed with the coronavirus to function properly while they are recovering from the illness or after treatment, it involves the modification of the lifestyle of the patient to enable them get well faster while going about their regular activities. It may involve rehabilitation of patients or individuals who maybe experiencing a longer disabling effect at any stage of the coronavirus infection. This means there will be need for more coronavirus rehabilitation specialists and centres.

Special trainings should be held to enable health workers at all levels learn how to handle coronavirus situations so that recovering patients can be sent to them to help the specialists work better knowing that their recovering patients are not going to relapse knowing they are in Good care.