8. What we have learned since writing the first seven sections

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    • amarynth on: March 15, 2020 at 2:33 pm #3985

      Keeping the viral load low

      1. Rinse the throat frequently and even do some nasal rinsing. https://www.healthline.com/health/sinus-flush

      2. The virus is physically large, heavy and therefore does not hover but falls, it lasts for 5-10 minutes on the hands, on the suit and fabrics for a few hours, on the metal (locks, etc.) for up to 12 hours. 5-10 minutes, as long as the virus lingers on the hands, is a long period, because during this time it can get on your food, touching the nose, eyes, mouth … So wash your hands often with warm water.

      3. Resistant to 23C. Therefore, you should wash your hands with warm water, expose yourself to the sun, wash your wardrobe and hang in the sun.

      5. If you go out in your car or vehicle, leave it in the sun as hot as possible for a period of 6 hours.

      6. Because of its size, it does not easily pass through protective masks – wear masks!

      7. The virus first settles in the nose and throat, scratching, teasing.
      It does not cause nasal secretion (mucus) (important for differentiating it from other viral infections!)

      8. If infected, drink hot drinks, warm water, do not use cold and ice.
      Rinse your throat (Betadine’s throat suggestion) to try to flush it out. Cough – dry, irritable, with no secretions (phlegm). There is no fever. So, most importantly, there is no excess nasal mucus and no phlegm.

      9. The first phase lasts 2-4 days.
      After that, after 5-6 days, the virus can enter the lungs and then an elevated fever occurs, dry cough and shortness of breath are a sign that the virus is in the lungs.
      So try not to get the virus into your lungs.

      10. The safe distance from the infected is 3m.

      • This topic was modified 11 months, 2 weeks ago by amarynth.
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