Coronavirus – Facts and tips for protection

by Sri Regine Lherisson-Bey

Coronavirus also known as Covid-19 is the most recently discovered  disease on planet Earth. It is apparently spreading faster than it can be contained. Some epidemiologists are fearing that the viral situation might turn out to be a plague-like pandemic.

As of this writing, statistics have reported that 250,000.00 people worldwide have been infected by the Coronavirus. An estimated 16,000.00 have died.

Journalists have disclosed that governments of the world are expressing concerns about their ability to control the virus. Apparently, Coronavirus originated from Wuhan in China. As of now, the epicenter of the virus is expanding: the virus has been found to be fast spreading in Italy, Iran, Brazil, and other areas.

In the past two weeks, the US has reported a number of cases of Coronavirus.  The reported infected patients are individuals returning from trips abroad. All infected individuals have been put in isolation at military bases in California and Texas. In the past two weeks, 200 passengers from the Diamond Princess Cruise ship returning to the US from Wuhan were diagnosed as carriers of the virus. They were immediately placed into quarantine at an air force base in San Antonio, Texas. They are scheduled to be quarantined for three weeks. Authorities have reassured Texans that the quarantined Coronavirus patients are not a threat to the population.

Currently, there are conflicting reports about whether the Coronavirus has been on the increase or just decreasing worldwide. Some health authorities are warning US populations about the possibility of the disease’s increasing spread anywhere, any time.

Coronavirus’ profile

. Manifests itself in the form of flu-like symptoms.

. It is easily transmissible.

. Some infected carriers of Coronavirus are asymptomatic.

. Possibly man-made and accidentally spread after being mishandled in a lab in Wuhan, China.

. Risk of transmission is 2%.

. Has been found to affect mostly hospital workers treating infected patients and travelers in infected areas.

As of now, some efforts to control the virus involve travel restrictions and tightened regulations at many ports of entry worldwide. Many airports are performing mandatory screening tests for the virus, especially for travelers returning from infected areas.

In many countries throughout all of the world’s continents, a growing number of flights and cruises are being canceled until further notice.

Health organizations are making every effort to detect and report the virus in citizens and travelers.

Should you wear a virus protection mask?

Asians are to be lauded for wearing protective masks even routinely. Even though many people have been wearing masks in an effort to minimize the spread of the virus, masks are not exactly designed to be reliable virus protection gear. Masks may prevent bodily fluids from being projected onto others in case of sneezing or coughing, but offer no protection from airborne viruses.

Virus masks many not necessarily protect you. They may simply send a signal to other people that you are respectful and caring enough to at least express concerns about their health.

Tips for protecting the self and others

Even though the risks of virus spread are relatively small, it is not a reason to underestimate potential damage. As a rule of thumb, no one should consider themselves fully protected, especially from a virus that can exist in carriers that remain asymptomatic. An ounce of prevention however is worth a ton of cure.

  1. Wash your hands often, especially before touching foods and utensils. For proper washing, use soap for at least 20 seconds before rinsing for 20 seconds.
  2. Walk away from other people who cough or sneeze.
  3. Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze out of respect for others.
  4. Do not touch your eyes, nose, or lips unnecessarily.
  5. When you get home, do not walk indoors with your outdoors shoes. All shoe soles carry contaminants. For decontamination, use a sprayer bottle with diluted disinfectant and clean your shoe soles before putting your shoes in stow in a closet.
  6. Often sanitize your skin, hair, handbags, cell phones, tablet, laptop keyboard, car steering wheel, etc., to get rid of potential airborne pathogens or passed down germs.
  7. Do not borrow strangers’ pens or other items. Germs do recycle.
  8. Do not sit on your chairs or lie in bed with the clothes you were wearing outdoors. They may have collected contaminants.
  9. Sanitize your floor and all surface more often.
  10. Every night, before bed, wash your hands and nostrils well, then dry up. Apply one drop of sesame oil in each nostril. Sesame oil is know to have anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties. It is the only oil that penetrates the skin all the way to the bone marrow.
  11. Drink Green Tea and/or Black Tea; Thyme Tea; Oregano Tea; Garlic Tea (7 cloves in one pint of water, add a whole lemon and a pinch of salt, and a dash of cayenne pepper.). The above remedies have anti-viral and anti-microbial properties.
  12. Take Vitamin C to boost your natural immunity.
  13. Avoid eating food prepared in questionable conditions and by unsanitary people.
  14. Use liquid gold and silver in colloidal form. Science has proven that they are powerful anti viral agents. That is why they have been used by royalty since biblical times. [Contact me for more info on where to secure some at a very reasonable cost.]
  15. Assemble a survival kit with:
    1. A sturdy, waterproof pouch.
    2. Small liquid soap bottle with an easy squirt spout.
    3. Small bottle of hand sanitizer for times when water is not handy.
    4. Small paper towels.
    5. Bar soap if liquid soap is not available.
    6. A mini plastic pouch, bag, or shield for the soap.
    7. A tiny dropper bottle (recycled eye dropper is fine) with pure, unscented sesame oil.
    8. A tiny bottle of peppermint essential oil (as mouth/throat antiseptic).

Whether the Coronavirus ends up reaching the status of world pandemic or not, it is everyone’s duty to do their own research and keep abreast of the latest news on the matter.

As a reminder to the wise, for preventative reasons, nothing supersedes a high level of accountability in reinforcing sanitation measures for the self and others.

In my book HOW TO DETOXIFY YOUR LIFE NATURALLY, I have provided ample data about effective ways to prevent illness by detoxifying the self, the environment, the home, and all areas of life.

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Sri Regine Lherisson-Bey is a Mind-Body Therapist, Wellness Coach, and Author voted Wellness Expert by peer consensus in 2005. Therapist Lherisson-Bey is the author of the Kindle bestseller HOW TO DETOXIFY YOUR LIFE NATURALLY as well as the weight management program GET SLIM EFFORTLESSLY that has evolved from CD to an instructional picture book and eBook. Sri Regine Lherisson-Bey is completing a doctorate degree in Alternative Medicine. Her works have been featured on TV, radio, and several magazines over 30 years.

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