Health official advises public of possible precautions to avoid fatal coronavirus

Health official advises public of possible precautions to avoid fatal coronavirus

- Several reports have alarmed the public against possible outbreak of fatal coronavirus

- In the Philippines, a 5-year-old boy from China is currently confined and being tested

- A health official in Cebu City, meanwhile, advised the public of the precautions to avoid being infected

- One of the measures that she mentioned was to avoid eating half-cooked food

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A health official in Cebu City has disclosed the possible precautions that the public must take to avoid being infected with the dangerous new strain of coronavirus.

KAMI learned that it was Daisy Villa, the officer-in-charge of Cebu City Health Office (CHO), who bared some important measures against the new infection.

She issued a helpful statement amid alarming news on social media that the said virus has already taken the lives of 17 people in Wuhan City, China.

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The tips were also released after a 5-year-old boy from the said country was brought to the hospital in Cebu after being suspected of having the 2019 novel coronavirus.

According to Villa, wearing a mouth mask and drinking a lot of water would be two of the best ways to prevent being infected with the said ailment.

She also mentioned that there is a need to take Vitamin C and avoid eating half-cooked food to have higher chances of being spared from the fatal virus.

Furthermore, the health official advised people to avoid having physical contact with those who have respiratory infections.

In a previous article by , the Department of Health (DOH) confirmed the reported case of a kid in Cebu City who has coronavirus.

Coronaviruses are said to be one of the largest families of viruses. The one which was discovered in Wuhan, China on December 31 was reportedly 80 percent similar to Sars-Cov.

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