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      PAKIBASA: COVID 19 Prevention   04/15/20

      Sumunod na lang tayo mga pre para sa ikabubuti ng ating bansa at ng buong mundo. Kaya habang ikaw ay naka lockdown tumambay ka na lang muna sa APS makihalubilo or magshare ng mga magagandang larawan.    Pitong simpleng hakbang upang maprotektahan ang sarili at ang iba laban sa COVID-19 Ang coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ay isang nakahahawang sakit na dulot ng bagong coronavirus. Karamihan sa mga taong magkakaroon ng impeksyon ay makararanas ng hindi malalang sintomas at gagaling. Ngunit ang iba ay makararanas ng malubhang sakit, lalo na sa mga matatanda at mga may dati nang karamdaman. Narito ang ilang mga simpleng hakbang na maaari mong gawin upang maprotektahan ang kalusugan mo at ng iba.

      Ang mga payong ito ay maaaring sundin ng lahat, ngunit napakahalaga ng mga ito kung ikaw ay nakatira sa lugar na may COVID-19. 1. Hugasan nang madalas ang iyong mga kamay Ugaliin ang puspusang paglinis ng mga kamay gamit ang hand sanitizer na may alkohol o hugasan gamit ang sabon at tubig.

      Bakit? Lagi nating ginagamit ang ating mga kamay upang hawakan ang mga bagay na maaaring kontaminado. Maaaring hindi natin namamalayan na maghawak natin ng ating mukha, nailipat na ang virus sa mata, ilong at bibig at nahawahan na tayo. Namamatay ang mga virus na maaaring nasa iyong kontaminadong kamay, kasama na ang bagong coronavirus, sa pamamagitan ng paghuhugas ng kamay gamit ang sabon at tubig o paggamit ng hand sanitizer na may alkohol. 2. Iwasan ang paghawak sa iyong mata, ilong at bibig Madalas nating hinahawakan ang ating kamay nang hindi namamalayan. Maging mapagmatyag tungkol dito, at iwasan ang paghawak sa iyong mata, ilong at bibig.

      Bakit? Maraming hinahawakan ang mga kamay at maaari itong makakuha ng mga virus. Kapag kontaminado na ang kamay, naililipat ang virus sa mata, ilong at bibig at maaaring pumasok sa katawan at magdulot ng sakit. 3. Takpan ang iyong ubo at bahing Siguraduhing ikaw, at ang mga tao sa paligid mo, at sumusunod sa tamang respiratory hygiene. Ibig sabihin nito ay ang pagtakip ng bibig at ilong gamit ang loob ng siko o tisyu kapag uubo o babahing. Agad na itapon ang gamit na tisyu sa basurahang may takip at maghugas ng kamay.

      Bakit? Kung ang isang tao ay uubo o babahing, tumatalsik ang maliit na droplet mula sa ilong at bibig na maaaring may virus. Sa pagtakip ng iyong ubo o bahing, naiiiwasan ang pagkalat ng mga virus at mikrobyo sa iba. Sa paggamit ng loob ng siko o tisyu – at hindi iyong kamay – sa pag-ubo o pagbahing, naiiwasan ang paglipat ng kontaminadong droplet sa iyong kamay. Dahil dito, napipigilan ang paglipat ng virus sa tao o bagay. 4. Iwasan ang matatao na lugar at malapit na pakikipagsalamuha sa taong may lagnat o ubo Iwasan ang matataong lugar, lalo na kung and iyong edad ay 60 pataas o may dati nang karamdaman gaya ng altapresyon, diyabetis, sakit sa puso at baga o kanser. Panatilihin ang hindi bababa sa 1 metrong pagitan mula sa iyo at sa kung sinumang may lagnat o ubo.

      Bakit? Pangunahing kumakalat ang COVID-19 sa pamamagitan ng droplet na lumabas mula sa bibig o ilong kapag umubo o bumahing ang isang tao. Sa pag-iwas sa mga matataong lugar, nilalayo mo ang iyong sarili (ng hindi bababa sa 1 metro) mula sa mga taong maaaring may COVID-19 o sinumang may iba pang may sakit. 5. Manatili sa bahay kung ikaw ay may sakit Manatili sa bahay kung ikaw ay may nararamdamang sakit, kahit sinat at ubo lang.

      Bakit? Sa pagpanatili sa loob ng bahay at hindi pagpunta sa trabaho o iba pang lugar, gagaling ka ng mas mabilis at maiiwasan ang pagkalat ng sakit sa ibang tao. 6. Kung ikaw ay may lagnat, ubo at hirap sa pag-hinga, magpakonsulta agad – ngunit tawagan mo muna ang health facility Kung ikaw ay may lagnat, ubo at hirap sa pag-hinga, magpakonsulta ng maaga – kung kakayanin, tumawag muna sa ospital o health center para masabihan ka kung saan ka pupunta.

      Bakit? Makatutulong ito upang masiguro na tama ang payong mabibigay sayo, ikaw ay maituro sa tamang health facility, at maiwasan mong makahawa sa iba. 7. Kumuha ng impormasyon sa mapagkakatiwalaang awtoridad Alamin ang pinakabagong impormasyon tungkol sa COVID-19 mula sa mapagkakatiwalaang artoridad. Siguraduhing ang impormasyon ay mula sa maaasahang mga tagapagsalita – ang Department of Health, World Health Organization (WHO), o iyong lokal na health worker. Dapat ay alam ng lahat ang sintomas – sa karamihan ay nagsisimula ang COVID-19 sa lagnat at tuyong ubo.

      Bakit? Ang lokal at pambansang awtoridad ang may alam tungkol sa pinakabagong impormasyon kung kumakalat na ba ang COVID-19 sa iyong lugar. Sila ang mas nakakaalam kung anong tamang payo na dapat ibigay sa iyong lugar, upang maprotektahan ng mga tao ang kanilang sarili.   source: WHO

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  1. news na noon pa yan, naging sakim kc si Krause...
  2. Coronavirus very likely of animal origin, no sign of lab manipulation: WHO GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that all available evidence suggests the novel coronavirus originated in animals in China late last year and was not manipulated or produced in a laboratory. U.S. President Donald Trump said last week that his government was trying to determine whether the virus emanated from a lab in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus pandemic emerged in December. "All available evidence suggests the virus has an animal origin and is not manipulated or constructed in a lab or somewhere else," WHO spokeswoman Fadela Chaib told a Geneva news briefing. "It is probable, likely, that the virus is of animal origin." It was not clear, Chaib added, how the virus had jumped the species barrier to humans but there had "certainly" been an intermediate animal host. "It most likely has its ecological reservoir in bats but how the virus came from bats to humans is still to be seen and discovered." She did not respond to a request to elaborate on whether it was possible the virus may have inadvertently escaped from a lab. The Wuhan Institute of Virology has dismissed rumours both that it synthesized the virus or allowed it to escape. Chaib, asked about the impact of Trump's decision last week to suspend funding to the U.N. agency over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, said: "We are still assessing the situation about the announcement by President Trump ...and we will assess the situation and we will work with our partners to fill any gaps." "It is very important to continue what we are doing not only for COVID but for many, many, many, many other health programmes," she added, referring to action against polio, HIV and malaria among other diseases. She said that the WHO was 81 percent funded for the next two years as of the end of March, referring to its $4.8 billion biennial budget. The United States is the Geneva-based agency's biggest donor. Other big contributors are the Gates Foundation and Britain. source: https://ca.news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-very-likely-animal-origin-102612087.html
  3. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public link from WHO: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
  4. How to wash clothes during the COVID-19 crisis Whether you’re leaving the house to exercise or spend time outdoors, or if you’re someone that works in a pharmacy, grocery store or in healthcare, you need to make sure you’re taking proper care to ensure your clothes are safe once you enter your home. While there’s no definitive evidence regarding the lifespan on COVID-19 on clothes, the virus is known to cling to other materials. According to the National Institute of Health, the virus can live up to 24 hours on cardboard and even two to three days on plastic and stainless steel. While your clothes are mostly comprised of fabric, they also have details like metal zippers and buttons, where the coronavirus can linger for longer than on more porous materials. Of course, if you work in a field where you’re forced to interact with people — say a grocery store or in healthcare — or if you’re the caretaker of a person that has tested positive for the coronavirus, you should take extra precautions. The CDC advises wearing disposable gloves when handling dirty laundry, which you should discard after use. If you have reusable gloves, make sure those are the designated gloves for disinfection and cleaning, and don’t use them for anything else around the house. Make sure to wash your hands after removing the gloves, too. When doing your laundry, make sure to use the warmest appropriate water setting, then be sure to dry as thoroughly as possible. If you are the caretaker for an ill person, you can wash their dirty laundry in the same load. Make sure not to shake dirty clothes, as it can potentially disperse the virus through the air. If you’re using a clothes hamper, the CDC advises to clean it using a mixture of bleach and water — specifically, five tablespoons of bleach per gallon of water or four teaspoons of bleach per quart of water. If possible, line your hamper with disposable bag liners, which you should throw away after each use. If you don’t have a washing machine at home and have to use the laundromat, make sure you wear gloves when touching the stainless steel and chrome handles and rolling baskets. Don’t worry about the coronavirus lingering inside the machine — the wash cycle will help stop it in its tracks. source: https://ca.style.yahoo.com/coronavirus-life-span-clothes-172319910.html
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  12. Netflix’s frightening thriller “Bird Box” scored the biggest seven-day viewership of all the streamer’s original movie releases to date — with just over 45 million member accounts having watched the movie in the first week, the company claimed Friday. The movie bowed Dec. 21 worldwide on Netflix, and became an instant — if traumatizing — Christmas Day family-viewing experience for some. The Sandra Bullock-starrer also has spawned a raft of internet memes since its release. In “Bird Box,” Bullock is a single mom trying to save her kid’s lives after mysterious forces invade Earth and causes people to kill themselves. Survivors navigating the post-apocalyptic world must wear blindfolds or be exposed to supernatural entities that embody their deepest fears. “Took off my blindfold this morning to discover that 45,037,125 Netflix accounts have already watched Bird Box — best first 7 days ever for a Netflix film!” the Netflix Film account on Twitter boasted Friday.
  13. Latest news... Party-list congressman Aniceto Bertiz III, who has been under fire after his video harassing a screener of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) during security check went viral online, was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday due to chest pains.
  14. MANILA, Philippines — A party-list lawmaker caught on video bullying an airport screener said yesterday he is returning the access pass given to him by the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA). ACTS-OFW party-list Rep. Aniceto Bertiz III was seen on the surveillance video at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) on Saturday refusing to remove his shoes at the final security checkpoint, shoving his access pass in the Office of Transportation Security (OTS) personnel’s face and then snatching the screener’s identification card. “Ipapa-surrender ko na ‘to (I will surrender this). To be fair, I don’t want my fellow congressmen and other holders of my ID na madamay pa (to be involved),” he said. Bertiz said he also wants to apologize to the OTS screener, identified as Hamilton Abdul. He said he only showed his access pass to the screener because it was the only ID card in his bag at the time. “Patawarin mo ako sa aking inasal. Hindi tama ‘yun para sa isang kinatawan ng gobyerno (Forgive me for my behavior. It is not right for a government official),” he said, addressing his apology to the screener. The MIAA said Bertiz has not surrendered the access pass as of 6 p.m. MIAA general manager Ed Monreal yesterday said the airport pass given to Bertiz is a privilege and can be revoked in case of abuse. He said Bertiz holds an airport pass that gives him access to NAIA Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4 but not to the general aviation, ramp and other areas off-limits to the public. Monreal said when Bertiz told him about the incident and his complaint, “without knowing the facts, nag-apologize ako sa kanya (I apologized to him.)” The MIAA chief, stressed, however, that the airport screener did nothing wrong. “I stand by what he did,” he said. The lawmaker is facing an ethics complaint at the House of Representatives in connection with the incident. Bertiz drew flak anew yesterday, this time for making “sexist” remarks on women’s menstrual cycles. On Monday, he attributed his outburst at NAIA to “monthly periods” he gets once a year. “Naging dialogue ko na lang iyun sa wife ko na kapag may topak: Monthly period ba ngayon (It’s just my dialogue with my wife that when she has a tantrum: is she on her monthly period)? Yeah, that was very stupid. Sa mga hanay ng kababaihan: Isa pa iyun na humihingi ako ng tawad (To the women: I am asking forgiveness for this),” Bertiz said in an interview with “The Source” over CNN Philippines. Gabriela party-list Rep. Emmi de Jesus said the issue is Bertiz’s arrogance. “Women should not be stereotyped as arrogant and entitled during their menstrual period,” she said in a statement. “He should not involve women because he is the one with the problem.” Everywoman, another women’s group, said Bertiz’s justification for his behavior is “ludicrous.” “Science has shown that sexism is the refuge of the abusive and domineering,” the group stated, adding that “this lie about women’s irrationality is just a fantasy made up by men like Bertiz to cover up that they cannot compete with most men and women.” Everywoman said the only thing normal about Bertiz is “that he has become the norm of how a public official should behave under a regime that thrives on misogyny, precisely because hatred of the poor, of women, of the disabled is the only thing left for it to feed its supporters.” Answering calls for Bertiz’s ouster, Commission on Elections spokesman James Jimenez tweeted that it is the party-list organization that should determine who should be its representative in the House source: Philstar.com news website