Fighting Coronavirus

March 17, 2020





Welcome to Sara Bronfman's blog. Sara Bronfman is an environmentalist and passionate about protecting the planet. Are you worried about coronavirus? Read this. The concern regarding this rapidly spreading virus is well-deserved. At this writing, statistics on infections and deaths worldwide are truly sobering. Unfortunately, the numbers are likely to rise as efforts to quickly contain its spread have proven unsuccessful. So, it’s particularly important to get reliable information about what is happening and to find out what you can do to protect yourself.

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What is coronavirus?

According to the World Health Organization, COVID-19 is a respiratory illness caused by a new virus. Symptoms include fever, coughing, sore throat and shortness of breath. The virus can spread from person to person, but good hygiene can prevent infection. Find out who is at risk and what you should do if you think you have COVID-19.

Symptoms

Symptoms can range from mild illness to pneumonia. Some people will recover easily, and others may get very sick very quickly. People with coronavirus may experience: fever flu-like symptoms such as coughing, sore throat and fatigue shortness of breath.

If you think you have COVID-19

If you are sick and think you have symptoms of COVID-19, seek medical attention. If you want to talk to someone about your symptoms first, call the Coronavirus Health Information Line for advice.

What you need to know about self-isolation

If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, you must stay at home to prevent it spreading to other people. You might also be asked to stay at home if you may have been exposed to the virus.
  • Staying at home means you you do not go to public places such as work, school, shopping centres, childcare or university
  • ask someone to get food and other necessities for you and leave them at your front door
  • do not let visitors in — only people who usually live with you should be in your home
You do not need to wear a mask in your home. If you need to go out to seek medical attention, wear a surgical mask (if you have one) to protect others. You should stay in touch by phone and on-line with your family and friends. To find out more, see Sara Bronfaman's  resources here. 

How to protect yourself and others

To prevent the spread of viruses, practice good hygiene and social distancing.

About Sara Bronfman

Sara Bronfman is an American heiress and philanthropist with a focus on helping people come together to bring about changes needed to help the planet. Learn more about Sara's advocacy on the Sara Bronfman website here. Alternatively, you can also follow Sara Bronfman Instagram for more get free tips on how you can fight climate change everyday.

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  1. This is very helpful Sara Bronfman, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Great advice Sara Bronfman - nice blog too - love the layout

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  3. Thank you again for that wonderful guide @ Sara Bronfman

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