How to stop coronavirus spread

Although I have read many suggested ways by which we can avoid contacting the Coronavirus infection, I will appreciate it if you can kindly let me know the best way to stop the spread of the virus.

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Hauwa  (by E Mail)

The best way to stop the spread of the Coronavirus is to practice what is called ‘social distancing’. This involves the avoidance of the following activities: group gatherings, concerts, theatre outings, crowded events, visitors in your house; attendance of concerts and large gatherings; workout in gyms and athletic events. It is however safe to go for walks, check on a friend and play in your yard.

 

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