“Shelter in Place” does not mean you’re going to get cited if you set foot outside for some much needed exercise but practice “Social Distancing.”
The coronavirus is getting more serious. Learn how can to avoid the coronavirus (COVID-19). James Robb, MD, a pioneering pathologist and physician, is one of the first molecular virologists in the world to work on the coronaviruses (the 1970s) and has tips for staying healthy.
Prevent Getting Coronavirus Tips: Wash your hands frequently, cough or sneeze carefully, avoid touching your face, keep your distance and stay home if you’re ill.
Indoor air pollution can be a health problem, particularly in wintertime. With windows closed up to keep the house warm you have less fresh air ventilation and more harmful pollutants in your home.