By now, hopefully everyone knows that the key symptoms of coronavirus includes a fever of about 37.8°C and a new continuous cough. There is however still some confusion about how quickly symptoms develop after exposure to the virus and what you can expect when you become infected.
With the range of masks available, how do you know which is the best one to buy and what the best face mask is for Coronavirus?
Many people feel anxious about going out in public during the coronavirus pandemic. We all want to protect ourselves and others from COVID-19 as best we can.
f you are self-isolating at home that doesn’t mean it’s OK to cut down on handwashing. It’s still as important as ever in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and coronavirus.
Facemasks are officially trending here in the UK after the government released public safety guidance advising that we should now be donning the masks whenever we find ourselves in a situation where social distancing is not guaranteed.