This is a very informative video on preventing and dealing with covid. Worth watching if you haven’t seen it. And please pass it on if you feel it’s of value.

The goal of this video is simply to circulate credible and helpful information on this topic.

Weill Cornell fellow of pulmonology, Dr. David Price, in New York City, shares information in a Mar. 22 Zoom call with family and friends on empowering and protecting families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Price shares information with his friends and family on a Zoom call on March 22, 2020 and an empowering message on how to protect families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

His Key Message:

  1. COVID is in your community right now.
  2. You don’t need to be afraid of COVID-19 and your neighbors, IF YOU FOLLOW THE RULES.
  3. Spread is happening almost exclusively from respiratory droplets from your hands to your face.
  4. Current medical belief is that it can be through aerosol transmission, but only through long sustained contact with a sick person in closed spaces (15 – 20 min). This is why heath care providers on the front lines without protection are getting sick. The general public following THE RULES will not.
  5. Children between 0 -14 still don’t seem to show symptoms, but people from 15 – 105 are and are all experiencing varied levels of issues and being put on respirators. This is not simply affecting an older population and at-risk population, but more so.
  6. Use telemedicine. Don’t go to the hospital unless you are short of breath. If you suspect or have COVID, quarantine at home.

The Rules:

  • Know where your hands are and have been and clean all the time. If you keep your hands clean you won’t get COVID-19. Walk around with hand sanitizer. Use it every time you touch something when you are outside of your controlled environment and touch something.
  • Don’t Touch Your Face. Wear a mask to train yourself not to touch your face. The public does not need N95 masks to keep from getting COVID. Wear a mask to train yourself not touch your face as well as send a message to others that you are tasking this seriously.
  • Social Distance. Shrink your social circle to your immediate isolation group of 3 – 4 people and set boundaries. When you go to the store, keep 6 feet away from people to avoid contact.