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Rightman asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 2 months ago

What can we do to prevent a repeat of this horrible virus?

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  • 1 month ago

    Taking care on the nature.

    The origin of the desease was bats infecting human being. Perhaps, bats have eaten something which caused that coronavirus in bats before bats able to infect human. 

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bat 

    Since bats are common around the world, there may be multiple sources of infection around the world. 

    Inaddition, everyone should care about hygenic environment. Cities using bleach to clean streets have less cases than those not.

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  • 1 month ago

    The wet markets need to be outlawed and if those countries who hold them don’t, then rest world needs to close there borders to those nations. 

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  • 2 months ago

    Dump things in our lives that are harmful to each other start making a list and spread the word 1 fast food 2 hate oh and do opposite things the golden rule and see how you feel when you help another change old behave yours understand motives 

    Source(s): Peace be the journey
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  • 2 months ago

    Don't rely on science to eliminate it or wait for vaccines. They're a long way off.  This virus (and others) have been around for decades prior to this outbreak and are not ever going to go away. To prevent repeating the pandemic, continual hand-washing, SENSIBLE social distancing and taking precautions with people are always effective. 

    Just because they lift restrictions, in other words, don't go out and stand in a crowd shoulder-to-shoulder with hundreds of other people. Wash your hands FREQUENTLY, and especially after using the bathroom. If you get the flu, or a cold, or sick in some other way, STAY THE HELL HOME from work, play and social situations, and don't shop for groceries without wearing a mask. These precautions have started to show success in keeping the virus from spreading now--and they will also keep it from spreading in the future. 

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  • August
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    Hopefully they will have developed a vaccine to combat it in the future 

    • Binky2 months agoReport

      Yeah, Bill Gstes wil have one for you which will contain a biometric tracking chip. ID2020.  The vaccine itself may kill you.  All the sheep will go along with it.  

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    wash our hands frequently with soap and hot water

    and maintain social distancing

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  • Rod
    Lv 5
    2 months ago

    I think international air and cruise ship travel will have to be more stringent in the near future.

    Lets face it --this is how this horrible virus spread around the world in the first.

    Compulsory health checks for certain viruses and diseases at all airports and cruise terminals could be the new way --- surely we can invent scanners to do this.

    President Trumps crack down on lax immigration rules and the British peoples vote on Brexit to leave the EU could well be the start of something new adopted by other govts around the world.

    Tighten up immigration rules on people entering another country. Particularly on people from impoverished and health problem nations --- it is not a racial issue it is a health and safety issue.

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  • exercise good personal hygiene.

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  • 2 months ago

    Be very careful of the less civilised. 

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Wash our hands?

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