According to CNN more than 100,000 people worldwide have now been infected by the coronavirus. Although the media continues to report school closings, restaurant closings, event and venue closings, empty flights and much more, this is not something to get super anxious about, yet we all need to be very cautious.
If you're not sure if you have been exposed or affected by the coronavirus, go see your doctor but when you go, make sure you wear a mask. If you don't want to wear a mask you can wrap a scarf around your mouth area to keep germs to a minimum.
The main symptoms of the coronavirus are fever, fatigue, body aches, cough and shortness of breath. If you already have respiratory issues, the likelihood of you getting the virus is higher than the average healthy person. Also the elderly should take precaution too. Symptoms and risk varies from person to person.
This is another reminder to wash your hands frequently, keep your hands away from your face and be aware of people sneezing and coughing around you. Keep living your life with your daily routine, but just know the coronavirus is not something to take lightly.