other viruses, COVID-19 is not easily transmitted through
air - it doesn't linger in the air, it settles quickly on
surfaces. So it's a bad idea to touch your nostrils or mouth;
the experts say, wash your hands often and thoroughly (20
seconds, interlace the fingers to get the crooks between fingers,
and don't forget the thumbs). Ordinary surgical masks don't
work - they're too leaky; the N95 masks do work, but they're
a mixture of 50% cheap moisturizer and 50% peroxide. When going
outside (shopping etc), grease nostrils as far as finger will
permit. The unguent (grease) will hold up the virus while the
peroxide decommissions it. At home, blow out the mixture and reapply
glasses or tight fitting sun glasses or fake glasses at all times
in public. The eye is another entry point despite natural salinity
wear the same clothes when outside and put them in a special place
when removed. Weather permitting, expose the clothes to sunlight
since the virus 'probably' cannot survive extended exposure to
UV light can damage or destroy various types of pathogens, like
SARS and MERS, and the destructive power of UV light depends on
factors such as wavelength and the type of organism the rays are
energy negatively impacts the influenza virus and many similar
viruses, and it may have a similar effect on the coronavirus.
Sun-blessed countries (Middle America, Central Africa) show lower
speech in public (breathing through mouth). When speaking in public
sip water every minute or so: better that the virus be washed
into the stomach than get into the lungs.
hand washing/rinsing, leave some soap on both hands. Why? The
touches his/her face 20 times/hour.
= Intelligent Breathing. When distance protocols are violated,
don't breathe. Take note if you're waking upwind or downwind and
hold breath accordingly. If downwind, hold breath only when the
violator has passed: upwind well before you enter his/her personal
BENE: None of the above is science per se, but there
seems to be no downside to any of the measures.