As the worlds scientific community continues to try and come up with a way to stop coronavirus (COVID-19) from spreading, some people are starting to put together DIY personal protective equipment (PPE).
You may ‘laugh’ at these pictures, but the truth is that people are becoming increasingly worried about contracting the virus as it spreads to all of the worlds continents.
While the mortality rate of the virus is relatively low, people are still, quite rightly, doing everything they can to try and steer clear of coronavirus.
Within the next four months, a vaccine will likely be developed that will stop coronavirus in its tracks.
But what do you do until then? How can you protect yourself?
The official guidance states that you should self-isolate if you have come into contact with anyone who has returned from anywhere where cases of coronavirus have been confirmed.
Which is pretty much everywhere then.
You should also make sure that you are washing your hands regularly. And by regular they mean every 15-minutes or so when you are out in public.
If you don’t have ready access to soap and water, then some antiseptic gel should do the trick.
And as the global supplies of facemasks start to dwindle, more and more people are developing their measures to try and avoid catching COVID-19.
They may look silly, but why expose yourself to unnecessary risks?
What do you think of the current situation? Let us know in the comments below and let us know about what you think of these DIY PPE measures
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