We all remember these last few months, right? And how can we not! These months were a nightmare for all of us.
We’ve all been through a major change in our lives over the last few months. All this time we had an eye on the news hoping things get better but instead, all we heard was the rise in the case and the deaths caused by this coronavirus.
In this time many of us developed a new kind of phobia known as the “Corona Phobia”. We had this constant fear in our mind before lockdown ended that, “what will happen?” “What if I get infected?”.
Looks like now that the lockdown has ended completely, we have forgotten the threat too.
Don’t understand what I’m talking about? Check this news out.
A further 2,988 cases of coronavirus have been reported in the UK in the past 24 hours, government data showed.
It is the maximum number reported on a single day since 22 May.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was “concerned” about a rise in cases “predominantly among young people”.
Two further deaths within 28 days of a positive test were recorded, taking the total number of UK deaths to 41,551.
Mr. Hancock added:
“It’s so important that everybody does their bit and follows the social distancing because it doesn’t matter how old you are, how affected you might be by this disease, you can pass the disease on to others. So, don’t pass the disease on to your grandparents if you’re a young person, everybody needs to follow the social distancing.”
This jump in the number of cases per day is a big concern now and it is better to understand the growing threat before it starts to take lives.
The health secretary says the government is concerned and has renewed official calls for more vigilance on social distancing.
HOW CAN YOU PLAY YOUR PART?
It’s not hard, trust us! Playing your part is completely under your control. You just have to restrict yourself from a few things including,
- Don’t go out unnecessarily.
- If you need to buy something, first try to find it online.
- If you go out wear a mask and keep your hands sanitized from time to time.
- Try maintaining a distance from everyone.
- Say no to unnecessary gatherings.
- If you go out then come back, take shower and then meet everyone.
HOW VAPING CAN HELP?
Vaping is just too much helpful for so many reasons. The main reason is that vaping is used as a 95% safer alternative to smoking. Secondly vaping saves cost.
Vaping products can be stored and reused for example vape kits are mostly one-time purchase and e-liquids work for a long time.
You don’t have to go out for vaping supplies because you can just shop online. Vaping products are delivered at your doorsteps without you exposing yourself to direct sun and threat of the virus.
So, now without any further due let’s start vaping because vaping will help us stay home.