No. To date, many preventive drug / vaccines are under study. The only preventive method is frequent hand hygiene, respiratory hygiene and social distancing.
there are many drugs in the market under study to date. No approved drug yet.
No. Hot temperature like hot shower, hot dryer or hot drinking water do not kill the corona virus.
No, the only method to detect COVID-19 infection is by having a lab test.
The studies have shown development of IgG in the plasma of infected patients after they recover. However, no data on the lifelong immunity of these IgG.
There are cases of reinfection!!
No ebvidence yet on sesonal circulation of Coronavirus. Even countries with hot weather have reported COVID-19 cases
No. Spraying alcohol or chlorine all over your body will not kill viruses that have already entered your body. Spraying such substances can be harmful to clothes or mucous membranes (i.e. eyes, mouth).
There is currently no evidence that pets such as dogs and cats can be infected with the novel coronavirus.
These claims are false–people receiving parcels or letters from China are not at risk of contracting the novel coronavirus.
According to scientific analysis, coronaviruses cannot survive for a long period of time on objects such as letters or packages
No, because vaccines against pneumonia (such as pneumococcal vaccine and Hemophilus influenza type B vaccine) do not provide protection against the novel coronavirus.
NO evidence that rinsing your nose regularly with saline can protect you from protection from the new coronavirus or respiratory infections, there is evidence that it helps with the common cold.
No, there is no evidence that using mouthwash can protect you from infection with COVID-19.
Although garlic is indeed a healthy food with antimicrobial properties, there is no substantial link to show that it protects you from the current outbreak of the novel coronavirus.