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Vaccines are thoroughly tested for safety before they’re approved
Vaccines go through extensive trials before they can be introduced in a country. Expert doctors and scientists follow strict international standards while deciding whether to approve a vaccine. Like all medicines, vaccines may cause side effects that are usually minor and temporary. More serious side effects are extremely rare. A person is far more likely to be seriously harmed by a disease than by its vaccine.
COVID-19 vaccine development was accelerated without affecting safety
The need for a COVID-19 vaccine was urgent, so many resources were used to develop it quickly. Research and development took place at the same time around the world, while still adhering to strict safety and clinical standards. This allowed for faster vaccine development, but doesn’t make the studies any less rigorous or the vaccine any less safe.
Vaccines help protect the body from certain diseases. Like any medicine, they can cause minor, short-term side effects while the body adjusts to them, such as a sore arm or a mild fever. More serious side effects are possible, but extremely rare. A person is far more likely to be seriously harmed by a disease than by its vaccine.
Vaccine trials involve a diverse range of volunteers
In clinical trials, people volunteer to take and test the vaccine. These volunteers should be from diverse geographic areas, racial and ethnic backgrounds, genders and ages. They should also include people with underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk for the disease. This helps ensure that the vaccine is safe and effective for everyone.
COVID-19 vaccine trials are following safety and ethical standards
COVID-19 vaccines, like any vaccine, should follow standard development protocol to test the vaccine’s effectiveness and identify any common side effects or safety concerns. This includes multiple stages of testing with tens of thousands of volunteers.
You won’t be able to make a COVID-19 vaccine at home
Vaccine development is a complicated, technical process that can’t be done at home. It involves extensive laboratory testing followed by clinical trials involving thousands of volunteers. Vaccines must be approved in a country by expert doctors and scientists.
When properly worn, medical masks won’t make you breathe in too little oxygen or too much carbon dioxide
Medical masks, also known as surgical masks, are flat or pleated masks that attach to the head with straps or loops. Medical masks may feel uncomfortable if worn for a long time, but they won’t make you breathe in too little oxygen or too much carbon dioxide.
Drinking methanol or ethanol is dangerous and won’t prevent or cure COVID-19
Methanol and ethanol are poisons. Drinking them will not kill the COVID-19 virus in your body. It can cause disability or death. Methanol and ethanol are sometimes used in cleaning products that can be used to carefully disinfect surfaces.
Being able to hold your breath for 10 seconds or more without coughing or feeling discomfort does not mean that you are free from COVID-19 or any other lung disease. The best way to confirm whether or not you have the COVID-19 virus is through a laboratory test.
Garlic is a healthy food that may kill some microbes, but there is no evidence that it protects people from COVID-19. The best way to protect yourself from COVID-19 is to keep a safe distance from others and wash your hands frequently and thoroughly.
People of all ages can be infected by the COVID-19 virus. Everyone, no matter how old, should practise prevention measures, such as cleaning your hands regularly and keeping a safe distance from others.
Heat and humidity don’t stop the spread of COVID-19
You can catch COVID-19 no matter how sunny or hot the weather is. Countries with hot weather have reported cases of COVID-19. The best way to protect yourself from COVID-19 is to keep a safe distance from others and wash your hands frequently and thoroughly.
No matter how hot your shower or bath is, your normal body temperature remains about the same. Bathing with extremely hot water can cause burns. The best way to protect yourself from COVID-19 is to keep a safe distance from others and wash your hands frequently and thoroughly.
Cold weather does not cure, treat or prevent the spread of COVID-19. The best way to protect yourself from COVID-19 is to keep a safe distance from others and wash your hands frequently and thoroughly.
Hand dryers cannot kill the COVID-19 virus. To protect yourself from COVID-19, clean your hands frequently with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water. Dry them thoroughly with paper towels or a warm air dryer.
Ultra-violet lamps shouldn’t be used to prevent or cure COVID-19
UV lamps should not be used to disinfect your skin or hands. They can irritate your skin and damage your eyes. Cleaning your hands with alcohol-based hand sanitiser or soap and water is the most effective way to remove the COVID-19 virus.
There is no evidence to suggest that COVID-19 can spread through mosquito bites. COVID-19 spreads mainly through droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks. It can also spread if you touch an infected surface and then touch your eyes, nose or mouth. To protect yourself, wash your hands often and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home.
There is no evidence to suggest that COVID-19 is spread through houseflies. COVID-19 spreads mainly through droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks. It can also spread if you touch an infected surface and then touch your eyes, nose or mouth. To protect yourself, wash your hands often and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home.
The likelihood of COVID-19 being spread by shoes is very low. As an extra safety step, consider leaving your shoes at the entrance of your home, particularly if infants or small children play on the floors. This will prevent contact with dirt or waste from the soles of shoes.
The virus that causes COVID-19 belongs to a virus family called Coronaviridae. Antibiotics do not work against viruses. Some people with COVID-19 also develop a bacterial infection at the same time. In this case, antibiotics may be recommended by a healthcare provider.
Most people who get COVID-19 have mild or moderate symptoms and can recover with medical care. If you have symptoms such as a cough, fever or difficulty breathing, seek medical care. Call a doctor by telephone before going into a doctor’s surgery or hospital. If you have a fever and live in an area with malaria or dengue fever, call a doctor immediately.
Thermal scanners can detect people who have a fever, which can be due to COVID-19. However, not everyone who gets COVID-19 develops a fever. Thermal scanners also cannot detect people who are infected but not yet ill with a fever. This is because it takes 2 to 10 days for people infected with COVID-19 to develop a fever.
Older people aren’t the only ones at risk from COVID-19
People of all ages can be infected by the COVID-19 virus. People who are 60 or over and those with conditions such as asthma, diabetes and heart disease are at higher risk of becoming severely ill. Everyone should practise prevention measures such as washing your hands regularly and keeping a safe distance from others.
Hydroxychloroquine shouldn’t be used to treat COVID-19
Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are treatments for malaria and other diseases. However, WHO does not recommend either of these to treat COVID-19, regardless of disease severity. Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine have not been shown to reduce mortality or length of hospitalisation and may increase the risk of diarrhoea, nausea or vomiting.