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As we all know, the Covid-19 virus has yet to come to a complete stop here. More variants have developed especially the Delta variant. This variant is more effective in being transmittable and infectious. The effects have been severely devastating around the world and in the Philippines. Thousands of people have lost their lives, businesses have been shut down, schools were heavily affected, everyone's mental and physical health has been compromised, the government is struggling, etc. To ensure that this country can form an appropriate plan defending against the virus and its variants, we will look at the available government plans and make new ones. To understand what we should do, let's first look at what a virus is and how Covid affects the human body. ...read more.


The proper procedures that everyone should perform are safety precautions. Firstly, remain indoors, and if it's necessary to go outside, wear a mask and social distance. Wearing a mask saves lives because Covid-19 droplets can spread after close contact or from surfaces. Next, maintaining cleanliness is essential to disinfect your body from other bacteria, including the Covid-19 virus. Don't touch your nose, mouth, and eye areas if you have not washed your hands, especially if you're outside. Third, eat a healthy diet and be physically fit to give your body the needed nutrients and energy for its strength. Lastly, if possible, get the vaccine. By getting a vaccine, you can protect yourself and others in your community from catching the virus. ...read more.


After that, there should also be a program put into place for helping needy communities. By giving them allotted money, they can use it for needs. Next, those on the top priority list like healthcare, workers, and as I mentioned before, the needy, should be allowed to avail a discount from the government when receiving the vaccine. All in all, please remember the safety precautions, stay safe, and be healthy. I pray for this country to heal so that everyone can rise up and feel normal again. Hopefully, this country's government will continue working harder to ensure everyone's safety with the cooperation of its citizens. Sources: Coronavirus. (2020, January 10). World Health Organization. https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus#tab=tab_3 Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): How is it transmitted? (n.d.). World Health Organization. Retrieved September 7, 2021, from https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/coronavirus-disease-covid-19-how-is-it-transmitted#:%7E:text=%E2%80%A2%20Current%20evidence%20suggests%20that,nose%2C%20or%20mouth. Crosta, P. (2021, June 25). What to know about viruses. Medical News Today. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/158179 ...read more.

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