Things to do and not to do, that I was told by Doctors:
-Drinking alcohol. (but don't exaggerate with it)
-Drinking Lemon juice.
-Sunlight is good for you.
-Exercise, jogging, etc..
*If you're smoking cigarettes, and that's important, you need to stop! Get a vapor instead. By smoking, you make your lungs vulnerable and weak.
heh. this is good advice to stay healthy, yes. has nothing specific to do with COVID-19, but eating fresh fruit, going for a walk, exercising, drinking in moderation, not smoking are all good advice for general health. (UV is a myth, though... need to be careful as it can give skin cancer)
edit: also -
"3. The lemon juice myth
Misleading information about other ways to prevent the virus has also been circulating on social media.
This includes a researcher said to be from Zanjan University in China, saying you should take as much vitamin C as possible to protect yourself from the virus. This was published in a news portal known as Viralmagazine.it, whose metrics say their article has been viewed over 576,000 times and gathered over 30,000 shares. The post also quotes a "Professor Chen Horin CEO of the Beijing Military Hospital" as saying that a hot drink with lemon can curb the spread of the virus.
But there are several things that are not right:
- the Chinese name of the researcher looks fake as it translates into English as "what is your name"
- Zanjan University does not exist in China
- the professor referred to has appeared before in misleading health advice about cancer
- And to be clear - there's no evidence at all that lemon juice or large doses of vitamin C will stop the virus." https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-51819624
Lemon juice is good for your immune system.
UV light is used in hospitals. It's a disinfection method.
You believe or not in what I said, honestly, I don't really give a flying ****. I simply shared what I was informed of by people working in the hospitals.