Prevention in Daily Life against Progression of COVID‑19

Mutsumi Murakami, Yuka Ikeda, Ai Tsuji, Satoru Matsuda

Abstract


Dear Editor,
COVID‑19 is a new emerging disease, which has been declared a pandemic in March 2020. Based on several information, elderly people might be at higher risk for severe infections from the COVID‑19.[1] In addition, the virus
might cause serious illness especially in obese patients and smokers.

Keywords


Prevention; COVID‑19; Daily Life

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