Dr. Thira reveals that people with health-conscious behaviors will reduce the chances of long-term COVID-19.

Professor Dr. Thira Woratanarat, Faculty of Medicine Chulalongkorn University Posted on Facebook Thira Woratanarat notes February 7, 2023

Yesterday, worldwide, there were 88,217 additional infections, 398 additional deaths, a total of 676,211,460 people, and a total of 6,771,736 deaths.

The top 5 most infected are Taiwan, Japan, Mexico, Russia and South Korea.

As of yesterday, in the number of new infections, countries from Europe and Asia occupied seven of the top 10 and 16 of the top 20 globally.

The number of new infections per day worldwide currently from Asia and Europe Together, accounted for 78.1 percent of the world, while the number of deaths accounted for 69.69 percent.

Singapore breed characteristics update

Data from Australian Honey H and cov-spectrum show that Previously, cases from Singapore were always led by Omicron XBB.1.5, but now CH.1.1.1 is a growing subspecies.

new types of virus

Omicron mutations are fast. causing the breed soup phenomenon as seen around the world

Many have been tested in the laboratory and found to be more effective in evading immunity. At the same time, it also binds more tightly to the ACE2 receptor on the cell surface (Fig. 3), including BN.1.3 commonly found in Thailand.

with the speed seen today everyday life should be carried out with carelessness.

Sparrows, normal, enough, over, or even endgame, all have the same meaning. Many countries around the world have learned lessons over the years from the extent of loss that negligence can cause.

So constant health care is essential until the general situation around the world calms down.

Work, make a living, study, travel, etc. Consciously adapt our past way of life to be safer. it will reduce the risk support for welfare throughout the coast

People with health-conscious behaviors will reduce the chance of long-term COVID-19.

Wang S et al. from Harvard University, USA. The results of the study were published in the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine yesterday, February 6, 2023.

The study included 1,981 women with a history of COVID-19 infection.

They found that people who had health-conscious behaviors before infection were less likely to suffer from Long COVID-19 than those who were less concerned about their health.

Especially the habit of getting enough sleep. and have a balanced weight, not fat

health care behaviors you should do It’s as we know each other well, such as not being overweight, not fat, exercising regularly. Get enough sleep, don’t smoke, and eat a good diet high in fibre, vegetables, fruit and whole grains.

The current situation should not be underestimated.

Watch out for dangerous behaviour. dangerous place Try to adjust the road for good ventilation.

Wearing a mask correctly and consistently during everyday life will help reduce the risk of COVID-19 and PM2.5.

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