English Footballer Ashley Young who plays for Inter Milan in Italy recently came out to preventive tips to stay safe from trending virus coronavirus. The former Manchester United player who joined the Italian side recently in the last transfer window was rumored to have tested positive to virus although he did not admit to him having the virus or not he is presently fine.
The 34-year-old is in the country which has the highest case of the pandemic Italy, they have recorded more than 6,000 death cases in the whole of Italy. Early this week Ashley Young shared his tips on how to avoid coronavirus.
Ashley Young said in a tweet that he wanted to share his thoughts “given I’m currently living in Italy, the epicentre of the virus”. “Queuing to go into supermarket is standard, but not because it’s for stockpiling or greed. Supermarkets have limited the number of people entering at any time so it’s never over-crowded! So wait and be patient to go in if your supermarket is doing this.
The tips According to Ashley Young are:
Constant use of Gloves
“Always use gloves from moment you get out of your car! You don’t want to touch trolleys that other hands have been on. Keep the gloves on until you are getting back in the car.
“Use a face mask or scarf to keep your nose and mouth covered.
“Always keep your distance at the till. Keep the trolley behind you when you unpack at the till as it stops people from being able to to get too close. “Don’t unpack your shopping right on top of somebody else’s, make a gap between theirs and yours so none of your shopping touches theirs. Here we can’t put our groceries on the belt until the person in front has finished paying.”
Using lifts and keeping your distance
In addition to shopping trips, he had words of advice for keeping safe in general. “This may sound harsh but treat everybod”This may sound harsh but treat everybody that’s not in your household as if they have the virus,” he said. “You just don’t know!
“Most importantly, just stay safe! This is what we are doing here, it’s not an overreaction, it’s staying safe. And just remember others should be looking at you in this way as well. It’s not horrible, it’s a way of keeping your distance to ultimately help save lives.”