What to do during Lockdown days: take hints from Hina Khan

This is the first time when the whole country has come to a standstill. Each and every person other than the special services is staying home. Trying the best to help stop the spread of deadly coronavirus. From common people to celebrities, everyone is trying to keep others motivated by posting how their lockdown time is going on. If you are also looking out for what to do during lockdown days, take hints from Hina Khan.

The actress utilized her social media to firstly create awareness and secondly to give ideas about what to do during lockdown days. The actress made videos about using masks the right way and the wash your hands challenge. She wrote, “#RightWayToWearAMask Well I am not an expert but I had a look at one of the videos released by Professional. But I did not share that one and decided to create a video. where I personally am demonstrating the same steps and safety measures.

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Well I am not an expert but I had a look at one of the videos released by Professionals.. But I did not share that one and decided to create a video whr I personally am demonstrating same steps and safety measures, so that you all can relate to it and follow the right way on how to wear a basic simple surgical mask.. As a responsible citizen I would also like to convey that this basic mask will not provide you with complete safety from the virus.. while this basic surgical mask may be effective in blocking splashes and large particle droplets but it does not filter or block very small particles in the air that may b transmitted by coughing and sneezing..but sadly majority of the people in our country are using this very basic simple surgical mask..Due to scarcity of masks and lack of awareness people are forced to buy these thin layered disposable masks..This is why I though that I shud atleast help them to wear it the right way.. I wud also like to urge people to opt for N95 respirator masks which seals your nose chin and mouth properly and is a bit more safer thn the basic surgical mask..although it’s not easily available, you may also go for a simple thick layered padded cloth mask, and you can reuse it, if washed properly with antiseptic and warm water, and if properly ironed.. I also agree to the fact that no matter how efficient a respirator is, it wont eliminate the exposure entirely🙏 since this virus progressively crawls through the bronchial tubes and affects our lungs, we have to take precautions by washing hands and wear masks when you step out.

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As a responsible citizen, I would also like to convey that this basic mask will not provide you with complete safety from the virus. While this basic surgical mask may be effective in blocking splashes and large-particle droplets. However, it does not filter or block very small particles in the air that may b transmitted by coughing and sneezing. But sadly the majority of the people in our country are using this very basic simple surgical mask. Due to scarcity of masks and lack of awareness people are forced to buy these thin layered disposable masks. [You may like to read: Hina Khan’s emotional letter.]

This is why I thought that I should at least help them to wear it the right way… I would also like to urge people to opt for N95 respirator masks. It seals your nose chin and mouth properly and is a bit safer than the basic surgical mask. Although it’s not easily available, you may also go for a simple thick layered padded cloth mask. If washed properly with antiseptic and warm water, and if properly ironed. I also agree with the fact that no matter how efficient a respirator is, it won’t eliminate the exposure entirely.

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You will Heal, you will b okay… A sketch a day keeps the dulness away..

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Since this virus progressively crawls through the bronchial tubes and affects our lungs, we have to take precautions by washing hands and wear masks when you step out.” Hina also shared how she is honing her sketching skills telling us all what to do during the lockdown days. She posted her sketches and wrote, “You will heal, you will b okay… A sketch a day keeps the dullness away…”

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