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The NY Times and a lot of publications are dropping the subscription walls to get information out to the public. Here is a link to the NY Times Corona Virus Map to track the infections. #StaySafe
As spread of the Corona Virus continues over the next several months it’s important to get out accurate information from the scientific community to help protect people as well as dispose myths as well as create greater understanding as we learn more about this new disease. Hint: Your Facebook newsfeed might not be the best place for accurate information.
The first known (COVID-19) was discovered on Dec 31st, 2019 in Wuhan, China and is spreading exponentially across the world.
This podcast first three tips are the most important and are for both tennis and non tennis players when it comes to strengthening your immune system as your best diffidence to fight off any disease such as influenza or Corona Virus.
The next 10 tips are designed specific for tennis players and are practical in nature for good hygiene and general good health to help give you peace of mind and some feeling of control with such an unknown and growing disease.
Please note there is no vaccine for (COVID-19) and won’t be for many years. Similarly to Zika Virus in 2015 there are preventative measures your can take but no known cures.
Tennis players and non tennis players need to take precaution and educate yourself as to help assist in preventative measures for this respiratory illness.
I think it is better to read about Corona Virus rather than watch the news as it can be sensationalized. The media serves a valuable service to raise awareness.
For greater understanding of the virus I’ve included a link to the Center of Infectious Disease and Public Policy at the University of Minnesota
As well as the Joe Rogan Podcast and his interview with International Infectious Disease Expert Michael Osterholm
Bonus Tip! Crack open a new can of tennis balls each time your play and try pick them up with your racquet rather than your hand just to be safe. Otherwise tennis seems to be an ideal safe distance to get exercise and meantime some social connection during the COVID-19 crisis.