Impossible to write them all down here, so I let you the choice of going to some of the below websites and decide yourself. University of Missouri Some interesting video's (in Dutch) on the website of the University of Amsterdam. Information about the myths of fertility and miscarriage by the BBC The Mayo Clinic on
YES! Though vaccinations does not mean you cannot get COVID-19, as with any vaccination, it is more and more obvious that it gives you a lesser chance of ending up being hospitalised as can be seen in different studies. An interesting way to see why it works is shown in these movies here and here (in Dutch
Though a definite and clear answer can not yet be given, there are some results of studies and I have found the following answers. Plastic and stainless steel: 72 hours | Studies have shown that the COVID-19 virus can survive for up to 72 hours on plastic and stainless steel on copper: less than 4
This question is still difficult to answer the question and the World Health Organization (WHO) is warning that "there is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from COVID-19 and have antibodies are protected from a second infection." While US officials have championed the Antibody Test as a way to determine who is immune
Imagine your daily routine being entirely dependent on a smart phone app. Leaving your home, taking the subway, going to work, entering cafes, restaurants and shopping malls — each move, dictated by the color shown on your screen. Green: you're free to proceed. Amber or Red: you're barred from entry. This has been the reality
NO. Spraying alcohol or chlorine all over your body will not kill viruses that have already entered your body. Spraying such substances can be harmful to clothes or mucous membranes (i.e. eyes, mouth). Be aware that both alcohol and chlorine can be useful to disinfect surfaces, but they need to be used under appropriate recommendations.
NO, taking a hot bath will not prevent you from catching COVID-19. Your normal body temperature remains around 36.5°C to 37°C, regardless of the temperature of your bath or shower. Actually, taking a hot bath with extremely hot water can be harmful, as it can burn you. The best way to protect yourself against COVID-19
NO, there is no reason to believe that cold weather can kill the new coronavirus or other diseases. The normal human body temperature remains around 36.5°C to 37°C, regardless of the external temperature or weather. The most effective way to protect yourself against the new coronavirus is by frequently cleaning your hands with alcohol-based hand
NO. It does NOT protect you against COVID-19 and can be dangerous! Frequent or excessive alcohol consumption can increase your risk of health problems. See the WHO fact sheet about alcohol.
SUN | Does Exposing yourself to the sun or to temperatures higher than 25C degrees prevent the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)?
NO. You can catch COVID-19, no matter how sunny or hot the weather is. Countries with hot weather have reported cases of COVID-19. To protect yourself, make sure you clean your hands frequently and thoroughly and avoid touching your eyes, mouth, and nose.