Coronavirus pandemic hits the world hard and this is the first time something terrible will happened across the whole country.
Different research have been going on since the pandemic started and the deadly virus has killed million of people in the world with the total of 1.49million.
Now, WHO has explained where to wear face mask and when not to wear it, with the updated advice suggests, it revealed that people in areas of suspected high coronavirus transmission should wear face masks in schools, at their places of work and even in their own home when guests visit.
The new World Health Organisation (WHO) advice as he announced on Wednesday recommends the use of the face masks at home when receiving visitors and keep the social distancing.
UN agency issue the advice base on the wearing of face mask in public in the community.
However, in areas with known or suspected spread of Covid-19, the WHO recommends people should wear a mask indoors and outdoors where distancing of at least one metre cannot be maintained.
This means you have to performed the protocols for safety, and the advice applies to shops, schools and shared workplaces, and stated that masks should be won indoors regardless of social distancing unless ventilation has been assessed to be adequate.
Children aged up to five should not wear masks, a “risk-based approach” should be taken for six to 11-year-olds, while those aged 12 and over should follow the same principles as adults, the guidance states.
During vigorous physical activity, it recommend that masks should not be worn.
Despite the limited evidence of protective efficacy of mask wearing in community settings, recommendations were still made.