Tips for senior citizens to stay safe during the Covid-19 pandemic

Do keep updated with the latest news and guidelines on the pandemic, but also remember to disengage once in a while so as to not get overwhelmed by both the news and fake news. — Filepic

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), a pandemic is the global spread of a disease.

It first starts with an outbreak in a local area, before becoming an epidemic when it spreads to a wider area like a country or a region.

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