How to Get Your Finger-Lickin’ On, Baby: How to Survive The New York City Death Toll

If you want to survive the new year, it might be wise to know some simple tips. 

But if you’re one of the hundreds of thousands of people who will soon be on the road to recovery, don’t be so easily swayed. 

It’s a fact of life in 2017, that a few days away from the start of the year means the end of hope for most of us. 

As of this writing, there are already more than 4,400 confirmed cases of coronavirus in New York state, with an additional 1,300 cases being confirmed. 

If you want some tips on how to survive this year, we’ve rounded up a list of things you can do to help make your life better, and make your city safer.1.

Learn the latest news and trends about coronaviruses, coronaviral disease, and related issues, and read it aloud to yourself as you write.

This will help you understand and be prepared for any new news you might encounter. 


Stay up-to-date on the latest coronaviroca news. 


Find out how to get the flu vaccine, if you have it. 4.

Watch out for flu symptoms: For those of you who are already sick, stay hydrated, get plenty of sleep, and take some medication, it’s a good idea to keep a diary. 


Learn to protect yourself. 


Don’t eat meat or fish: A lot of people are still in denial about how deadly coronaviolosis can be, and even when you do understand how serious it can be for you, you’ll still want to stay away from it.

If you have to go, make sure you’re prepared with proper hygiene, and don’t eat, drink, or smoke any meat or seafood, unless you’re a doctor.7.

Don�t wear masks: Masks make you more likely to get sick, but they can also make it harder for you to find the right mask. 


Get vaccinated: There are currently more than 100,000 doses of vaccine available in the U.S. and more than 30,000 worldwide. 


Get tested for COVID-19: The CDC says if you get a cold or flu and you have a COVID infection, get tested for coronavivirus before you go out. 


Keep an eye on your loved ones: Your loved ones need your protection, and if you want them to get well, they need you to keep an eye out for any signs of illness. 


Take precautions for yourself: When you go shopping, take extra precautions to make sure that your purse doesn’t fall out of your purse, and you wear gloves when you go to the bathroom. 


Make sure you wash your hands: If the flu has you worried about your hands, there’s an extra precaution to take. 


Get a vaccine: You can get your first shot from a vaccine store or online. 


Don`t take any new medication: Unless you’re the doctor who gave you the flu shot, it is unlikely that you’ll be getting any more medication during this time of year. 


Watch for any other new or emerging coronavievirus infections: Although coronavavirals can cause pneumonia and other serious respiratory infections, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be concerned about your immune system and the viruses that may be circulating in your body. 


If any of these tips don’t work for you and you’re in the NYC area, don`t hesitate to call your doctor or health department. 


Read up on your own health: As we all know, coronivirus can be a serious illness that can affect your health and well-being. 

Do you have tips for keeping your home and workplace safe, and staying healthy during the new pandemic? 

What other tips have you found? 

Check out our full list of top 10 tips below. 

What to do if you suspect you have COVID:1.

Stay hydrated: Keep hydrated. 

Take in water and salt regularly. 

Get a good night’s sleep and keep a log of the times you feel sick. 

Stay hydrated for as long as possible, but don’t overdo it.2.

Wear masks:  If you get an infection from COVID, do not wear masks. 

Use a mask if you need to stay hydated, if possible. 

A mask is designed to help protect you from inhaling the virus. 

Try to wear it when you’re out and about, and avoid the ones you have on hand. 

Make sure you have an easy way to get a mask.3.

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