The WHO has characterized the corona virus as a pandemic. Despite the precautionary measures proposed by experts and taken by government agencies, namely social detachment, blocking, quarantine facilities, increased availability of testing laboratories and hospitals for treatment, the virus continues to spread to different parts of the world. The number of infected people is skyrocketing and the number of fatalities is also increasing. This has created strong feelings of fear and in some cases panic among people as it is an unknown threat that no one has been exposed to before.
In the midst of this situation, combating the disease is at the forefront of healthcare workers, doctors, nurses, and even volunteers. While not everyone is trained to do what they do, ordinary people also take care of their family members and loved ones. And that can take a toll. Working mothers who take care of their children and work from home, or other people who take care of their older parents who are more susceptible to disease, even if you are single and live alone, it is important to take some time out to take and practice some self-care.