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A doctor suggests things to consider in a park, at the beach and the pool While case numbers and deaths from Covid-19 are trending downward, this is not the time to let down your guard. A doctor suggests things to consider in a park, at the beach and the pool. It is safe to go to a pool, the beach or a park? A doctor offers guidance as coronavirus distancing measures lifted.

The decision about whether to go to a beach, a pool or a park was previously pretty simple — now, not so much. On one hand, there is too much information, some of it conflicting and much of it. Citation: How can you be safe at a pool, the beach or a park? A doctor offers guidance as coronavirus distancing measures lifted. A Doctor Offers Guidance as Coronavirus Distancing Measures Lifted How Can You Be Safe at a Pool, the Beach or a Park?

While case numbers and deaths from COVID-19 are trending downward, this is not the time to let down your guard. How can you be safe at a pool, the beach or a park? A doctor offers guidance as coronavirus distancing measures lifted to get together with who have followed social distancing guidelines and. A doctor offers guidance as coronavirus distancing measures lifted Even if we escaped getting sick from the coronavirus, we are all sick of staying at home, practicing social distancing and.

If at a park, walk or hike single file and leave room for others to pass at a safe distance. Consider going at off-peak hours and to less popular locations. If going to the beach, you still need to.

Is it safe to go to a pool, the beach or a park? A doctor offers guidance as coronavirus distancing measures lifted By Claudia Finkelstein for CNN | Posted How can you be safe at a pool, the beach, or a park?

A doctor offers guidance as coronavirus distancing measures lifted The decision about whether to go to a beach, a pool or a park.

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Travelers can be instructed to take personal precautionary measures to prevent schistosomiasis infection, such as not swimming or wading in bodies of fresh water when visiting endemic areas, and toweling the skin off immediately if drops of water from contaminated sources are splashed onto bare skin.

“Netter's Infectious Diseases E-Book” by Elaine C. Jong, Dennis L. Stevens
from Netter’s Infectious Diseases E-Book
by Elaine C. Jong, Dennis L. Stevens
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Swimming is possible provided someone else is present who could lifesave if necessary, provided the patient is not in one of the higher risk categories (see box).

“Practical General Practice: Guidelines for Effective Clinical Management” by Alex Khot, Andrew Polmear
from Practical General Practice: Guidelines for Effective Clinical Management
by Alex Khot, Andrew Polmear
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Some programs advocate covering the exit site and catheter with occlusive dressings while swimming, and then performing exit site care immediately after swimming.

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The client should protect the site during bathing and should carry or wear a Medic-Alert identification.

“Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book” by Linda Anne Silvestri
from Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book
by Linda Anne Silvestri
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The best way to prevent infection is to avoid exposure: travelers should avoid contact with potentially contaminated bodies of water, walking in flood waters, and contact with potentially infected animals or their body fluids.

“CDC Yellow Book 2020: Health Information for International Travel” by CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION. (CDC), Gary W. Brunette
from CDC Yellow Book 2020: Health Information for International Travel
by CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION. (CDC), Gary W. Brunette
OXFORD University Press, 2019

Swimming in adequately chlorinated swimming pools is virtually always safe, even in diseaseendemic countries.

“Extreme Sports Medicine” by Francesco Feletti
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by Francesco Feletti
Springer International Publishing, 2016

Calculate the risk of infection from rotavirus during swimming in polluted water.

“Environmental Monitoring and Characterization” by Janick Artiola, Ian L. Pepper, Mark L. Brusseau
from Environmental Monitoring and Characterization
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Elsevier Science, 2004

Generally, for infectious disease prevention, only pools that contain chlorinated water can be considered safe places to swim.

“Americans Traveling Abroad: What You Should Know Before You Go” by Gladson I. Nwanna
from Americans Traveling Abroad: What You Should Know Before You Go
by Gladson I. Nwanna
Frontline Publishers, 2004

Travellers to endemic areas should avoid tap water and uncooked food and drinks potentially contaminated with water (salads, ice in drinks).

“Textbook of Hepatology: From Basic Science to Clinical Practice” by Juan Rodés, Jean-Pierre Benhamou, Andres Blei, Juerg Reichen, Mario Rizzetto, Jean-Francois Dufour, Scott L. Friedman, Pere Ginès, Dominique-Charles Valla, Fabien Zoulim, Neil McIntyre
from Textbook of Hepatology: From Basic Science to Clinical Practice
by Juan Rodés, Jean-Pierre Benhamou, et. al.
Wiley, 2008

Prevention requires avoiding infected bodies of water during periods of cercarial transmission, swimming later in the day, and avoiding prolonged water exposure near the shoreline.

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from Textbook of Family Medicine E-Book
by Robert E. Rakel
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007

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  • Get more information about swimming and the coronavirus below!

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  • So swimming is therefore safe in public pools because the chlorine kills the virus. What about flirting with girls on the pool deck? Since we have to keep a distance of 1 to 2 meters, we can only go to the pool to swim, but we can’t flirt/talk with girls? Am I supposed to wear a mask on the pool deck when talking to someone?

  • Well my swimming ans school and everything got cancelled cuz Ireland just went into shut down so I have nothing to do and I can’t train so this was helpful

  • My daughter is 8yrs old and takes swim lessons…the teachers are very close to the kids as they are training them to learn to swim…they talk to them constantly and show them proper form…so unfortunately my daughter won’t be swimming this summer…I was going to put the plastic face shields over her so when the trainer talk to her…her face is covered..but no…opting out is just better for now…better safe than sorry

  • Okay good to know that water does not contract or spread the virus do the handles lawn chairs and gate opening in apartment pools need to be disinfected or handled with gloves to keep the virus from spreading should signs be put up at sale only one swimmer at a time in the pool and others maintain 6ft Separation on the deck these are questions I have can you answer them thank you

  • Generally what you say is ok but that about not touching pets, and washing the hands after touching your own pet is just totally insane. where did you get that information? research better because there is no transmission between animal and owner.

  • Media grasping at straws on a failed narrative. Let people enjoy their lives. If you’re scared, stay in your basement, why do you want others to be as miserable as you are

  • Went for a daily swim last two months, no problems at all, in perfect health!! Giga Chads are immune from getting sick from Coronachan.

  • I like this video a lot! I have a youtube channel with best workouts and Aqua Aerobics, and miss so much being in the pool! I will share this video with my class!

  • My pool just closed today. I’m so pissed. I guess I’ll go jump into the cold ocean and swim there. Just gotta watch for those sharks. ��

  • I had been so excited for a couple of weeks now to join my school’s swim team and I even bought the gear and swam to get some practice in before joining. Now it has been cancelled along with school…

  • I cannot believe in year 2020 we are teaching people washing hands. It’s everywhere in every material and every source about covid-19 I come across. ��

  • Swimmers are breathing Air not water, right? Sooooo. Let’s see, of course you can get COVID in a pool: if you are swimming in a pool where a swimmer was breathing, duh! Of course, you are breathing the air they also were breathing, right? Of course if someone coughs at you you should be careful but people are breathing around each other: swimmers exhale and inhale air. Okay, I had to say it. No one else has

  • Short answer: NO, don’t go to the pool. Not by the pool itself but about how you get there and how you can help the virus spread. And even get infected.

  • Although pool chlorination do provide adequate protection against corona viruses, the best thing to do for the next two weeks is staying at home as possible as we can.

  • We have only 6 people got Corona in Turkey. We swam one last time yesterday with team. Most of the official pool will be closed for a week. I think it will continue to 1 April.

  • SARS-CoV-2 is the actual virus name. COVID-19 is the disease caused by it. Like HIV causes AIDS. Technically COVID-19 will not be in the pool, but rather SARS-CoV-2 could be in the pool

  • Chlorine is used as a disinfectant in all pools (if you know of ANY pools not using chlorine name it). Also, national pool standards keep at least 2.0 ppm of free chlorine in the water, which means there’s always available chlorine available in the water to disinfect. Virus vs Chlorine = Chlorine wins.

  • Greetings, fellow swimmers! I’ll bitterly miss swimming for the next weeks but it’s time to stay at home. We have to keep ourselves alive and well first to enjoy our days in the pool in the time to come. Love you all! Take care!

  • Here in Milan we are in a total lockdown. Please don’t underestimate the dangerousness of the virus. Take care and thanks a lot for the dryland tutorial.

  • I know that in order to keep in shape I need to do dry lands if I don’t have a pool for now. But do you have a good drylands routine to do at home like 100 pushups a day?

  • I love to swim Saints saints saints their lives and likeness peace be with you all And all the swimmers and their families from Corrie’s swim club in Christ Jesus God bless

  • Thank you so much for this nice and useful video. I’m from North Italy (from the same city of G. Paltrinieri) and my last swimming training was exatly one week ago. I don’t know when I will see again an open pool…until then, I will look hard all aviable video for indor swimming training, like yours.

  • This is awesome and I’ve been wondering about that if you could catch it in the pool and I did think about chlorine killing everything so thank you for doing this! And may God keep us all safe!

  • Saturday after the national state of emergency was announced, they closed our pool for at least a week. They’ll reevaluate then. Based on other countries and California, it’s probably going to be closed for a long time. Stay safe and healthy, everyone!

    Is there a way to log a dry land training exercise in MSP? (trivial with everything else going on, but curious.)

  • The pool is not dangerous at all! However, although pool chlorination do provide adequate protection against corona viruses, the best thing to do for the next two weeks is staying at home as possible as we can.

  • This information is wrong, pets don’t transmit the virus. Eating bats, bears, dogs and other ‘exotic’ animals do. How many people have picked up infection from a public pool? The chlorine in a swimming pool is not strong enough to kill this virus. We should ALL BE SOCIAL DISTANCING. Ans as for the guy who said pee in the pool. You are the reason disease spreads. Urgh.

  • If you are worried about it, an extra layer of protection is to wear your suit to the pool, dunk your hands in the water as soon as you get on deck (from opening the doors) before taking off your clothes. Then deck dress, use your towel to open the doors. Of course this only works when it’s warm enough to walk to your car wet…

  • Thank you for the video pools are closed in Berlin, Germany, as of today… city decided to slow down public life. So this is really really helpful tips to keep in shape!

  • You have just repeated all the standard air breathing protocols re COVID-19. What does this have to do with freestyle swimming with bilateral breathing.

  • Hi,I’m a swimmer, I haven’t gone for swimming for since 1month so I’m becoming a little bit fatter so,could u plz suggest methods to control the fat

  • We don’t need the government to tell us when and where it is safe and when and where we can enjoy freedom. If people want to go outside, there are risks. Tyranny and restricting FREEDOM is not the solution. This is not about a virus. It never has been. Wake up people!

  • 2 people from my gym contracted Covid-19. My gym has a pool, so I am not entirely sure if I should swim in it, or even go to the gym.

  • Guys I’m literally crying. I need to swim. I’ll go hours in the pool and do some strokes. I’m so sad we have to stay home from what we love doing

  • My local pool has been quieter lately. I haven’t stopped going yet and probably won’t, because I really need the exercise, badly… but if the coronavirus situation worsens most public pools will probably close anyway.

  • Risky behavior. Yea who’s muggy this Tuesday?

    This is very real but if we think safely. We can have fun

    What bullshit gave you a hs diploma. Your pathetic

  • lol no dry land activites are gonna keep u in shape for swimming bro

    edit: unless youre a triathlete cuz yall cant swim no matter what u do anyway

  • I make sure the swimming pools are safe by excreting a steady heavy stream of my golden urine. Unintentional results include blonde hair for all ����

  • This is what it looks like when a person doesn’t normally speak with his hands and has been told that moving your hands when you speak is more impactful. PHONY! Dude, we are here because we want to hear what you have to say. Just speak normally. You needn’t be affected. You are not being graded. Relax. Your over emphasis is driving people away.

  • Wrong! pets can get the virus! Cats can then spread it in your house. Look it up. Tons of vet videos. He is lying. If bats can get it bats…….really pets can’t?????

  • They never said what atmosphere publicly..and most people are willfully trying to cause chaos seen on Washington DCs mayor’s live Facebook account

  • Hi, I’m from italy.
    It’s been about 4 weeks since I don’t get in to a pool. I’m becoming crazy. I need to get in to the water, NOW.

  • With the protests and riots that went on in the USA in the past week? We’ll find out from that. Social distancing was largely ignored. My guess is that we’re safe, the U.S. news shamed the protests to reopen the economy and freedom to attend church or hold a funeral but that all changed in the past week.

  • I would take medical advice from a witch doctor with a bone through his nose before I listen to any of these lying experts. This is all LIES.