While the rest of the world is busy mandating the experimental COVID-19 vaccines, El Salvador launched a new ad campaign to help prevent COVID19 deaths and hospitalizations.
El Salvador President Nayib Bukele launched a new ad campaign that promotes people to live a healthy lifestyle.
The campaign video, tweeted by President Bukele, tells Salvadorans that a healthy lifestyle also helps reduce any complications caused by COVID-19. It is the safest and easiest way to combat COVID-19.
The video gives recommendations that people need to follow to help reduce complications from COVID-19 and prevent deaths and hospitalizations.
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Here’s the translation:
“Maintaining a healthy lifestyle also helps reduce complications from COVID-19. The groups most at risk of mortality are older adults and people with obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and chronic diseases. Therefore, put these recommendations into practice. Eat a healthy balanced diet to get closer to your ideal weight. Do outdoor activities so you can breathe fresh air and get some sun. What your body needs to make vitamin D. Drink at least two liters of water a day to keep your kidneys healthy. Reduce stress by spending time with yourself such as doing yoga or reading a book. Try to sleep no less than 6 hours a day. Include citrus fruits in your diet, such as lemons, oranges, or tangerines. Avoid consuming alcoholic beverages, foods high in sugar or saturated fat. Today more than ever we must take care of each other. Stay healthy. Government of El Salvador.”
Somebody FINALLY did it!
A government (El Salvador) encouraging healthy diet, exercise, bodyweight management, and lifestyle change to combat C19 and other diseases.
I do wonder what would have happened if all of our countries had this messaging from the beginning… Props. https://t.co/3QgSnXAyUa
— ZUBY: (@ZubyMusic) January 4, 2022
The campaign video received positive feedback from the people.
This is great. Following these recommendations will make a person feel better, look better and build your body’s ability not only to fight COVID but also other troubling deseases: heart conditions, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.
— Ambassador Ron Johnson (@ambassador_ronj) January 5, 2022
During lockdown, the only things that were open were fast food, state run alcohol stores, and state run weed stores.
All gyms were closed.
Stay fat drunk and high but please get vaccinated.
— Aeons (@AeonsONE) January 4, 2022
doesn’t seem right… where is the money for the pharma companies in this?
— Dr. Julian Hosp (@julianhosp) January 4, 2022
Explaining issues to people like they are adults, reminding them their health is their greatest asset, and that taking care of it should be their first priority day-in and day-out, saves and will keep saving more quality-life years in societies that any treatment ever will.
— Mysth (@MysthLS) January 4, 2022
The El Salvadoran government told people what the “experts” should have been saying from the beginning. American health officials, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden, and state governors should spend time talking about these things and not about pushing experimental vaccines to kids and adults.
According to CDC, obesity may triple the risk of hospitalization due to a COVID-19 infection. Since the beginning of the pandemic and November 18, 2020, an estimate suggests that 271,800 (30.2%) of these hospitalizations were attributed to obesity.
Having obesity increases the risk of severe illness from COVID-19. People who are overweight may also be at increased risk.
Having obesity may triple the risk of hospitalization due to a COVID-19 infection.
Obesity is linked to impaired immune function.
Obesity decreases lung capacity and reserve and can make ventilation more difficult.
A study of COVID-19 cases suggests that risks of hospitalization, intensive care unit admission, invasive mechanical ventilation, and death are higher with increasing BMI.
- The increased risk for hospitalization or death was particularly pronounced in those under age 65.
More than 900,000 adult COVID-19 hospitalizations occurred in the United States between the beginning of the pandemic and November 18, 2020. Models estimate that 271,800 (30.2%) of these hospitalizations were attributed to obesity.