Wash your hands
Washing your hands correctly — using soap and water and washing for at least 20 seconds — or using hand sanitizer when soap and water aren’t available, still stands as the best way to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.
Stay at home
If you do need to leave the house, follow some basic preventative measures. otherwise please stay at your home for your own safety and for others.
Follow local public health guidelines
By mid-March 2020, many states, counties and cities implemented their own protective measures to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Many public and private schools are closed, and youth sports programs have been suspended just as college and professional sports have. Restaurants and bars are closed or have limited hours and capabilities, as do other nonessential businesses, such as clothing stores. government is giving guidelines to protect yourself, please follow them.
If your state or local government has imposed guidelines, you should follow them to the best of your ability.
Boost your immune system.
Also eat foods enriched with vitamin c, stay hydrated, minimize overly processed foods and make sure to eat enough micronutrients when you can (try your best with what you can find at grocery stores right now).