World No Tobacco Day 2021 | Corona high risk for cigarette smokers | Corona threat 50 percent higher in smokers, WHO.

World No Tobacco Day 2021 | Corona high risk for cigarette smokers | Corona threat 50 percent higher in smokers, WHO.

Do you have a smoking habit?  Are you burning cigarettes for the same purpose ..?  But this news is for you.  That’s all if you are not careful.

If you have a smoking habit it is a good idea to quit quickly.  Excessive smoking is known to cause heart disease, lung damage, diabetes and cancer.  In addition, the corona threat to smokers was found to be higher

world no tobacco day 2021.

It is believed that smoking cessation is essential to prevent the spread of the corona virus, thereby intensifying the fight against corona. Millions are said to be quitting smoking in the wake of the corona outbreak.

If you have a smoking habit it is a good idea to quit quickly. 

Corona threat to smokers was found higher.

Excessive smoking is known to cause heart disease, lung damage, diabetes and cancer.  In addition, the corona threat to smokers was found to be higher.

Today is World No Tobacco Day. The World Health Organization celebrates Tobacco Eradication Day on May 31 each year.

Smokers are target for corona

Organizing this day to raise awareness among the people on the ill effects caused by the use of tobacco and tobacco products. But now smokers are becoming a target for the corona pandemic.

Articles and researches about the high risk of corona for smokers.

According to an article published in the journal Thorax, smoking damages the lungs and immune system.  So it can be very difficult to tolerate a viral infection.

Researchers at King’s College London have found that those who quit smoking notice a difference in health within a week.

  Some studies have shown that those who quit smoking have improved lungs and increased immunity.  Scientists say quitting smoking reduces the risk of corona infection.

Corona threat 50 percent higher in smokers, WHO.

WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that the risk of covid 19 among smokers will increase by 50 percent.

World No Tobacco Day 2021 | Corona high risk for cigarette smokers | Corona threat 50 percent higher in smokers, WHO.
World No Tobacco Day 2021 | Corona high risk for cigarette smokers | Corona threat 50 percent higher in smokers, WHO.

Tedros suggests adopting a healthy lifestyle to avoid falling prey to the current conditions in which the corona is spreading rapidly. 

Commit to Quit Tobacco initiative.

In this context, they were asked to support the ‘Commit to Quit Tobacco’ initiative in support of the Tobacco Free Environment. 

As part of this campaign, millions of tobacco users are being provided with a free toolkit to help them quit smoking.  The WHO explained that it stands by those who need help to quit smoking.

Smoking cessation is essential to prevent the spread of corona virus.

It is believed that smoking cessation is essential to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, which could intensify the fight against the corona.

Millions are said to be quitting smoking in the wake of the corona outbreak. The World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement that it had decided to save the lives of family members and others.

The video was tweeted today on the occasion of World No Tobacco Day.

The WHO chief urged the nations of the world to join hands with them as part of the fight for a tobacco-free society.

According to the World Health Organization, 39% of men and 9% of women worldwide smoke.

The highest smoking rate in Europe is 26 percent, which could be reduced to 2 percent if emergency measures are taken.

Among the victims of covid 19, the victims are losing their lives due to lung problems and infection.

So smoking cessation is instructed to raise more awareness on this.

Smoking damages the lungs and immune system.  So viral infection is very difficult to tolerate.  That’s why medical experts say smokers are more likely to have serious problems if they are infected with the corona.  The WHO is saying the same thing.  Indicates quitting smoking.  It is campaigning under the name Commit to Quit Tobacco.