Wash your hands often
Since there is no vaccine at the moment, the best way to reduce your chances of contracting the infection is to wash your hands regularly.
Take your time while washing your hands to ensure that you get rid of all the germs. See here to know how to wash your hands properly.
Always cough into your elbow
Now is not the time to cough into your hands.This is because the virus is spread by droplets, usually created when an infected person sneezes or coughs.
So make sure you avoid coughing/sneezing into your hands and use your elbow instead. A tissue works too as long as you dispose of it properly and wash your hands immediately.
Replace hugs and handshakes with fist bumps or elbow bumps
Avoid touching your face
According to Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), "Touching your face after touching contaminated surfaces or sick people is one of the ways the coronavirus can be transmitted."
Scientists recommend staying more than 3ft (1m) apart from people.
All these things, no matter how simple or small they seem, will definitely reduce your chances of contracting the virus.