Can lockdown be an opportunity to quit tobacco/alcohol

Can this 21 day lockdown opportunity be used as a window to try to encourage tobacco/alcohol users to quit (by shutting down ciggerate, gutka and wine shops)
May even provide medical support offered if required? more  

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In ancient ayurvedic of our country treatment to any viral problem is very simple.
Powder two tablets of VETTUMARAN GULIKA available with KOTTAKKAL ARYA VAIDYASALA of Calicut, put it in ginger extract, mix it well if one feel even the slight symptom of fever and consume Do not wait for the fever to increase.Do it at an interval of every 4 hours so that minimum 10 tablets are taken in a day
Usually within 24 hrs the fever will subside. Once fever is subsided all other problems related it like mucus and problems in breathing will go
Do not forget to take bath in normal water twice a day, if it is viral(fluctuating fever).
Corona, Nipa etc even though caused by RNA( instead of DNA) is still virus infection and the tablet costing 20 rupees for a strip of 10, will break the walls and kill the virus more  
This Virus should be an eye opener for all, and this 21 days of lockdown can be a positive window for attempting to give up on smoking, if we all take this positively. more  
Not necessarily. How selling of these items could be stopped during the lock down period without prohibiting their consumption nationwide? more  
Corona is a virus which don't differentiate but attacks and have power to destroy,so instead of making fun we have to be under "Self imposed restriction".As this virus attacks Lungs one should quit Smoking,gutka.As per Doctors Acohol is also harmful.Today it is reported that Prince Charles of UK tested Corona positive & is in quarantine. So we need to be serious for the sake of Humanity. more  
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