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We aim to compare the effects of a World Health Organization recommendation-based education and a personalised complex preventive lifestyle intervention package based on the same WHO recommendation on the outcomes of the COVID Hungarian population over the age of 60 years without confirmed COVID will be approached to participate in a telephone health assessment and lifestyle counselling voluntarily.
Volunteers will be randomised into two groups: A general health education and B personalised health education. Participants will go through questioning and recommendation in 5 fields: 1 mental health, 2 smoking habits, 3 physical activity, 4 dietary habits, and 5 alcohol consumption.
Both groups A and B will receive the same line of questioning to assess habits concerning these topics. Assessment will be done weekly during the first month, every second week in the second month, then monthly.
The estimated sample size is subjects per study arm. The planned duration of the follow-up is a minimum of 1 year. Consequently, lifestyle changes can reduce the incidence of life-threatening conditions and attenuate the detrimental effects of the pandemic seriously affecting the older population.