In the last two weeks, the number of cases of CoronaVirus outside of China has increased 13 times. COVID-19 can be classified as an epidemic. Coronavirus or COVID-19, the disease was already overwhelming China, South Korea, Iran, and Italy. And this has been a warning to other countries where it was now spreading rapidly. In the coming days and weeks, we expect to see the number of cases, deaths, and affected countries increase dramatically. COVID-19 broadcasting was not something that could be stopped. But we can still slow down. We must just take action now.
Someone with COVID-19 often has fever, fatigue, and cough. Ants, pains, and other mild symptoms are also possible, but they are most common. But the severity of those symptoms varies and for some people who get the virus, you will never show any symptoms. In 80% of cases, people only get mild infections. But in 20% of cases, the disease can be very noticeable. It can develop into severe pneumonia when people need hospitalization, filing. Overall it seems like about 1 to 2% of known cases lead to death, but that number is much lower in young people and much higher in older people. People with uncontrolled, under-diagnosed, and chronic diseases, have a difficult time.
The virus appears to be more contagious, more contagious than the flu. All you need to do is broadcast a COVID-19 cough or sneeze on someone. Touch the area, where the virus is still and keep your hand in your mouth or eyes. After being infected, it can take an average of 5 – 6 days before you feel ill and your symptoms start to appear. But you can still spread it to other people during that time, even if you feel well.
Just as people realize they are sick, it seems they are at great risk of passing it on to others. That is how that virus is so effective in spreading the world so quickly. And why is the WHO now calling COVID-19 a pandemic? But what they say next is important. We won’t say this much. All countries are still changing the ways of the epidemic. And that depends on something each of us needs to do as individuals. Therefore, infections become really dangerous, whenever you get sick right away and the health system gets frustrated.
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- Basic Prevention measures
Basic Prevention measures
Following are the basic preventions for the corona Virus
Wash your hands frequently
Always wash your hands with alcohol-based soap or wash it with soap and water.
Keep at least 1 meter (3 meters) between you and anyone who coughs or sneezes.
Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
Hands are affected by many places and can be infected. When contaminated, hands can spread the virus to your eyes, nose or mouth. From there, the virus can enter your body and make you sick.
Practice respiratory hygiene
Make sure that you and the people near you are following good hygiene practices. This means covering your mouth and nose with your elbows or tissues when you cough or sneeze. Then discard the used tissue immediately.
If you have a cold, cough and difficulty breathing, seek early medical help
Stay home if you feel uncomfortable. If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical help and call early. Follow the directions of your local health authorities.
Stay informed and follow the advice given by your healthcare provider
Stay informed about the latest developments regarding COVID-19. Follow the tips provided by your health care provider, your public or local health authority or your employer on how to protect yourself and others on CoronaVirus.
Other ways to protect people entering or visiting (within 14 days) where CoronaVirus is spreading
Follow the guidelines outlined above.
- Stay at home if you start to feel uncomfortable, even if you have sensitive symptoms such as a headache and a slight runny nose until you recover. Avoiding contact with others and visiting medical facilities will allow these centers to be more effective and help protect you and other COVID-19s and other viruses.
- If you have a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, seek medical advice immediately as this may be due to a respiratory infection or other serious condition. Call ahead and inform your provider of any recent trips or connections with travelers. Calling in advance will allow your health care provider to refer you immediately to the appropriate health facility. This will also help prevent the possible spread of Coronavirus and other viruses.