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Coronavirus Information: Protect yourself and others from getting sick

Coronavirus Information: Protect yourself and others from getting sick

Public health emergency and international concern declaration of Coronavirus has made it the hottest topic in the health sectors. The current stats indicate that more than 3000 people have died from Coronavirus, and almost 88,000 patients have been infected with this virus.

Is everything that we hear online is right about Coronavirus? How to protect yourself and others from getting sick? Here is everything that you need to know about Coronavirus.

What is Coronavirus?

Coronavirus is a big family of viruses which contains illness in humans and animals like camels, cats, bats, cattle. The 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new infection from which humans can be infected through breathing. This virus was first recognized during an investigation into an explosion in Wuhan, China. Two other coronaviruses – the Middle East respiratory syndrome (Mers) and severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) are more severe and have killed thousands of people.

This virus is zoonotic, which means that it can be transferred between animals and human beings. Detailed examinations presented that SARS-CoV was transmitted from civet cats to humans and MERS-CoV from dromedary camels to humans. Several known coronaviruses are circulating in animals that have not yet infected humans.

How Coronavirus is transmitted?

The virus is transmitted by the breathing tract of a sick person in various ways. Some common ways are:

  • Airborne through sneezing and coughing of the ill person so that the virus can get in with the mucosa of the eyes, nose, or mouth of people nearby
  • Direct contact with the infected person, the virus can enter through nose, eyes, and mouth by touching the person directly
  • The virus might be transferred through indirect contact with a sick person like sharing things and foods

Signs and Symptoms of Coronavirus Infection

The signs of the virus can be seen, but only test can approve them after 14 days of the problems being faced. Following are the ordinary symptoms of this infection:

  • Cough
  • Cold flu
  • High fever
  • Body fatigue
  • Headache
  • Difficulty in breathing

Protection from Coronavirus

Symptoms may appear two to 14 days after exposure. A coronavirus vaccine isn’t currently available. The symptoms might not be severe at the start, but they can get worse with time and may lead to death. This respiratory illness cannot be seen in real, and the person cannot come to know about this problem as the symptoms are somehow similar to the typical cold and flu, so it is crucial to take care of you through some simple steps.

The protection includes normal precautions such as regular hand washing, not touching everything outside, wearing a mask in the open air, using handkerchief while sneezing and coughing, taking temperature, and cold severe. Prevention involves the avoidance of eating outside, especially beef, meat, and chicken; eat washed fruits and vegetables, cooked meat, and chicken.

Save others from getting Sick

If anyone is infected, he should avoid going out, should not use public transportation, buses, and taxis. Complete separation from home members is recommended; proper vaccination and medication must be done. He should cover his coughs and sneezes, clean his hands often, avoid sharing things with others, and staying hydrated can work. The infected person should wear a mask all the time and ought to be isolated so that others can be saved.

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