CORONAVIRUS LIVE UPDATE & OVERVIEW
CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) IS AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE INCEPTION BY A NEWLY DISCOVERED CORONAVIRUS
Coronavirus Overview (COVID-19)
Most People Infected with the Covid-19 Virus Will Experience Mild to Moderate Respiratory Illness and Recover Without Requiring Special Treatment. Older People and Those with Underlying Medical Problems Like Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Chronic Respiratory Disease, and Cancer Are More Likely to Develop Serious Illness.
The Best Way to Prevent and Slow Down Transmission Is Been Well-Informed About the Covid-19 Virus, the Disease It Causes, and How It Spreads. Protect Yourself and Others from Infection by Washing Your Hands or Using an Alcohol-Based Rub Frequently and Not Touching Your Face.
The Covid-19 Virus Spreads Primarily Through Droplets of Saliva or Discharge from the Nose When an Infected Person Coughs or Sneezes, So It’s Important That You Also Practice Respiratory Etiquette (For Example, by coughing into a Flexed Elbow).
At This Time, There Are No Specific Vaccines or Treatments for Covid-19. However, Many Ongoing Clinical Trials Are Evaluating Potential Treatments. Who Will Continue to Provide Updated Information as Soon as Clinical Findings Become Available
Definition of COVID-19
How to Prevent Ourselves from Coronavirus (Covid-19)
to Prevent Infection and Slow Transmission of Covid-19, Do the Following:
Wash Your Hands Regularly with Soap and Water, or Clean Them with an Alcohol-Based Hand Rub.
Maintain at Least 1- Meter Distance Between You and People Coughing or Sneezing.
Avoid Touching Your Face.
Cover Your Mouth and Nose When Coughing or Sneezing.
Stay Home If You Feel Unwell.
Refrain from Smoking and Other Activities That Weaken the Lungs.
Practice Physical Distancing by Avoiding Unnecessary Travel and Staying Away from Large Groups of People.
CORONAVIRUS SYMPTOMS (COVID-19)
COVID-19 AFFECTS DIFFERENT PEOPLE IN DIFFERENT WAYS. MOST INFECTED PEOPLE WILL DEVELOP MILD TO MODERATE ILLNESS AND RECOVER WITHOUT HOSPITALIZATION.
Most Common Symptoms:
- Dry Cough
- Less Common Symptoms:
- Aches and Pains
- Sore Throat
- Loss of Taste or Smell
- a Rash on Skin, or Discoloration of Fingers or Toes
- Serious Symptoms:
- Difficulty Breathing or Shortness of Breath
- Chest Pain or Pressure
- Loss of Speech or Movement