Some information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

COVID-19, which started in Wuhan, China, has so far reached more than 170 countries. The number of people who died from their infection increased to 13,050. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared it an epidemic. Governments around the world are focusing on raising awareness of the coronavirus. Experts say it can only be controlled by preventing your infection from spreading. The coronavirus can best be prevented by identifying its symptoms.

Size of coronavirus

Corona is 900 times smaller than a human hair. Do you know that the Coronavirus, that is, coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a very subtle but effective virus? The coronavirus is 900 times smaller than a human hair. In size, this little virus has scared the whole world. Its fears throughout the world

Coronavirus in India

There are 283 cases of Corona infection in India right now. There are 244 Indians and 39 foreigners among them. Corona has so far taken 170 countries. Corona symptoms have been found in 33 people in Kerala. However, 3 of these people have been treated. PM Modi discussed with the heads of the SAARC countries Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday night at 5 pm discussed a video with the heads of SAARC countries about the coronavirus.
Pakistan's health minister joined the discussion. All the bosses agreed to fight Corona together. In Italy, 27,980 people have been killed by the deadly Coronavirus. So far, 13,050 people have died worldwide from Corona. So far, 853 people have died from Corona in Iran and 81 in South Korea. In Italy alone, 2,158 people have died from Corona so far. So far, the number of people affected by the corona in China has increased to 80,824.

The great challenge to control the corona

Controlling the corona has become a great challenge for health authorities to prevent it from spreading. However, China is doing everything possible to stop it. The number of new cases has decreased there. It has spread to 170 countries. The WHO has declared it an epidemic. The WHO also issued a notice providing information on the symptoms of the disease and its prevention measures.

This virus reached 170 countries

Coronavirus cases have been confirmed in 170 countries outside of China, reached in 70 countries. These countries include Thailand, Iran, Italy, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Australia, Malaysia, the United States, France, Germany, and the United Arab Emirates. Let us know what are the symptoms and ways to prevent this virus.

1. What is the coronavirus?

The Coronavirus belongs to a family of viruses whose infection can cause problems ranging from a cold to shortness of breath. This virus has never been seen before. The virus infection started in December in Wuhan, China. According to the WHO, fever, cough, and shortness of breath are its symptoms. So far, no vaccine has been made to stop the spread of the virus.

2. What are the symptoms of this disease?

Its symptoms are similar to the flu. As a result of the infection, problems such as fever, cold, shortness of breath, stuffy nose and sore throat arise. This virus spreads from person to person. Therefore, great care is being taken in this regard. In some cases, the coronavirus can also be fatal. Especially the elderly and those who already have asthma, diabetes, and heart disease.

3. What are the preventive measures?

The Ministry of Health has issued guidelines to prevent the coronavirus. According to them, hands should be washed with soap. You can also use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Keep your nose and mouth covered with a tissue or tissue paper while coughing and peeling. Stay away from people who have cold and flu symptoms. Avoid eating eggs and meat. Avoid contact with wild animals.

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