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Coronavirus : Symptoms & PrecautionsTuesday April 21, 2020 at 7:20 pm
Coronavirus symptoms are just like that of flu. It has infected over 2 million people in the whole world until now and is still counting. More than 137k people have died from this dangerous disease. From those 2 million people, over 500k people have been saved and survived this life-threatening illness.
What is Coronavirus?
Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is a life-threatening disease that is just like the flu. It spreads through touching an infected person or if you stay near the infected person, and he sneezes or coughs. The virus can remain alive in the open for about 12 to 24 hours, and this is what makes it super dangerous.
What are the symptoms?
There are many symptoms during Coronavirus; the most common ones are these.
- Dry Cough
- Having trouble in breathing
The symptoms of Coronavirus occur after 14 days. So it’s like you will be infected for almost 14 days with a virus and won’t even know. This virus is most likely to contaminate the people who are old and have inadequate immune systems. Especially people who have any disease are more likely to get infected by this virus.
I’m sure you may have heard about the most significant precautions that the whole world countries’ governments are doing. Lockdown is the best precaution for anyone.
- Stay home.
- Keep distance for any person who shows any symptoms.
- Wash your hands before acting, and when you return home from outside.
- Cough while covering your face with a handkerchief.
- If you feel any of the symptoms, then call the hospital that time only.
There is no 100% guaranteed treatment until now, but there are two crucial things you can do to make sure you can survive the infection.
If you show any of the symptoms in just a mild way, make sure you rest at home and don’t work. Rest your body, drink a lot of water and other liquids, and also keep your body warm.
Getting help from professional
If your self-care doesn’t work after two days, then call the local hospitals or anyone that will be there to pick you up. Once you get there, eat all the medicine and food that the doctors will provide you.