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How the corona-virus spreads and how to prevent the virus

Updated on June 5, 2020
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I am student. I love reading and writing. Love my family and friends. I live in Pakistan.

Where did the corona virus start.

The corona virus originated in the Chinese city of Crisis, where many people come for study or for business or leisure. Close contact has spread the virus to people as people continue to return to their home countries. Such a virus was spread because the virus originated in the crisis city of China, which is why China was more affected by it. Gradually, the virus spread throughout the country because the virus originated in the crisis city which It is present in China. From there, China became more affected. Gradually, the virus spread throughout the country. The Corona virus caused more casualties than financial losses.

How the virus enters the body

The virus is spread through close contact. The virus travels directly from our nose to our lungs. Look closely at the structure of this virus .There are nuclei like spikes. Also look at the photos of our lungs how many branches are woven. The virus travels through the nose to our lungs and sticks easily. It happens multiply on the same. Then the damage begins. This clearly shows that most of the symptoms are related to the lungs. And if it gets into your stomach with food, there are products in the stomach that kill the virus easily. This indicates that the virus is not spread by food.

How does the corona virus spread from person to person

The corona virus spreads very easily from one person to another. Suppose I cough. Now there are two types of cough. By placing one hand and second I cough in the air, the germs of this virus will fall on the hand or mouth of a person standing at a distance of one and a half feet with my breath or on the ground. This way the virus is more likely to spread. Now if I put my hand and cough. And if you touch the glass or the elevator or anything after coughing, the germs of this virus will stick to this place. And as soon as someone else touches it. The germs of this virus will stick inside his hand and enter inside his body. Because usually we don't wash our hands after touching something. This can increase the spread of the virus

What are the symptoms of this virus

Cold Fever Sore throat, dry cough and the heart to vomit.

It is no longer the case that you consider the common cold, cough, fever to be a corona virus. Let us know the history first. The person to whom these symptoms are appearing. Has he been to places where the virus is more prevalent. so this condition can be corona virus

  • 80 to 85% I have mild symptoms
  • 10 to 15% cases I have serious symptoms

At what age does the disease spread more

The fact that the disease has not been seen in children so far does not mean that children are 100% saved. I have seen this disease in most old people. It is difficult for people aged 60 to 70 or older to cope with the disease. Because of age many diseases have arisen in their body. And because of the age requirements, their immune system is very weak. Young people can easily fight this disease because their immune system is very strong.

This virus does not fly in the air. As I mentioned, this virus falls to the ground from a distance of one to one and a half feet.

Non-veg food spreads the virus

Non-veg food does not spread the corona virus. There is a see food market in crisis when this virus started. And there are many live animals sale in the market . Research has shown that an animal virus and a human virus mutation occurred. And became a human virus so we also call it the novel corona virus. At the moment it is a complete human virus. Only spreads from person to person. So if someone tells you that eating chicken, fish or beef causes the virus, it is wrong. But it is important that whatever food you cook is cooked well and eaten

What to do when symptoms of corona-virus appear

Call your country's helpline if you get the disease. They will give you good advice and help you when needed. And they will test you. If they have all the symptoms of the virus, they will take a swab culture from your mouth and go for a test.

What if the test is positive

If the test is positive then don't worry. 80 to 85% have mild symptoms. These are kept in isolate. Being isolated does not mean you are being held in prison. Isolate means you will be kept in a special room where you will be given the treatment you need. There are two benefits of isolate. One is that you will protect others from this disease. And secondly you will be treated on time which is more likely to save your life. In isolate you will be kept for only two weeks. 10 to 15% of people have serious symptoms and are kept in the ICU. When the condition worsens, they are transferred to a ventilator

Protect your family.Do not leave the house for no reason. Turned out if much needed. Use a mask. Because precaution is better than cure

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

© 2020 Hadiya Mughal


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