What you should know about emerging coronavirus virus covid-19 19
The virus is now known as Corona SARS Cove. The resulting disease is called Coronavirus 2019 as a benefit of 19. In general, corona viruses are defined as a large group of viruses that may cause disease in animals and humans. It is also known that a number of corona viruses in humans cause respiratory infections that range from simple common colds to more severe things like Middle East Respiratory Syndrome and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). Corona viruses are a large group of viruses that can infect both animals and humans. On December 31, 2019, the WHO Regional Office in China was informed of cases of pneumonia causing an unknown disease that was discovered in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. The new Corona virus has been declared the virus that causes these cases by the Chinese authorities on January 7, 2020 AD.
The Corona virus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) was transmitted from civet cats to humans in camels (China) in 2002. The Corona virus, which causes Middle East respiratory syndrome, passed from COVID- to humans in Saudi Arabia in 2012. The last Corona Virus also transmitted 19 Corona Virus families, and it was linked to a marine and animal market in Wuhan, China. There are many other known strains of the Corona virus that circulate among animals without transmission to humans until now.
In March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that it had classified the Corona Virus Disease (2019) as a 19 pandemic.
Ways of spreading the virus:
Coronavirus is easily spread by dropping cough and sneeze droplets. It can also spread through daily contact, such as shaking hands, sharing things, or touching common surfaces. Some people may not have symptoms, but they can still pass the virus on to others. Even when they feel better, they may still be able to pass the virus on to others.
Prevention methods: social spacing
Social spacing means preserving a distance or space between people to help prevent the spread of the disease.
To reduce the risk of infection, stay away from others (COVID-19) to help slow the spread of COFID 19
Feet (at least 1.8 meters). Maintaining physical spacing is important, even if you are not sick.
Stay home as much as possible. Don't go to public places like stores, gyms, cinemas and restaurants. Do not meet in groups at school, mosques, or work. Reduce public transport use. Keep a safe distance between you and the passengers. Reduce contact with anyone who does not live in your home, including friends and other family members.
Wash your hands often, especially after being in public. Germs can be many on surfaces
Touch like door handles or gasoline pump knobs. Use soap and water and rub your hands for at least 20 seconds. If you do not have access to soap and water, use an alcohol-free hand sanitizer. Cover the surface of your hands completely and rub them together until you feel them dry.
Using good personal hygiene practices, including ( CDC ) CDC recommends that you wash your hands frequently, drink plenty of fluids, cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or elbow when coughing, and stay home if you feel Get sick. Additionally, even when you are not sick, we advise you to stay at home unless you need to go out of necessity, and practice social spacing (staying at least six feet away from others).
Prof. Dr. / Abdel-Qader Al-Senussi Qassem Al-Zain
Corona virus emerging disease Covid-19
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