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Coronavirus infection (COVID-19), Nobel coronavirus
Coronavirus infection (COVID-19), Nobel coronavirus

After the coronavirus infection (COVID-19), in all the hospitalized patients have found that 
COVID-19, coronavirus, infection of coronavirus
symptoms due to coronavirus

  • Around 83% to 98% of patients develop a fever
  • Around 76% to 82% develop a dry cough and 
  • 11% to 44% develop fatigue or muscle aches

According to a review study report on coronavirus (COVID-19).

Among those cases, 
COVID-19, coronavirus, infection of coronavirus
patient condition due to coronavirus

  • 80.9% (or 36,160 cases) were considered mild
  • 13.8% (6,168 cases) severe 
  • 4.7% (2,087) critical.

"Critical cases were those that exhibited respiratory failure, septic shock, and/or multiple organ dysfunction/failure,"

What symptoms should I look out for coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Symptoms of this infection include 

  • fever
  • cough
  • difficulty breathing
  • shortness of breath

The illness due to coronavirus causes

  • lung lesions
  • pneumonia 

Symptoms are seen in mild cases of coronavirus (COVID-19)

  • It resembles the flu
  • a bad cold (chill)

Other symptoms are seen after the infection of corona:
Patients may exhibit other symptoms after the infection of coronavirus (COVID-19), too, 

  • gastrointestinal problems
  • diarrhea
  • weakness
  • headache
  • food aversion

Current estimates suggest that symptoms may appear in as few as two days or as long as 14 days after being exposed to the virus.

Is there a test for the virus? What is the treatment?

The diagnostic test can determine if you are infected by a new strain of coronavirus. It was developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based on genetic information about the virus provided by the Chinese authorities.

Once a coronavirus infection is confirmed, the treatment is mainly supportive, making sure the patient is getting enough oxygen, managing his or her fever and using a ventilator to push air into the lungs if necessary.

But till the date the is no complete cure is available as a treatment for the infection of COVID-19 (Nobel coronavirus).

Since we know that there is no cure for coronavirus infection but still numerous patients across the globe are cured after getting the infection of coronavirus.

No drugs have been approved for any coronavirus diseases, including the new coronavirus, though an antiviral medication called remdesivir appears to be effective in animals.

Patients with mild cases are told to rest and drink plenty of fluids 
it is recommended so, by the health experts because of the defense mechanism present in our body (immune system) can heal itself.

How can I protect myself?

To stay healthy the best thing you can do to avoid getting infected is to follow the same general guidelines that experts recommend during flu season because the coronavirus spreads in much the same way.

The general guidelines as per WHO is:

Wash your hands frequently

Washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on your hands.

Maintain social distancing

When someone coughs or sneezes they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain the virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the COVID-19 virus if the person coughing has the disease.

Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth

Hands touch many surfaces and can pick up viruses. Once contaminated, hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose or mouth. From there, the virus can enter your body and can make you sick.

Practice respiratory hygiene

Droplets spread the virus. By following good respiratory hygiene you protect the people around you from viruses such as cold, flu and COVID-19.

If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early

National and local authorities will have the most up to date information on the situation in your area. Calling in advance will allow your health care provider to quickly direct you to the right health facility.

This will also protect you and help prevent the spread of viruses and other infections.

spending more than 15 minutes of face-to-face contact within 2 meters of an infected person

living in the same house or shared accommodation as an infected person.

How does the new coronavirus compare with the flu?

Scientists have studied seasonal flu for decades. So, despite the danger of it, we know a lot about flu viruses and what to expect each season.

But we know, very little is known about the new coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19 which causes the upper respiratory disorder, and even it affects other organs also.

In the last month of the year, 2019 and the starting month of 2020 coronavirus appeared as a leading factor for death across the globe.

Both seasonal flu viruses (which include influenza A and influenza B viruses) and COVID-19 are contagious viruses that cause respiratory illness.

Typical flu symptoms include:

  • fever
  • cough
  • sore throat
  • muscle aches
  • headaches
  • runny or stuffy nose
  • fatigue

Sometimes we can also see,

  • vomiting
  • diarrhea

These symptoms written above is according to the CDC. Flu symptoms often come on suddenly. Most people who get the flu will recover in less than two weeks.

But in some people, the flu causes complications, including pneumonia. So far this flu season, about 1% of people in the United States have developed symptoms severe enough to be hospitalized, which is similar to the rate last season, according to data from the CDC.

The packages from affected countries can cause infection of coronavirus (COVID)?

You cannot get coronavirus from packages or food that has come from China or elsewhere because they are packed in a friendly environment but still during the transportation may get into the packages box or they may be present on the packages box.

But till the date, there is no evidence that animals or animal products legally imported into the EU are a health risk due to coronavirus.

At-risk groups and coronavirus:

We do not know for sure which groups are most at risk of complications if they catch coronavirus.

But you are likely more at risk if you catch coronavirus and:
are 60 years of age and over

have a long-term medical condition,

  • heart disease
  • lung disease
  • high blood pressure
  • diabetes
  • cancer
  • pregnant women

How deadly is coronavirus?

As we all know that coronavirus leads to numerous death worldwide but at this time the question arises that can anything.
suppress the growth of coronavirus?

The answer to this is Sunlight will cut the virus's ability to grow in half, so the half-life will be 2.5 minutes, and in the dark, it's about 13 to 20 [minutes]. Sunlight is really good at killing viruses.

German researcher Thomas Pietschmann, a virologist from Germany's Centre for Experimental and Clinical Infection Research, said the coronavirus is 

"not very heat-resistant, which means that the virus quickly breaks down when temperatures rise".

According to AccuWeather report & Climate-Data.org, the temperature will by march 20 so by this time the danger of coronavirus will decrease.

Researchers reviews on coronavirus growth and its limitations:

Dr. Abdul Ghafur, an infectious disease specialist based in the Indian city of Chennai, said heat and humidity in India,

"could be one of the reasons" why coronavirus is not spreading faster in his country, as the weather limits the virus from traveling "longer or faster".

"It is not just the temperature that is killing in the warm climate, it is the humidity as well. The humidity reduces the transferability of the virus,"

COVID-19 quarantine

Quarantine occurs when a person is supposed to have been exposed to a disease but is not symptomatic.

It is the most appropriate way to monitor if symptoms develop and at the same time, avoid any possible spread to others.

People under quarantine for possible COVID-19 might be asked to stay home and avoid going out in public for a period of 14 days (incubation period of coronavirus).

Real no of death due to coronavirus across the globe.

Everyone knows that the number of cases reported in every chart and table is far too low.

'It's much more likely that we've got somewhere between 5,000 and 10,000 people infected at the moment,' the UK's chief scientific advisor Patrick Vallance told a press conference on Thursday.

This can be a strategy of government so that citizens would not panic due to this crisis.

Should healthy people wear masks?

No. If a person is healthy, there is no need for them to wear a facemask. Only people who have symptoms of illness or who are providing care to those who are ill should wear masks.

A respirator like N-95 & N-99 are good option for healthy people.

Coronavirus as a biological weapon by china?

 Well, no one knows except china. It is a matter of serious discussion.

One researcher said, At first I thought China threw it to see its capacities on how to handle a big virus but seeing how they instantly quarantined 11 million people in Wuhan and then they quarantined another 25 million people it seems they know what they’re dealing with and they also know the potentials the virus has! They were probably experimenting with the virus in a lab and then it went loose since most people who are infected are from China!

Can you catch a coronavirus more than once?

Well nobody knows. It is highly suspected that these reports are just a normal process of the symptoms known as relapse and not getting it again.

I side with the suspicion that it is just relapse. Right now a great deal of misinformation is going about on COVID-19 and I suspect that is what is going on.

But who knows? We don’t have good information. Until we have solid evidence of actually new infection I will stay with my impression.

So far nearly everything is going pretty much according to known rules of epidemiology and nothing really surprising seems to be going on.

It is behaving pretty much as a Coronavirus does and the unique thing is it seems to be more infectious and that is still within normal limits for such occurrences.

It isn’t even being a particularly lethal, unusual, or nasty epidemic.
At this time it appears that public reactions to the disease are the only thing that seems out of line.

I am not particularly surprised by it. Coronavirus tends to profoundly infectious when they appear. Epidemics tend to be sudden and then disappear as suddenly. They tend to be spotty.

Almost always the spotty nature of the disease is centered around human hygiene misbehavior and such mistakes. This seems to be no exception.

Is there any antidote or vaccine available for coronavirus?

Till the date 13-03-2020, there is no vaccine or antidote available against the COVID-19. Patients who are infected with coronavirus are getting supportive care. 

Stemcell therapy has set another milestone in the treatment of coronavirus, 4 infected patients form coronavirus fully recovered from stemcell therapy.

But is not approved by WHO.

Coronavirus behavior on the surface

  • Most viruses, including the coronavirus, are 50 to 200 nanometers long. Therefore, they have a very complex relationship with the surface on which they occur.

  • Small drops of cough and sneeze soon dry up when they fall on any surface, but the viruses present in it are active.

  • Wood, threads, and skin are strongly exposed to viruses, while plastics such as steel, porcelain, and Teflon have the opposite properties. The smoother the surface, the less likely the virus will stick.

  • Rough surfaces keep the virus away but don't take it to mean that they are completely safe.

  • The skin proves to be the ideal surface. Proteins and fatty acids present on the surface of its dead cells are exposed to the virus.

  • When you touch a steel surface on which the virus is present, the virus sticks to your skin and gets on your hand.

  • Despite this, you will not come under the category of infected yet. But as soon as you touch your face with your hand, the virus will knock on your face.

  • Now the virus is ready to reach your interiors through the nose, eyes, and mouth. You still have a chance of survival. If your immune system kills the virus then you are safe, otherwise, there is no delay in getting infected.

  • Covid-19 is believed to be active for hours on favorable surfaces. Probably this period can also be of one day. Moisture, sun rays and heat play an important role in keeping the virus active.
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