by DRX Javeed Shameem
Virus are of different nature. Coronavirus is a kind of common virus that causes an infection in your upper throat, nose, and sinuses. They can be seen under a microscope, that is why they are called Coronavirus they look like a crown.
Most of corona viruses are not so dangerous, but in early December 2019 outbreak in China, the World Health Organization identified a new type of coronavirus. Officials named this new virus severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). This is the virus that causes COVID-19.
Early Doctors call it a simple Respiratory Tract infection, as it was affecting mostly throat, nose, lower respiratory tract, and inadequate breathing was observed.
Covid-19 came in news after it left no stone unturned in Wuhan city of China and then spread throughout the globe, it spreads same as Person to person. First world was not taking Covid-19 seriously, but after it enters in almost countries and cases sprout out like Bees, and Wuhan, Italy, witness the worst hitted countries.
If necessary measures would have been taken in early stages the dreadful virus could have been eradicated or stopped. Later WHO declared Covid-19 as Pandemic but the damage was done.
How to recognize or early symptoms of Covid-19 patient
Shortness of breath
Coughing up blood
Coughing up sputum
How to protect and prevent yourself from being the host of Covid-19
Wash your hands daily with soap, use sanitizer, Dettol wash, drink hot water continuously.
Don’t let your throat dry, cleaning your adjoining surrounding, your room, house, clothes, your body, even everything, as in Islam cleanesss is half of imaan.
Social Distance is one of The most powerful practice because it’s spreading person to person. Nobody knows who is Infected, neither Doctor, nor a common person, if necessary maintain Distance of seven feet, with complete measures like wearing mask, gloves, and gown.
No vaccine or nedicine is available right now to deal with Covid-19, do It’s better to follow the article, and given measures strictly.