The coronavirus has spread to many countries of the world. This dangerous virus has knocked in India too. This is the first case in Kerala where doctors and government officials confirmed it. This person was studying at Wuhan University in China. The bulldog sample of this student has turned positive due to Coronavirus. On the other hand, a person living in Tripura has died due to the virus in Malaysia. Family members said that he was undergoing treatment at a hospital in Malaysia. In China, the number of people who died of this virus increased to 170.
The World Health Organization has asked all the people of Asia to avoid coronavirus infection and take some precautions. The precaution issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) has been shared on Twitter by the UN. Let’s know how to avoid the coronavirus.
Ways to reduce infection
According to the WHO, to avoid the coronavirus, clean your hands thoroughly with soap, water, or alcohol.
Cover the nose and mouth with a tissue or handkerchief while coughing, sneezing, as the virus spreads through sneezing.
Keep away from people who have a disease like cold, cough, cold, fever during the winter season. If anyone has a flu-like problem at home, get them medicine immediately or contact a doctor. – If you are using chicken, fish, raw meat or eggs in the food, then cook it well.
Identify the symptoms of coronavirus
- Runny nose
- Sneezing, worsening of asthma
- Sore throat
- Lung swelling
How serious is the coronavirus?
Usually, a person infected with Corona Varayas shows symptoms of cold, cough and cold, but in severe cases, the person infected with this virus can also die.
According to Professor Jonathan Ball of Nottingham University, this is a completely new type of coronavirus, which has passed from animals to humans.
I am declaring a public health emergency of international concern over the global outbreak of #2019nCoV, not because of what is happening in #China, but because of what is happening in other countries.https://t.co/HNrxyGeoBA
— Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) January 30, 2020