The spread of new coronavirus updates and prevention tips | Updated 2023
The deadly coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread to more than 203 countries & areas and the number of infected is gone over 8 lakhs. Over forty three thousand People have died in 68 countries since it was first detected in December 2019 in Wuhan, China.
As of April 1, a total of 1,637 people, including 25 foreigners, have been spotted in India. This includes the 143 patients who have already recovered. too crowded of 45 deaths have been reported in India so far due to the novel coronavirus.
The coronavirus is a family of viruses that predominantly infect animals but can in some cases be transmitted to humans. Normally, diseases caused by the coronavirus proceed in a mild form without causing severe symptoms.
In this article, we bring you the latest coronavirus updates, coronavirus symptoms, and coronavirus prevention tips.
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Deaths reported worldwide
- More than 80,000 confirmed cases have been registered in China, according to the SCMP, and around 2 lakhs of people have been infected worldwide.
- According to the World Health Organization, 8,774,000 infected people have already been identified outside of China and 1,598 new cases are confirmed every day. Cases of infection have been detected in 176 countries and 128 people have died from the coronavirus outside of China.
- The death toll totaled 9127 people, including 7263 in mainland China.
- The US Federal Reserve cut interest rates by 0.5 percentage points to 1-1.25% for the first time since 2008 due to the coronavirus.
- The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in Iran rose to 18407, while 1.8 thousand cases were reported the day before. The number of deaths reached 1284.
- US Vice President Mike Pence said new drugs for those infected with the COVID-19 coronavirus may be ready in the summer or early fall.
- South Korean President Moon Jae-in said his country has been waging a “round-the-clock war” against the coronavirus. 91 deaths have been reported in South Korea in the past few days.
The disease appears to become more severe with age, with age groups being preferred 30 to 79. In the vast majority of cases, the following symptoms are not associated with the coronavirus but with the usual SARS.
- Elevated temperature (high fever)
- sore throat
- Labored breathing
How is the coronavirus transmitted?
Like other respiratory viruses, the coronavirus spreads through the droplets that form when an infected person coughs or sneezes. In rare cases, it can also spread when someone touches a contaminated surface, e.g. B. a door handle. People become infected when they touch their mouth, nose or eyes with contaminated hands.
Follow these coronavirus prevention tips and stay safe and secure:
- To protect yourself from this novel coronavirus, keep your hands and surfaces clean.
- Wash your hands properly and keep them clean. Wash them with soap and water. Soap and water are superior to disinfectants because they can eliminate all types of germs..
- Wash your hands before touching your mouth, nose or eyes.
- At work, regularly clean surfaces and equipment that you touch (computer keyboards, control panels on general office equipment, smartphone screens, remote controls, doorknobs, and handrails).
- Try to carry disposable wipes with you when you go outside and always cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze and discard wipes after use.
- Be careful when visiting crowded places like malls, airports and other public places.
- Avoid touching the surfaces and objects located in such places and do not touch your face.
- If possible, do not eat outdoors.
- Explain good hand and face hygiene to your children.
- Always wash your hands before eating.
- Air the room frequently.
- Inform your children about corona prevention.
If you experience symptoms similar to those above caused by the coronavirus, stay home and call a doctor right away.
India’s Department of Health and Family Welfare has set up coronavirus hotlines. These Covid-19 hotlines were available all day. If necessary, call these helplines:
|National Helpline No||011-23978046|
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