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Symptoms of Corona and Prevention

What are the symptoms?

Corona virus is large in size where
the cell diameter is 400 – 500 micro and for this reason any mask prevents its
entry so there is no need for pharmacists to trade in masks.
The virus does not settle in the air
but is grounded, so it is not transmitted by air.

Coronavirus when it falls on a metal
surface, it will live 12 hours, so washing hands with soap and water well
Corona virus when it falls on the
fabric remains 9 hours, so washing clothes or being exposed to the sun for two
hours meets the purpose of killing it.
The virus lives on the hands for 10
minutes, so putting an alcohol sterilizer in the pocket meets the purpose of
If the virus is exposed to a
temperature of 26-27 ° C. it will be killed, as it does not live in hot
regions. Also drinking hot water and sun exposure will do the trick
And stay away from ice cream and
eating cold is important.
Gargle with warm and salt water
kills the tonsils’ germs and prevents them from leaking into the lungs.
Adherence to these instructions
fulfills the purpose of preventing viruses.
The most common symptoms of Covid-19 are very similar to the flu – fever, tiredness, and dry cough.
Some less common symptoms include shortness of breath, tightness in the chest and other aches and pains, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhoea.
In most people (around 80 per cent) these come on slowly and remain mild. In some patients, infection has been confirmed where they were exhibiting no symptoms at all – an issue that has made containing the outbreak a lot harder.
Older people are more likely to develop more serious symptoms, particularly those with underlying health conditions including high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes.
Currently, there is no cure or vaccine available for the virus. Once again we are forced to take solace in “prevention is better than cure”. The most effective preventive measures include avoiding people with symptoms, coughing or sneezing into a tissue, wearing face masks in public such as the N95 mask, and washing hands frequently.