A Pandemic is an
epidemic that has
an entire area,
such as a country,
continent , or
epidemic is called
When the regional
or local infection
people and area it
the borders and
Affects less area
Affects less people
It’s national level
Affects more area
level crisis DIFFERENCE B/W
When the body acquires a virus, a
few things may happen.
If the immune system is stronger
than the virus, the body may be
able to kill the virus, leaving the
person who had the virus none the
If the immune system doesn’t kill
the virus but is able to keep it at
bay, stopping the person from
feeling the symptoms associated
with a viral infection, they may
carry and transmit the virus, while
not realizing that they have the
virus in their body.
WHAT IS VIRAL
If the immune system is not strong
enough to kill the virus, the person
may acquire a viral infection.
The symptoms of a viral infection
depends on the virus itself
‘rown’ like appearance
causes respiratory problems
related to one’s sinuses
lungs and nose among other
. 80%people who become sick with
the coronavirus experience
symptoms like most people would
associate with the flu. Still, others
At this time, the best of the best in
the science and medical
communities are joining forces to
discover how to prevent viruses
like COVID – 19 from reaching
It can be tough to understand
what is the coronavirus in humans,
and how it’s different from other
illnesses, such as the flu.
One of the key pieces of answering
the question of what is coronavirus
in humans is understanding the
The incubation period of
coronavirus is long – up to
This means that coronavirus signs
and symptoms may not show up
for two weeks after a person has
During incubation period, there
are no signs and symptoms
This means that the person would
be able to pass the virus along to
others, even though they’re
showing no symptoms of
Luckily, most infants and children
either carry the virus and don’t
show coronavirus symptoms in
humans, or get a mild case of the
Immunocompromised are mostly
Corona virus may affect infants and
young children’s as well.
Children and babies are especially
resilient to coronavirus symptoms
Each of us has a personal
responsibility to help prevent/limit
the spread of COVID-19 (or any
other dangerous virus/bacteria) to
other members of the population,
including family and friends.
Depending on where you may live,
advised to stay home and avoid
contact with others to survive this
pandemic – especially large
This is a relatively new
phenomenon, recently coined –
The purpose of social distancing is
to simply limit social contact as a
means of preventing viruses – from
spreading through social contact.
Social Distancing is defined as
proactively choosing to remain a
distance of at least 6 feet between
you and another person.
The distance is important because
that is the general reach of
droplets from a cough or sneeze.
The elderly people(over 65 years of
the very young, the infirm, or
those with compromised immune
systems – remain ultra-cautious
because while it is known how to
avoid a virus, what causes
coronavirus, the incubation period
of coronavirus still remains
COVID-19 is a virus that is easily
spread as it can ‘live’ on ‘surfaces’
for extended periods of time –
although, at this moment, it is not
fully understood how long.
Wash your hands with warm
water and soap for at least 20
Wash your hands with 60%
alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Do not touch your nose, mouth, or
Try to stay 2 meter apart from
It is critical to wash your hands
with soap and warm water for at
least 20 seconds until more is
understood about how and what is
coronavirus in humans ….
when returning home after being
in a public place.
After coughing or sneezing.
When your hands are visibly dirty.
Do not panic
Keep yourself healthy thorough
physical activities nd boost
your immune system
Ovoid visiting crowdy places
Keep your health record
accesable on paper or online
Maintain a reguler sleep
Stay fit stay positive
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