What You Need To Know About Coronavirus

Henrietta Strickland
November 24, 2020


Corona virus or others they call it Covid-19 is very popular as it negatively affects the economy, takes people’s lives and has been a source of people’s miseries and pains.


What Are The Symptoms


Every day, doctors are learning and discovering more about this pandemic. There are some cases when the virus infected person will not show symptoms for a few days after getting the virus or will not completely show any symptoms at all.


But if there are symptoms that are showing up, here are some of them:


         Shortness of breath

         Coughing that will get worse over time

         Fewer that will start in low grade and will increase gradually



The above are the most common symptoms, while below are less common:




         Sore throat

         Muscle pains and aches

         Loss of smell

         Loss of taste


If any of these symptoms occur, it is best to call emergency right away:


         Blue face or lips

         Persistent pressure or pain in the chest

         Trouble breathing

         Excessive drowsiness



Who is at higher risk?


Unfortunately, there are people who are at higher risk of Covid-19. People are at higher risk of contracting the virus if they are exposed with the infected person’s saliva, or you are near the infected person when he/she sneezed, talked or coughed.


And because of these possible scenarios, it is more recommended that you stay home, play slots from trusted comparison sites like Slots Like and try to avoid going out.

If you are not taking the proper measures, you may get the virus if you are:


         Living with someone who contracted the virus

         Giving home assistance or care to someone who is infected by the virus

         Having intimate moments with a partner who has the virus



Those who are older and have other health conditions may have higher possibility of experiencing severe complications when infected by Covid 19. Some of the usual health conditions are:


         Heart conditions like coronary artery disease, heart failure or cardiomyopathies

         COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

         Kidney Disease

         Sickle cell disease

         Obesity with a BMI or Body Mass Index of 30 and above

         Weak immune system because of an organ transplant

         Type two diabetes


How To Prevent CoronaVirus


Unfortunately, there is no vaccine to stop the spread of the virus but there are many ways for you to prevent them. Some of the preventive measures to consider are:


         Washing hands frequently for at the least twenty seconds, with soap and warm water

         If your hands are still dirty never touch your eyes, nose, mouth, or face

         If you feel sick, have any flu or cold symptoms, never leave your home

         Keep a six feet distance from people

         Every time you sneeze or cough, make sure to cover your mouth and nose

         Clean all objects that you touch a lot like computers, doorknobs, and phones. You can use disinfectants to clean them

         Use face mask when going out to public places

         Be aware of your surroundings all the time



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