Symptoms of Corona Virus disease (COVID-19)

In today stressed situations, everyone must know the symptoms of Corona Virus disease. Symptoms of Corona Virus are simple but due to the weather effects and routine fever and sore throat problems. Control on Corona Virus (COVID-19) disease has become the biggest challenge of year 2020 for an entire human generation so far.  WHO has declared Corona Virus disease a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30th January 2020! There is currently no vaccine available and antiviral treatment to prevent infection of Corona viruses. But scientists are struggling hard to prepare its vaccines. According to WHO, there are 512,701 confirmed cases, 23,495 confirmed deaths and 202 Countries, areas or territories with cases until 28th March 2020. Doctors and Paramedical staff are the front line fighters against this dangerous disease. We all salute to these brilliant doctors, nurses, and paramedical staff.

The effects of the Corona Virus are different in different people. One person’s effects are different from the other depending on its attack in a different way and the health and immune system of that person.  COVID-19 Coronavirus disease is a respiratory disease. Most of the infected people will develop mild to moderate symptoms and recover without needing particular treatment.  People who are over 60 years old have a higher risk of developing severe disease and death. Also, people who have underlying medical conditions have less recovery strength.

Symptoms of Corona virus

Some of the Symptoms and Prevention measures of the Corona Virus disease are discussed below:

Common symptoms of “COVID-19” include:

•        Fever

•        Exhaustion’s or tiredness

•        And Dry cough

Other symptoms of Corona Virus include:

•        Aches and pains

•        Shortness of breath

•        Upper sore throat

•        And very few people will report sickness, diarrhea, vomiting or a runny nose.

People with mild symptoms who are should self-isolate and contact a COVID-19 information line for advice on testing and referral.

People with fever, cough, sore throat or difficulty breathing should call their doctor and seek medical attention.

One of the sad news is that, there is currently no vaccine available and antiviral treatment to prevent infection of Corona viruses. The best way to do so is to avoid blow up to this virus.

Some of the prevention measures stay safe against corona virus disease are:

•        Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with soap and pure water or use hand sanitizer.

•        Avoid touching your eyes, and face unnecessary or with unwashed hands.

•        Avoid gathering and close contact with affected people.

•        Stay at home and stay safe when you are feeling not well.

•        Follow social distance instructions and lock down procedures properly.

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38 Responses

  1. Useful information for all.
    Self care is the best care now

  2. Well written. May many read and follow.

  3. ecohorizons says:

    A good article. I do not think that Covid 19 is necessarily the end of the world but a transformation to a newer earth according to Eckhart Tolle…
    Another thing is that since Covid 19 is an evolved version of other viruses like Sars or other viruses , human race is still developing immunity …Corona may be less dangerous than flu , but influenza is more known to our immunity system but Corona is new …

  4. ecohorizons says:

    The last paragraph’s idea is said by a scientist …

  5. Lydia Potter says:

    I don’t have it… yet

  6. Tanya Sheik says:

    It seems too difficult!!

  7. Problem is those are the same symptoms as just about everything else. Like a cold, the flu, any upper respiratory infection, etc…

  8. aruna3 says:

    Most important post for informing.

  9. Rising Star says:

    That’s good

  10. Rising Star says:

    Your blog is awesome Anna

  11. rezolv says:

    The most important thing is not to die of fear…. the world is held hostage by one topic only yet there are ongoing key issues of environment, conflict and poverty that did not pause due to COVID-19

  12. The WHO and CDC have pretty clear messaging around mask-wearing, but I’m guessing that’s not where people are going for information.

  13. Thank you for the info.

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