Public awareness of Coronavirus

The coronavirus, like influenza and other viruses, spreads through the diffusion of millions of tiny viral particles. After someone coughs, sneezes, or touches an object, these particles can settle on a surface or hang briefly in the air, primarily in droplets. Viral particles, as many as tens of thousand per droplet, can gain access through our nose, mouth, or eyes after we touch our face or breathe while in close contact with someone who is contagious. If the dose is high enough—and a single droplet may do it—the virus can replicate in our body, starting the infection cycle again.

Almost every version of manufactured masks, from every day surgical masks to N95 respirators appear to confer at least some level of protection against this transmission. Study after study has confirmed that in hospitals.

Watch the latest video from Japanese news channel showing the thorough study done and understand how South Korea, Taiwan, Japan and Singapore are able to control the spread while not shutting down the economy. 

Understand the symptoms
after contracting Coronavirus Covid-19

Follow the step by step guide below.

1. Observe utmost hygiene routine – wash hands with soap, use sanitizers, keep shoes outside, all linens should be well washed and changed regularly, take shower twice etc.

2. Make sure people with health conditions such as diabetes, COPD or respiratory disease, cardiovascular diseases etc., stay indoors.

3. Alongwith first aid box, make sure to keep body temperature thermometer and off the shelf  medication for routine problems such as cold. Hospitals are overloaded and hence it may get difficult to get quality medical care in time and hence take every precaution to stay healthy.

4. Eat home cooked warm meals, avoid frozen food, ice cream etc. It is better to drink warm water and avoid water with ice.

5. Always wear a mask, at least when you have to step out of the house for any reason. 

6. Below are more tips by way of articles and videos. 


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Center for Biotechnology Information
U.S. National Library of Medicine