There is no vaccine yet against the new coronavirus. Researchers are currently working on creating a vaccine specific to this virus, as well as potential treatments for COVID-19.
The disease is more likely to cause symptoms in older adults and those with underlying health problems. Most people who develop symptoms of COVID-19 experience:
shortness of breath
There is currently no vaccine against the development of COVID-19. Antibiotics are also ineffective because COVID-19 is a viral infection and not bacterial.
If your symptoms are more severe, supportive treatments can be given by your doctor or in a hospital. This type of treatment can include:
liquids to reduce the risk of dehydration
medication to reduce fever
supplemental oxygen in more severe cases
Source – www.healthline.com
The World Health Organization has declared the coronavirus a pandemic and the number of cases continues to increase worldwide. These basic steps can help you reduce your risk of getting sick or infecting others.
Wash your Hands with soaps & running water when hands are visibly dirty
Protect others from getting sick when coughing and sneezing cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue or mask, Those tissue put in to dustbin immediately after use, then clean hands with soap or hand wash
avoid close contact when you are experiencing cough and fever
Avoid sitting in public
If you have fever, cough, and difficulty in breathing seek medical care early.
Use Mask, Before putting mask clean hands with soap and hand wash
When to use a mask?
For Healthy People wear a mask only if you are taking care of a person with suspected 2019 – nCov infection
Wear a mask, if you are coughing or sneezing
Cover mouth and nose with mask and make sure there are no gaps between your face and the mask
To remove the mask: Remove it from behind do not touch the front of mask and wash hands with soap and running water
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