The Corona virus traces its history from People Republic of China.It appeared in chinese province Wuhan and with the passage of time it affected other provinces Of china as well. After massive attack in China, it spread to the other neighbouring countries of Chinese Republic including India, Iran, Afghanistan, Italy as well as Pakistan. It is being presumed that Pakistanis during their visits to Iran have carried the virus with them from the effected country of Iran. It not only frightened the general masses but also became the cause of the huge death toll. It has shattered the economy of global markets and confined the people to the safer zone.
How does it transmit?
Corona belongs to the family of SARS & MERS.Though it transmits at a great pace yet it is lesser fatal than SAARS and other viruses of such kind. The need of hour is not to panic but to adopt precautionary measures in order to mitigate the casualties. Though it’s very true that catastrophes can not be avoided but proactive approach must be there to cope up with the sudden challenges.
It is transmitted through coughing, sneezing and frequent touching of the body of an infected person. Unlike other viruses of its species it is not spread through air. It is another bitter fact that sometimes carrier of the virus is not affected but becomes the resource of distribution to his fellow beings. But it’s also true that unlike other deadly viruses its fatality rate is Only 2-4% which is quite slow. In simple words Out of 100 infected persons only 2-3 people are likely to die. This contagious virus is known for having a 14 days cycle. It attacks its carrier almost three times. Its fatality depends upon the immune system of its victims. If its carriers have a strong immune system then they resist it positively and vice versa.
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Initially it affects the respiration system of its victims. The lungs of the patient swell, his throat itches and It becomes quite difficult for the patient to breathe, that’s why he starts coughing. Any vaccine to overcome the disease has yet not been invented. So precaution is the only solution. However frequent use of vitamin C, found in fruits may improve the immunity.
To keep the throat moist, drinking water activity must be repeated in chunks. Frequent touching and rubbing of face must be avoided. Masks like N-95/N-100 should be worn. Nose and mouth should be covered while coughing or sneezing. Use of citrus fruit must be increased to develop immune power. Other than that rushy places like airports, bus Stands, railway Stations, Operas, cinemas, exhibitions, cultural & trade shows etc must be avoided until virus is under control. Used products like tissues and apparels of infected person must be disposed of properly.
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