Coronavirus Protection

The World Health Organization has reported that a novel coronavirus (2019-NCOV) caused an outbreak of disease. Guidelines have been provided for healthcare professionals working in infection control and prevention, suggesting eye protection (goggles or face shield), gloves, a medical mask and a fluid resistant gown. Protection from airborne particulate calls for using a respirator with N95, FFP2 or equivalent rating. Basic hygiene such as washing your hands with soap, and using regular hand sanitizer is also recommended.


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Shìjiè wèishēng zǔzhī zuìjìn bàodào, yī zhǒng xīnxíng guānzhuàng bìngdú yǐ yǐnqǐ jíbìng bàofā. Yǐ wèi cóngshì gǎnrǎn kòngzhì hé yùfáng gōngzuò de yīliáo bǎojiàn zhuānyè rényuán tígōngle zhǐnán, jiànyì tígōng yǎnjīng fánghù (hù mùjìng huò miànzhào), shǒutào, yīyòng kǒuzhào hé fáng yè fú. Yào fángzhǐ kōngqì zhòng de wéilì jìnrù, bìxū shǐyòng N95,FFP2 huò tóngděng děngjí de hūxī qì.

Coronavirus Update: W.H.O. Declares a Global Health Emergency
The W.H.O. has declared the Coronavirus the originated in Wuhan China an International public health emergency. China has confirmed 170 deaths related to the Coronavirus, and the United States has confirmed the first human to human transmission.

Q: What is Coronavirus?
A: Human Coronavirus is a potentially deadly respiratory illness. The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was first reported in Wuhan, China

Q: What are the precautions for Coronavirus
A: Human Coronavirus is spreading rapidly throughout the world. If you think you have the Coronavirus please contact a medical professional immediately. If you are concerned with contracting the Coronavirus there are some things you can do to lower the risk of infection. Stay Home, Wear an N95 Respirator, Wear Goggles to protect the eyes. Avoid large crowds of public people. wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands, avoid close contact with people who are sick

Q: How do you treat Coronavirus?
A: At the current time there is no cure for this strain of Coronavirus. Scientists are working on developing a vaccination, and hope to have a treatment ready for human trials within the next 3 months. However, you can do some things to relieve your symptoms, take pain and fever medications (Caution: do not give Aspirin to children), use a room humidifier or take a hot shower to help ease a sore throat and cough, If you are mildly sick, you should drink plenty of liquids, stay home and rest In the short term you can take precautions to protect yourself form getting Coronavirus Stay Home, Wear an N95 Respirator, Wear Goggles to protect the eyes. Avoid large crowds of public people.

Q: How is Coronavirus transmitted?
A: Coronavirus is an Airborne illness and is transmitted many ways. It can be transmitted via cough, runny nose, sneezing, touching an infected person's hand. We are also seeing transmission via the eyes. Coronavirus is spreading the same way a the normal common cold would spread.

Q: Does Coronavirus cause death?
A: Yes there have been numerous deaths linked to the Coronavirus outbreak. At this time there are 130 confirmed deaths, with many more expected.

Q: What countries have had Coronavirus cases?
A: The Coronavirus has affected countries and major cities worldwide. Since first appearing in China, cases have been diagnosed in, USA, Germany, Australia, Cambodia, Canada, France, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam

Q: What are the initial symptoms of this new Coronavirus?
A: Currently known symptoms of the Coronavirus are Coughing, Breathing difficulties, wheezing and shortness of breath, Pneumonia, Severe acute respiratory syndrome, Kidney failure

Q: How Common Is Coronavirus?
A: There are numerous strains of the Coronavirus. These strains are common throughout the world, and are even treatable. The Coronavirus can affect both humans and animals. The current Novel Coronavirus currently has no treatment and is spreading rapidly around the world. Coronaviruses usually cause upper-respiratory illness. But, some cases have led to fatalities.

Q: How is Coronavirus diagnosed?
A: If you suspect that you have Coronavirus please see a doctor. Your healthcare provider/doctor, will order laboratory tests on your respiratory specimens and serum (part of your blood) to see if you have an strains of the human Coronaviruses including the current Novel Coronavirus, or any other respiratory illness such as MERS.

Q: What is the incubation period for the Coronavirus?
A: The incubation period per the CDC estimates for the 2019-nCoV to be between 2 and 14 days. This means, a patient can be have the Coronavirus and see symptoms in as little as 2 days or symptoms can show up as late as 14 days. At that time even though the patient is not displaying symptoms the virus is contagious. If you suspect you may have the Coronavirus, please contact a medical professional immediately.

Q: How dangerous is Coronavirus?
A: The Coronavirus is a respiratory illness. The Coronavirus can cause, shortness of breath, fever, coughing, an other respiratory infection symptoms. Coronavirus is more deadly in older people, as well as people with weakened lungs, and lower immune systems. Coronavirus can also affect people who are already suffering from another illness, if they contract the the same time.

Q: How does the Coronavirus spread?
A: The virus typically spreads through the air via coughing or sneezing, contact with an infected person or contaminated surfaces, and rarely, via fecal contamination. Most people get infected with a human Coronavirus at some point in their lives. They experience cold-like symptoms for a few days and then recover. However, the 2019-nCoV strain can cause severe symptoms, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath that can lead to pneumonia and possibly death. The virus can spread quickly from person to person and can lead to widespread outbreaks when infected individuals travel to different countries. At this time, there is no vaccine or specific treatment for the Coronavirus.
Controlling Infection
The CDC provides useful guidance and resources for Coronavirus infection control measures. These should all be implemented when patients are suspected of being infected with a Coronavirus
Hand hygiene:
Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette:
Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, then throw the tissue in the trash. Avoid contact with infected individuals, as possible. Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects with an EPA-registered disinfectant.

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