Stay Away From Rumors, Know WHO’s Advice On Coronavirus
Coronavirus, which started from the city of Wuhan in China, has killed many people so far. Apart from China, there have been many cases of Coronavirus in South Korea, Japan, Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand, and India as well. Three instances of coronavirus found in India, but WHO says their lives have saved. Because of the safety of the people, thermal scanning is done at the airport for the passengers coming from China. At the same time, scientists are starting to find new ways to treat this virus.
Meanwhile, on social media, a lot of news is being reported on social media about the coronavirus, some of which are being told some truth and some lies — keeping this in mind, WHO has said some myths and facts, which everyone should know.
Let us tell you what the advice of WHO regarding the Coronavirus is…
Are hand dryers effective in killing the coronavirus?
No. It’s not like that. According to the WHO, to avoid this, you should wash your hands with alcohol-based hand wash or soap and water. Also, after cleaning the hands, dry the sides with the help of a paper towel or warm air dryer.
How capable are thermal scanners on the corona?
Thermal scanners detect those who have fever due to corona. This does not reveal those who are infarcted but do not have a fever. This is because it may take 2 to 10 days for the illness to rise due to the virus.
Can alcohol or chlorine kill the coronavirus?
Spraying alcohol or chlorine on the body will not spread pre-existing viruses but can be harmful. In such a situation, it is necessary to use it under the correct recommendation.
Is a letter or package from China safe?
Yes, it is safe. People receiving packages from China are not at risk of getting a coronavirus. According to research, viruses do not live long on such objects.
How much risk of the virus from pets?
There is no evidence that pets such as dogs or cats can be infected with the coronavirus. However, it is sensible to wash hands with soap after contact with pets.
Does anti-pneumonia protect against vaccine virus?
No, pneumonia vaccines, such as pneumococcal vaccine and Haemophilus influenzae type B (HIB) vaccine, do not protect against corona virus.
Will eating corona remove the coronavirus?
Many messages are going viral on social media these days, claiming that the consumption of garlic will protect it from corona infarction while it is wrong.
How dangerous for the elderly and children?
Because the immune system of the elderly and children is weak, they are at higher risk. At the same time, the elderly are already vulnerable to asthma, diabetes, heart disease, due to which they can fall prey to it.
Are there any medications to treat?
So far, no drug has discovered to prevent or treat this virus. However, proper care is necessary for the relief and treatment of symptoms. Also, scientists are continually trying to find a cure for it.
Are antibiotics useful in treatment?
Antibiotics are not effective in protecting against coronavirus. It works only for bacteria, and corona is a virus.
Eating Chinese food can cause coronavirus
This is entirely wrong. The WHO did not consider Chinese food to be a risk factor in spreading the coronavirus. So you will not get this virus by eating Chinese foods.
How to save?
1. The WHO (World Health Organization) has issued worldwide advice that people wash their hands continuously with alcohol to avoid the coronavirus.
2. Some things mentioned in the notification as advice, such as maintaining personal hygiene, wearing masks, have been asked to take precautions to avoid contact with sick people.
Symptoms of infarction?
There is no vaccine available to deal with the coronavirus, but there is talk of preparing a vaccine for its treatment.
. High fever and headache
. Cold, dry cough
. Trouble breathing
. Kidney failure
. Get a checkup done immediately when symptoms appear.
China made a test kit
China has created a new test kit to detect Kovid-19. A drop of blood tested in it. Results reached in just 15 minutes. China has spent 90 thousand crores so far to deal with coronavirus.