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Wednesday, 19 August 2020

What to do if you have symptoms of coronavirus and how to avoid it?

What to do if you have symptoms of coronavirus and how to avoid it?
In This Post, We are Provide Information about What to do if you have symptoms of coronavirus and how to avoid it?. What to do if you notice symptoms? How to defend yourself in coronavirus. How deadly is the coronavirus?.

The Coronavirus epidemic has swept across the world, including India. Millions of people worldwide have been infected.

We are telling you how to avoid this transition.

Coronavirus has a direct effect on the lungs. The two main symptoms are fever and persistent cough. Often the patient has difficulty breathing. Coronavirus can cause an abnormal cough. Such coughs occur three or more times in 24 hours if coughing up sputum is a serious symptom. Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and water to prevent Kovid-19 infection.

The patient's temperature in this virus can rise up to 37.8 degrees. This causes the patient's body to feel hot and cold. He also feels shaking. Coronavirus can also cause sore throats, headaches, and diarrhea. According to some recent studies, the patient does not experience smell and taste.

What to do if you have symptoms of coronavirus and how to avoid it?
What to do if you have symptoms of coronavirus and how to avoid it?

Coronavirus affects the lungs. It starts with fever and dry cough which also causes shortness of breath. Scientists say it takes an average of five days for symptoms of a viral infection to begin to appear. However, scientists also say that in some people these symptoms may appear later.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it can take up to 14 days for the virus to enter the body and show symptoms. However, according to some experts, it can take up to 24 days. People who have symptoms of the infection are more likely to spread the infection through their bodies. However, experts also say that the disease can spread even before a person becomes ill.

The early symptoms of the coronavirus can be easily confused with colds and flu, such as seasonal fevers and colds.

What to do if you notice symptoms?

A person should stay in self-isolation for at least seven days if mild symptoms of coronavirus appear.

To get more information in this situation contact 104 service, in addition to the helpline number 079-23250818, 079-23251900 announced by the Department of Health and Family Welfare of the Gujarat State Government.

Apart from this, a WhatsApp chatbot has also been launched by the Gujarat government. For which you can also message on 07433000104 through WhatsApp.

If you have mild symptoms of coronavirus, it is best to call the helpline number before rushing to the hospital.

How to defend yourself?

  • Frequent hand washing is the best remedy.
  • Hands should be washed regularly and regularly with soap and water.
  • Coronavirus infection is spread when a person infected with the virus coughs and floats small drops of the virus in the air.
  • If these drops enter the breath of a person around or touch the area where the small drops fell, or come in contact with your eyes, nose, or mouth, you can become infected.
  • Hold a tissue paper or handkerchief horizontally when coughing or sneezing.
  • Do not touch the face with dirty hands. Staying away from an infected person can limit the transmission of the coronavirus.
  • Medical experts say that face-masks do not provide effective protection.

Need to be hospitalized

Most of the patients whose coronavirus has entered the body can rest and recover with the help of drugs like paracetamol. If the patient has difficulty breathing, he or she needs to be hospitalized. After examining the lungs, the doctor can determine the extent of the virus in the body and whether the patient needs oxygen and a ventilator. An intensive care unit is a special ward of a hospital in which patients who are in critical condition are kept.

Patients with coronavirus have a serious condition and need oxygen to be given oxygen through a tube in the nose or a mask over the mouth. The throat is often cut and oxygen is delivered directly to the lungs. A ventilator is used to provide a direct supply of oxygen to the patient's lungs.

How deadly is the coronavirus?

Coronavirus infection statistics seem to be much lower compared to the number of deaths. However, the average mortality rate cannot be taken lightly given the way the number of infected and dying people in the world and in the country is increasing day by day. Many countries have a partial or complete lockdown and many are being treated. The death toll is steadily rising.

A study by the World Health Organization based on data on 56,000 infected people states that - 6% were seriously ill with the virus, including lung failure, septic shock, organ failure, and death. Symptoms of infection were seen in 14 percent of people. Problems such as shortness of breath and rapid breathing.

Eighty percent of people showed mild symptoms of the infection, such as fever and cough. Pneumonia was also found in some people.
The elderly and those already suffering from asthma, diabetes, and heart disease may become more seriously ill with the coronavirus.

Treatment of coronavirus depends on helping the patient breathe and boosting his or her immune system to enable the body to fight the virus. If it turns out that you came in contact with an infected person, it may be advisable not to see others for a few days.

According to Public Health England, people who suspect they may be infected should avoid visiting a medical store, doctor, or hospital and seek guidance over the phone or online. Those who have recently returned home from a visit abroad are advised to stay in quarantine for a few days.

A 21-day lockdown has been started from March 25 to prevent community outbreak of Coronavirus in India. It has since been extended to the third of May. Many countries have also taken decisions such as partial lockdowns or school-college closures and religious and social gatherings to prevent the 'community spread' of the virus.

The World Health Organization has given advice on ways to care for people in the outbreak of the coronavirus. The person should contact the local health officer if symptoms of infection appear.
 Click here to read Official Press note of Gujarat Corona Latest Update

helpline number for the Coronavirus epidemic in Gujarat

The helpline number for the Coronavirus epidemic in Gujarat is 104 and the central government's helpline number is + 91-11-23978046 and the toll-free number is 1075.

Apart from this, different states in India have also started their own helplines.

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