COVID-19 outbreak is an international emergency. Still the coronavirus crisis is the opportunity to rethink issues of human mobility. An outbreak of a new infection epidemic occurred in Wuhan, China, in late December 2019. The causative agent of the disease was a new type of coronavirus, the disease got the nameCOVID-19, and on March 11, WHO announced a worldwide pandemic.
More than six million people have fallen ill with the coronavirus worldwide by now. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to rob people of their lives and livelihoods around the world. It has happened for the first time in nowadays history.
It appears to be the most severe blow to the most vulnerable ones. This is especially true for millions of people in the process of displacement.
Such as refugees and internally displaced persons who do not have a chance. They have to flee their homes because of violence or natural disasters, or migrants in difficult situations.
G20 countries have agreed to allocate more than $ 21 billion for financing in the field of health. This is a part of the fight against the pandemic of the new coronavirus. “To date, G20 members and invited participating countries have pledged more than $ 21 billion to finance global health,” the statement said.
They will use these funds to prevent the further spread of coronavirus infection. This money will help, in particular, diagnostics, vaccine research, treatment of patients and various studies.
Most people who become infected with COVID-19 experience mild or moderate symptoms of the disease and can recover with supportive care. If you have a cough, a fever or difficulty breathing, you need to seek medical help as soon as possible by first calling the medical facility by phone.
Do not hesitate to seek medical help if the temperature rises
Alcohol use does not protect against COVID‑19 and can be dangerous. Meanwhile, frequent or excessive drinking increases the risk of other health problems.
Thermal imaging thermometers are able to detect effectively the presence of fever (i.e., body temperature in excess of normal). They do not determine whether a person has COVID‑19 infection or other viruses.
There are currently no drugs approved for the treatment or prevention of COVID‑19. A series of drug trials is ongoing, however, there is no evidence that hydroxychloroquine or any other drug can cure or prevent this infection. Improper use of hydroxychloroquine can lead to serious side effects, serious health problems and, in some cases, death.
Spicy pepper, of course, has gastronomic advantages. However, it does not prevent and does not cure new coronavirus.
The best way to protect against the infection is to maintain a distance of at least one meter from others
Frequent and thorough hand washing is necesserely too. In addition, balanced nutrition, adequate fluid intake, regular exercise and healthy sleep have a beneficial strengthening effect.
There is currently no evidence or information indicating that flies or mosquitos can transmit the viral pathogen COVID-19. The virus that causes this dangerous disease spreads primarily through aerosol droplets, which appear when a sick person coughs, sneezes or even talks with someone.
In addition, infection 2019-nCoV is possible in case of contact with contaminated surfaces, if a person then touches his eyes, nose or mouth without washing the hands.
Under no circumstances should you inhale vapors or otherwise inject bleach or other disinfectants into the body. These substances can cause poisoning when ingested, and cause irritation or damage to the skin and eyes. Bleaching and disinfecting agents should be used with caution only for surface disinfection. Keep away chlorine solutions (bleach) and other disinfectants from children.
5G mobile networks have nothing to do with COVID-19
Viruses are not transmitted with radio signals or over mobile waves. The COVID-19 epidemic is spreading in many countries without 5G networks.
Exposure to the sun or temperatures above 25 ° C (77 ° F) cannot be a means of preventing coronavirus disease. People catch the disease no matter which climate they live in, no matter how hot or vice versa cold it is outdoors.
Coronavirus disease is a treatable illness. Most people infected with COVID-19 can recover. In case of infection, symptoms must be treated. If you have cough, fever and shortness of breath, you should immediately seek medical help, starting by contacting a medical facility by phone. Thanks to supportive care, many patients recover.