The word covid – 19 means CO-covid, VI-virus, and D-disease, which is spread by a virus. This is a disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus.
What is COVID-19?
The word covid – 19 means CO-covid, VI-virus, and D-disease, which is spread by a virus. This is a disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus. The disease was first revealed in 2019, it was known as nCov – novel coronavirus. This virus is a new virus belonging to the same family, which is related to severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and the common cold.
What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
Originally, covid – 19 symptoms may include –
Pain in chest
Shortness of breath
In more severe cases pneumonia or difficulty in breathing may occur due to infection. In more rare cases when the infection is aggravated the disease can become incurable and cause death. The symptoms are matches to the flu (influenza), so it can be difficult to detect. This is why testing is necessary to confirm covid-19.
How does COVID-19 spread?
This virus is an infectious disease that can be spread by direct contact with the respiratory droplets of an infected person, which can be spread by simply coughing and sneezing of an infected person. Touching a virus-rich surface can also infect a person. Touch of a surface containing the virus can be spread by a person touching the face (eg, eyes, nose, and mouth). Because the Covid-19 virus remains on the surface for several hours, it can be killed by a simple disinfectant
Who is most at the risk?
Covid-19 is a fatal disease, although it can affect every age group, with the greatest risk being to older people, and people with chronic medical conditions, such as those who develop severe symptoms such as diabetes and heart disease are at greater risk.Covid-19 is a fatal disease, although it can affect every age group, with the greatest risk being to older people, and people with chronic medical conditions, such as those who develop severe symptoms such as diabetes and heart disease, more There is a risk. Apart from this, in many cases, this virus is also affecting children. But so far there have been relatively fewer cases of COVID-19 in children. The virus is still predominantly found in older people with pre-existing medical conditions and more. Or people who are lacking in immunity, especially this virus is more effective.
How the new variant of covid- 19 differ from the old?
This new variant of Coronavirus has taken a more deadly form than before. The new variant of the corona has now spread its footprint not only in India but also in the whole world, with its identity with double mutants. The process of keeping oneself alive by any virus is usually referred to as mutants or mutations. This new variant of Coronavirus has learned to cheat. Now it cannot be easily caught, even now that this variant is betraying RT-PCR testing, this variant of Corona is spreading rapidly. In this new variant of Corona, even if someone is infected with a coronavirus, their RC-PTR report may be negative. Because this new strain has completely changed itself which is not easily caught in RT-PCR testing. This form of coronavirus now directly reaches the lungs and affects the respiratory system of the infected person as it is no longer in the hold in samples taken from the nose and mouth. Now, even after more than two tests, the virus has not been detected. Late detection of the virus may worsen the patient’s condition. If the RC-PTR test fails to catch the virus and you have symptoms of coronavirus, then another method of testing without delay is to resort to SITISCAN as this is a test in which the exact status of the virus can be checked.
How can the spread of COVID-19 slow down or prevented?
You can prevent coronavirus by following corona precautions and guidelines ✓ staying home when sick; ✓ covering mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue when coughing or sneezing. disposal of used tissue immediately; ✓ washing hands carefully often with soap and water or with alcohol-based handwash for 2 minutes, and ✓ cleaning frequently touched surfaces and objects, along with three ‘T’ -Test, Track, and Tikakaran (vaccination).
Remember that vaccination is compulsory for those above 45 years of age. Now people over the age of 18 may also be eligible for vaccination.