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Coronavirus or COVID-19 is a human-to-human infectious disease caused by a new type of virus discovered in December 2019.
Many infected people might show mild to moderate symptoms. Some can recover by self-isolation without any treatment. Others with weakened immune systems tend to be seriously affected by Coronavirus (i.e. those with pre-existing medical conditions like diabetes, cardiovascular, respiratory disease, and cancer).
Please protect yourself and others from Covid-19 by
Practice social distancing (2 meters/ 6 feet apart).
Wear masks (You definitely don’t want to inhale infected people’s droplets).
Washing hands regularly, especially right after touching frequently-used surfaces like doorknobs, faucets, and handles. Use alcohol-based rubs or alcohol hand sanitizers to reduce the amount of dirt.
Cough into our elbows or handkerchief and do not touch your face. COVID-19 easily spreads through droplets of saliva when an infected person talks, coughs, sneezes, or breaths.
Stay home if you feel unwell.
Avoid unnecessary travel and crowded places.
Do not smoke and avoid air pollution weakening your lungs.
Watch your body symptoms listed below.
Most common symptoms:
Less common symptoms:
Aches and pains.
Conjunctivitis (pink or red eyes caused by inflammation).
Loss of taste or smell.
Discolored fingers and toes skin.
Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath.
Chest pain or pressure.
Loss of speech or movement.
Please seek instant medical attention if having serious symptoms. Always call, isolate, and cover yourself before visiting doctors.
Incubation period: Usually from 5-6 days (or even 14 days) after infection, you will show symptoms.
Specific vaccines or treatments for COVID-19 are currently not found.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Plastic surfaces: up to three days
- Stainless steel surfaces: up to two days
- Cardboard: up to one day
- Frequently touched hard surfaces (i.e. elevator buttons, doorknobs, handles): more likely to survive
Soft surface (like fabric): hardly survive
(Source: Hopkins medicine)
Yes. CDC advises people to wear masks in public, especially grocery and pharmacy stores, as it’s hard to maintain social distancing.
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No. CDC suggests you should avoid unnecessary travels. Air travels mean you have to wait in a long line for security checking and terminals. Cruises and ships also have a high risk of spreading Coronavirus.
When Corona ends? According to CDC, Coronavirus could last for a long time in the community. We should follow instruction of public health officials to reduce the risk of getting COVID-19, prevent the spread, keep people healthy, and get back to a new normal life.