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This virus causes a disease called coronavirus. It is also known as COVID-19. Below are some of the common facts check on the coronavirus

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There are many viruses, which give rise to disease in animals and humans. Most of these diseases do not spread from animals to Human beings and humans to animals. However, initial suggestion points to the spread of the COVID 19 disease, to be spread from Bat to Humans. The coronavirus causes breathing problems in humans and also includes common cough, colds, and high fever. The patient is also likely to have Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. The coronavirus outbreak that has spread at this time has been found only recently. This virus causes a disease called coronavirus. It is also known as COVID-19. 

Below are some of the common facts check on the coronavirus 

  1. Does COVID-19 virus spread in hot weather?

COVID-19 spreads in all types of climates. The disease spreads in cold or hot weather. It spreads in cold regions as well as in hot and humid areas. The simplest way to protect you from COVID-19 is to clean hands at certain intervals. By keeping the hands clean frequently, you can avoid this virus, because if the hands are clean, you will touch your eyes, mouth, and nose, even then there will be no risk of infection.

  1. Cold place or cold air has not managed to kill this virus?

So far, no such evidence has been found regarding this virus that this virus dies in a cold place or cold air. The human body temperature is 36.5 to 37. The most important thing among all this is that you keep your hands clean at certain intervals. Clean hands with alcohol-made soap and sanitizer. 

  1. Can this virus be avoided by bathing in hot water?

You cannot avoid COVID-19 despite taking a bath with hot water, as your body temperature is between 36.7 to 37. Also, bathing with more hot water can prove to be dangerous for your body. If you want to avoid COVID-19, the best solution is to keep the hands clean in a short time, so that the virus does not get inside your eyes, mouth, and nose through your hands. 

  1. Does coronavirus spread by mosquito bites?

So far no evidence has been found from which it is known that mosquito bites spread coronavirus. Coronavirus first attacks the lungs of humans and then through coughs and sneezes the saliva of this virus comes out of the nose. If you want to protect yourself from this virus, always keep your hands clean, and keep them clean with alcohol soap and sanitizer. Also, keep in mind that if a person has phlegm or cold, keep a distance from it.

  1. Is 'hand dryer' successful in killing the coronavirus?

It is absolutely wrong that the hand dryer can kill the Corona 2019 virus. If you have to protect yourself from this virus, always keep your hands clean. Keep hands clean with soap made from alcohol. When the hands are clean, then dry them with a hand dryer or paper towel. 

  1. Can an ultraviolet disinfection lamp kill the new coronavirus?

Do not use ultraviolet disinfection lamps at all, as this may cause you skin problems. 

  1. How effective are thermal scanners in detecting people infected with the new coronavirus?

Thermal scanners are effective in detecting people who have a fever (ie higher than normal body temperature) due to coronavirus infection. However, they cannot detect those who are infected with the disease and who have not got fever. This is because it takes 2 to 10 days for infected people to become ill and get a fever. 

  1. Can Novel Coronavirus be killed by applying alcohol or chlorine on the body?

Applying alcohol or chlorine on the body will not spread the viruses already present in the body, but the use of such substances can prove harmful to your eyes, mouth. Always remember one thing that both alcohol and chlorine can be useful for disinfected surfaces, but are extremely dangerous for the body. 

  1. Can pets at home also spread coronavirus (2019-nCoV)?

So far no evidence has been found that coronavirus is spread by pets such as dogs or cats. However, it is said that after coming in contact with pets, do not forget to wash your hands with soap and water. 

  1. Can pneumonia vaccine protect against coronavirus?

Pneumonia vaccines, such as pneumococcal vaccine and Haemophilus Influenzae type B (HIB) vaccine, cannot prevent this coronavirus. This virus is so new and different that it requires new vaccines. Researchers are trying to make vaccines against 2019-nCoV, and the WHO is supporting their efforts. 

  1. Can Coronavirus be prevented by washing the nose with saltwater?

No. No evidence has been found that keeping the nose clean with salt water can prevent new coronavirus infection. On the other hand, if you clean the nose with saltwater, then the common cold-phlegm can help in quick recovery.

  1. Can eating garlic help prevent infection with coronavirus?

Garlic is considered very beneficial for health. Antimicrobial properties are found inside garlic, but so far no evidence has been found that you can avoid COVID-19 by eating garlic. 

  1. Is the risk of coronavirus more to the elderly than to the jawans?

Coronavirus infection is happening to people of all ages. But it would also not be wrong to say that older people, especially elderly people who have asthma, diabetes and heart disease





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