What are the Symptoms?
Common Symptoms: Fever, Tiredness, Fever, and Dry Cough
Severe Symptoms: High Fever, Pneumonia, Difficulty Breathing
Who is most at risk?
People over the age of 60.
People who are severely Obese.
Women who are pregnant.
People with pre-existing conditions such as: Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Chronic Respiratory Disease, High Blood Pressure, Cancer.
Wash your hands often.
20 SECONDS. or Hand sanitizer if water is not available.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and throw it in the trash.
Avoid close contact with large groups.
Take sick leave.
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 SECONDS. Use hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol. Clean and disinfect common touched items such as door handles and railings. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue (not your hands or sleeve). Stay at home as much as possible. When speaking to a person put distance in between you and the person. Use face masks that have a seal. Surgical face masks are not effective for preventing the disease. Visit your doctor if you believe you are showing severe symptoms.
Despite all the news surrounding hospitalization and deaths from the Corona Virus, 80% of all cases are mild (like the flu). At least 93% of people who have the Corona Virus will recover. People over under the age of 60 and have contracted severe cases of the Corona Virus have ~1% chance of dying. People who have a pre-existing condition should take precaution and limit the outside exposure. The Corona Virus is less contagious than tuberculosis, polio, and small pox. There have been 2.1 BILLION mentions of COVID-19 #CoronaVirus in the media.