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Why the coronavirus pandemic is forcing people out of the cities | DW News

Latest video updates about Coronavirus. Have a look at this “Why the coronavirus pandemic is forcing people out of the cities | DW News” video below: Millions of people in Asia, Africa and world centers like New York and Tokyo, have been escaping the crowds for…
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Coronavirus: South Korea's Covid detectives - BBC News

Newest video updates about Coronavirus. Watch this “Coronavirus: South Korea's Covid detectives – BBC News” video below: South Korea, a country held up as a model for its response to Covid-19, has been struggling to contain a new nationwide outbreak.
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Covid in Yemen: the city where all the hospitals shut - except one - BBC News

Newest video updates about Coronavirus. Check out this “Covid in Yemen: the city where all the hospitals shut – except one – BBC News” video below: During the height of the pandemic in Yemen, there was only one functioning hospital in the city of…

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease That Originated In China And Has Caused A Worldwide Pandemic.

Some people infected with the COVID-19 virus will have mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring ongoing treatment. Older people and people with underlying medical conditions like diabetes, cancer, chronic respiratory disease, and cardiovascular disease are more likely to develop severe illness.

Being well informed about the COVID-19 virus prevention and slowing down transmittal is the best way to lower infection chances. Protect yourself and others from infection by wearing gloves, wearing a mask, washing your hands, and using an alcohol-based antibacterial frequently and not touching your face.

Coronavirus spreads typically through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person sneezes or coughs, so it’s imperative that you also practice respiratory courtesy to help in disease control and prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 (for instance, by coughing into a flexed elbow).

As of now, there are no specific vaccines or treatments for COVID-19. However, the CDC (Centers For Disease Control) and others are implementing ongoing clinical trials evaluating potential treatments to help save lives. They will continue to provide updated info as soon as clinical findings are available.

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