INDIA’S FIGHT AGAINST CORONA

Compared to the developed countries, India is fighting well against Coronavirus disease (Covid-19). We salute all the doctors and the health workers working tirelessly for the betterment of humanity.

In recent times, the most discussed topic is Coronavirus (Covid-19). Many pieces of research are going on and every single day, new information is coming up, where some common people are being misguided and some are putting up their views and theories. Very few are aware of the facts and this creates havoc among the people. Lack of preventive measures and awareness among the common people have resulted in increasing the numbers of corona infected patients, keeping aside the political issues and economical crisis.

To be very precise, according to WHO, “Coronavirus disease Covid-19 is caused by the most recently discovered coronavirus of the family ‘Coronaviruses’. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that may cause illness in animals or humans. In humans, several coronaviruses are known to cause respiratory infections ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Covid-19 may be fatal in case if you are suffering from any other diseases and you are not diagnosed in its initial stages. It came into news after the breakout of the infections caused by this particular virus in Wuhan, China in December 2019 and has been declared as a pandemic after it has spread across the globe.

According to medical professionals, the common symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to that of normal flu. You may have a fever, or cold dry cough and tiredness throughout the day as primary symptoms where others symptoms are less common and may vary from person to person which includes aches and pains, nasal congestion, headache, conjunctivitis, sore throat, diarrhea, loss of taste or smell or a rash on skin or discoloration of fingers or toes. These symptoms are usually mild and begin gradually. Some people become infected but only have very mild symptoms.
Some may be infectious, yet asymptomatic.

As of now, there are no prescribed medicines or vaccines for this particular disease, though virologists and scientists are working day and night for the same. Currently, the treatment is being done on the basis of symptoms as and when shown by the patient. At present, scientists are claiming that ‘hard-immunity’ is the only way to recover from the disease. In general terms, it means that if your body has a high immunity it may resist the effect of the virus in your body. The elderly people and the children are on the verge to get infected easily. And as the monsoon season is here, you may catch normal cough and cold, so you don’t need panic. To protect yourself from this, you may visit your best medicine store near you to buy generic medicines for the same. The elders are advised to take their prescribed medicines bought from the best pharmacy store near them in the correct dosage and not to go outside if it is not an emergency. If you are stepping out in any case, you are advised to wear a mask and carry sanitisers with you which are easily available in a medicine store near you. You can use any kind of mask to decrease the coronavirus risk factor. Never forget about maintaining Social Distancing even if you are not infected and always remember to seek medical attention if you feel something serious. Don’t panic, just remember the preventive measures that can save you from this disease and always buy your medicines from the best pharmacy store near you.

Till July 15, 2020, India has reported more than 9 lakh cases of infected patients and has typically risen over the past few weeks after the unlock was announced. As per recent data, more than 24,300 people have succumbed to the disease, while nearly 60,000 have recovered, the latest Coronavirus update.

Stay safe by boosting your immunity with health supplements and nutritional products and rush to the nearest hospital, if you show any symptoms of coronavirus. The battle is still going on!

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