Corona Virus Global Pandemic

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Corona Virus Global Pandemic

The article is based on currently known Corona Virus and the spread of other viral respiratory infections. We all should update and spread this information as needed and as more information becomes available. Corona viruses are a large group of viruses, some of which cause disease in humans, while others spread between animals, including camels, cats, and bats. In rare cases, animal corona viruses may infect humans exposed to infected animals and then spread among humans, such as in Middle East respiratory syndrome corona virus and severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus as seen in the virus. This content is about Corona Virus Prevention, from spreading to people in homes and other residential communities.

Your State medical staff and public health staff will assess whether you can treat at home. If it is determined that you do not need to be hospitalized and can be isolated at home, you will be monitored by staff at your local or state health department. You should follow these precautions until your health care provider, local or state health department tells you that you can resume normal activities.

Except for medical treatment, please stay at home

In addition to seeing a doctor, you should restrict travel. Do not go to work, school or public places. Avoid public transportation, carpooling, or taxis.

Isolate yourself from other people and animals in the home

Patient: Whenever you are at home, you should stay in a specific room and be isolated from the rest of the family. Also, if possible, you should use a separate toilet.

Animals: Do not touch pets or other animals when you are sick.

Call before visiting

Before you make an appointment, call the medical staff and tell them that you have issues or a suspected infection. This will help clinic staff take steps to prevent others from becoming infected or exposed.

Wear mask

Wear a mask when you approach other people (such as in the same room or in the same car) or pet, or before entering a clinic or hospital. If you cannot wear a mask for some reason, such as being unable to breathe, those who live with you should avoid living in the same room as you. Masks must be worn once they enter your room.

Covers coughs and sneezes

Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw used paper towels in trash cans with plastic bags; wash hands immediately with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or immediately disinfect hands with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% to 95% alcohol and disinfect Apply the liquid to all hands and rub until the hands are dry. If your hands are dirty, wash with soap and water.

Clean your hands often

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or disinfect your hands with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing 60% to 95% alcohol. Spread the whole hand with the disinfectant and rub it until your hands are dry. If your hands are dirty, wash with soap and water. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with your unwashed hands.

Avoid sharing personal items

You should not share dishes, drinking glasses, cups, cutlery, towels or bedding with other people or pets in the home. Once used, these items should be thoroughly washed with soap and water.

Clean all high frequency contact surfaces every day

High-frequency contact surfaces include counters, tabletops, door handles, toilet utensils, toilets, mobile phones, keyboards, tablets, and bedside tables. Also, clean any surfaces that may have blood, stool, or body fluids. Use household cleaning spray or wipes according to label instructions. The label contains instructions for the safe and effective use of cleaning products, including precautions you should take when using the product, such as wearing gloves, and ensuring good ventilation during use of the product.

Monitor your symptoms

If your condition worsens (such as difficulty breathing), seek medical attention immediately. Before seeing your doctor, call your medical staff and tell them that you have problems or are suspected of being infected. Wear a mask before entering the clinic or hospital. This will help clinic staff take steps to prevent other people in the clinic or waiting room from becoming infected or exposed. Ask your medical staff to call your local or state health department. People who have been monitored or provided self-monitoring should follow the instructions of the local health department or occupational health professional as appropriate.

If you have an emergency medical condition and need to call emergency, please notify the dispatcher that you are infected or suspected of being infected with Virus. If possible, put on a mask before emergency medical services arrive.

Termination quarantine

Patients diagnosed with Corona virus infection should continue to be quarantined at home until the risk of secondary transmission to others is considered to be reduced. Consult physicians, state and local health authorities on a case-by-case basis to make a decision to end family isolation measures.

Recommended measures for prevention of family, members of the staff, intimate partner and non-medical caregivers of Patients being examined

Family members, close partners, and caregivers in non-medical settings may be in close contact with symptomatic, laboratory-confirmed Corona virus patients or patients undergoing examinations. Close contacts should monitor their health; if they develop symptoms suspected of Corona (such as fever, cough, shortness of breath), call their medical staff immediately

Close contacts should also follow these recommendations:

  • Make sure you understand and can help patients follow medical staff’s medication and treatment instructions. You should help patients get basic home needs and support them in buying groceries, prescription drugs, and other personal needs.
  • Monitor patients for symptoms. If the patient is exacerbated, call their medical staff and tell them that the patient has a laboratory confirmed Corona Virus. This will help medical staff’s clinics take steps to prevent other people in the clinic or waiting room from becoming infected. Ask the medical staff to call your local or state health department for additional guidance. If the patient has an emergency medical condition and you need to call emergency, please notify the dispatcher that the patient is infected or suspected of being infected with Corona Virus
  • Family members should stay in other rooms or be isolated from patients as much as possible. Family members should use separate bedrooms and bathrooms, if available.
  • Non-essential guests are not allowed to come home.
  • Family members should take care of any pets in the home. Do not touch pets or other animals when you are sick.
  • Make sure the common spaces in your home are well ventilated, such as using air conditioners or opening windows if weather permits.
  • Clean your hands often. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing 60% to 95% alcohol. Spread the whole hand with the disinfectant and rub it until your hands are dry. If your hands are dirty, wash with soap and water.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with your unwashed hands.
  • If you are in the same room as the patient, you should all wear masks.
  • Wear disposable masks and gloves when you touch or come into contact with the patient’s blood, stool, or body fluids (such as saliva, sputum, nasal mucus, vomit, urine).
  • Dispose of disposable masks and gloves after use. Do not reuse.
  • When removing personal protective equipment, first remove and discard gloves. Then, immediately clean your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Next, remove and discard the mask and immediately clean your hands again with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid sharing household items with patients. Do not share dishes, drinking glasses, cups, cutlery, towels, bedding or other items. After the patient has used these items, they should be thoroughly washed
  • Clean all high-frequency contact surfaces, such as counters, tabletops, door handles, toilet fixtures, toilets, mobile phones, keyboards, tablets and bedside tables, daily. Also, clean any surfaces that may have blood, stool, or body fluids.
  • Use household cleaning spray or wipes according to label instructions. The label contains instructions for the safe and effective use of cleaning products, including precautions you should take when using the product, such as wearing gloves, and ensuring good ventilation during use of the product.
  • Wash clothing thoroughly.
  • Remove and wash clothing or bedding immediately with blood, feces or body fluids.
  • Wear disposable gloves when handling contaminated items and keep them away from your body. Immediately after removing gloves, clean your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Read and follow the instructions on the laundry or laundry labels and detergent labels. Normal washing powder should always be used according to the instructions of the washing machine and dried thoroughly at the maximum temperature recommended on the clothing label.
  • Put all used disposable gloves, masks, and other contaminated items in containers with plastic bags before putting them in other household waste. After handling these items, clean your hands immediately (with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer). If your hands are dirty, wash with soap and water.

 

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Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources "Joe Joe." he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.