The world is facing a serious threat in the form of the outspread of pandemic COVID-19. ‘CO’ stands for Corona, ‘VI’ stands for Virus, ‘D’ stands for disease and since it began in the year 2019, it is known as COVID-19. The COVID-19 virus is a new virus linked to the same family of viruses as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Corona Virus which originated in China, spread to various parts of the world including India. Let’s read What should you do if tested positive for COVID-19.
So, in these difficult times of mass suffering one needs to be sensitive towards oneself as well as others. One should know the means of spread of this disease to be protected against it.
Main modes of virus Transmission:
Do’s if you get symptoms:
- If you get any of the above mentioned symptoms for a long period of time do visit your doctor at the earliest.
- After infection on an average, symptoms take 5-6 days to appear and may extend up to 14 days. So, one needs to be careful.
- Also, it is the duty of the infected one to go into isolation without coming in contact of a healthy person as soon as he gets to know about his infection.
- Always wear a Face Mask to avoid its spread to others.
- If you are tested positive but not getting symptoms then you should definitely go to isolation. Because it may be possible that you have already started on your road to recovery as it was mild. Practice isolation at least for 10 days and observe yourself for any symptoms. So, keep distance with friends and family even though you are not getting symptoms. Stop isolation only when your medical service provider advises you to do so.
- If you are COVID patient keep all your utensils separate and don’t let anybody else use it or even touch it.
- Include lot of Immunity Boosting foods in your diet for speedy recovery like carrot, spinach, sweet potato etc.
- Be an intelligent and responsible citizen by practising isolation if you have been tested positive. As your carelessness can put a lot of others on stake. So, abide by all the guidelines issued by the government as well as the health authorities.