Must know if your country is still under coronavirus (COVID-19)

Must know if your country is still under coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 is a new virus-induced respiratory disease. Fever, toxins, a sore throat and shortness of breath are symptoms. The virus will spread from person to person. No treatment for COVID-19 is currently available. Figure out who’s in danger and what to do if you think you’ve got COVID-19.

Must know if your country is still under coronavirus (COVID-19)

What does COVID-19 mean?

Coronaviruses are a large family of respiratory viruses. This may vary from cold to extreme diseases.

COVID-19 is a modern coronavirus-related disease. It first appeared in Wuhan City, China, in December 2019.

Middle East Respiratory System (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) are other coronaviruses.

Symptoms of COVID-19/ Coronavirus

COVID-19 symptoms can range from mild pneumonia to mild disease. Some people will easily recover, while others will get really quickly sick.

Coronaviral patients may have the following symptoms:

  • Fever Fever
  • Symptoms of breathing
  • Coughing
  • Wicked collar
  • Breathlessness

Fainting, headache, muscle or joint pain, nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting, lack of smell, a distracting feeling, loss of appetite and fatigue may all be signs of the disease.

Testing should stop the spread of COVID-19 persons with mild respiratory symptoms.

if you are concerned You can check COVID-19:

If you are based in India, we are tied up with Thyrocare to test people around India. You can reach us out using contact us option on this blog.

How it is spreading?

The virus can spread from individual to individual:

  • Near communication (including 48 hours before symptoms were present) with an infectious person
  • Droplets from cough or sneeze of an infected person
  • touch items or surfaces of an infected individual (such as doorknobs or tables) and then touch the mouth or face

COVID-19 is a new disease and our population still has no current immunity. COVID-19 may, therefore, spread widely and rapidly.

Who is in greatest danger?

In India, the most disadvantaged individuals are:

  • Recently visited foreign countries
  • Those who were in close contact with a COVID-19 diagnosed individual
  • Correctional and custody individuals
  • Residential groups of people

Those at greater risk of serious diseases if they get the virus are, or are most likely to be:

At this point, there is no clear risk to children or infants and the role of children in COVID-19 transmission. In comparison with the wider population, however, there has been a low rate of confirmed COVID-19 children. Please read this fact sheet for more information on COVID-19 and children.

There is currently insufficient evidence of the danger to pregnant women.

Safeguard yourself and others

They must all do these things so that COVID-19 is slowed down and those who are at greatest risk protected.

See key recommendations on:

  • Better sanitation
  • Distance to actual
  • Meetings of the public
  • Isolated

If you have recently traveled, see our tourist advice.


See our answers to frequently asked questions about COVID-19. 

To find out more, see our English COVID-19 resources and translated COVID-19 resources.

Information about COVID-19 and the COVIDSafe app is also available in 63 languages on the Department of Home Affairs website

For what we are doing to limit the spread of COVID-19, go to Government response to the outbreak.


Support is available if you are concerned about COVID-19 or are distressed because you are in quarantine or sick. It is important to look after your mental health

Visit the Head to Health website:

  • links to mental health online and phone support
  • resources and services that can help if you’re experiencing mental health concerns or trying to support someone else

Must know if your country is still under coronavirus (COVID-19)

Rajat Singh
Rajat Singh is the chief Author at Bioinformatics India, he has been writing for the past 3 years and has a special interest in SEO, Technology, Health, Life Sciences and gaming.

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