12 April

Dr. Binod Dangal, MD
Health Care Director
UN Examining Physician(UNEP)
Charikot Hospital/Nyaya Health Nepal
Bhimeshor Municipality, Dolakha

The Nobel Coronavirus is a member of the middle of a large family of viruses. The infection is called COVID-19, which can cause severe fever, difficulty in breathing, and even severe illness.
No matter what the clinical signs and symptoms, the person with COVID-19 virus-positive from the laboratory onset are said to be definitive COVID-19.

What are the main symptoms of this disease ?

  • Fever’s
  • Dry cough
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Serious targets include severe pneumonia, kidney failure, etc.

How does the disease transmits ?

  • The disease mainly transmits from the corona virus-infected person to a healthy person.
  • When a healthy person interacts with an infected person or by using infected things.
  • Eating raw foods like raw meat, Weaned milk or unproperly cooked food can also cause the disease.

Who are the people at high risk of COVID-19?

  • Family members of health workers who are caring for people infected with the corona virus.
  • People in the age group of more than 60 years.
  • Non-communicable diseases such as high blood pressure, endothelial diseases, chronic diabetes – respiratory diseases and people with cancer.
  • Many people gathering places (airports, borders, cinema halls, fairs, hats and bazaars, etc.).

What is the treatment of Covid-19 ?

  • No specific drug or vaccine was detected for this disease. Symptomatic treatment should be administered at health institutions or hospitals.

Remedies of COVID-19 infection prevention and control.

  • Before cooking and eating food, wash your hand regularly.
  • wash your hands with soapy water at least 20 seconds.
  • Use hand sanitizer if there is no soapy water.
  • cover your mouth with clean cloths when sneezing and coughing.
  • Avoid a person with a fever or a cough.
  • Do not shake hands or hug someone.
  • Do not inadvertently come into contact with pets or wild animals
  • Avoid distractions
  • Use of masks when traveling on public transport
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