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  • the World Health Organization is calling Corona Virus and Info endemic because there is so much misinformation and myths out there, and hopefully today we clear those up.

  • Hi, my name is Natasha beyond.

  • I'm a primary care physician at One Medical, and today I'll be answering the most commonly Googled questions about Corona virus.

  • Is Corona virus airborne?

  • No, it's not airborne.

  • The way the medical community defines airborne airborne transmission of a virus means that viral particles can linger in the air for hours after it's been exposed.

  • And luckily, Corona virus is not transmitted that way.

  • We know that Corona virus is spread from person to person transmission.

  • Is Corona virus worse than the flu?

  • Yes, we know that the krona virus for now appears to be more deadly than the flu.

  • The death rate from the flu is far less than 1%.

  • It's usually closer, 2.1%.

  • In fact, what we're finding is the death rate from Krone virus is perhaps around 3.4%.

  • However the number it might not be totally accurate.

  • There's other studies that showing it might even be 2%.

  • The reason we don't know much, right?

  • now is because there might be a lot more people infected than we are testing.

  • So the numbers right now for the death rate aren't entirely accurate.

  • But we do think that it's more deadlier than the flu.

  • When you break down Corona virus infections by age group.

  • That's also when we see a big difference.

  • We're finding that people who are older than 60 years old they're more likely to die from the cove in 19 disease, whereas people who are under age 40 the death rate from Corona virus appears to be about 400.4%.

  • So less than half of 1% is the krone virus pandemic.

  • For now, the World Health Organization is not calling the Corona virus a pandemic.

  • The pandemic basically is worldwide spread of a disease, and right now Corona virus is contained to a couple of countries.

  • Does Corona virus go away?

  • About four out of five people who get the cove in 19 disease will actually end up getting totally better, and for a lot of them they have very mild symptoms.

  • They might not even know that they have the Kobe 19 disease.

  • So yes, for many people, Corona virus can go away.

  • Can a Corona virus speak cured?

  • Right now, we don't have any treatments to cure Corona virus if you end up getting the cove in 19 disease.

  • We do have a lot of things that can control your symptoms, however, so if you have nasal congestion, you can try a nasal steroid.

  • It will decrease inflammation in your respiratory passageway.

  • If you have a cough, you could always try a decongestant.

  • And if you have fevers, you can try a fever buster like an anti inflammatory, such as ibuprofen or even Tylenol.

  • Cantona virus live on objects.

  • The Corona virus is much more common toe live on hard surfaces.

  • The way ends up there is if someone coughs or sneezes and drop, let's get on the hard surface.

  • The virus could be living on the hard surface anywhere from a couple of hours to a couple of days.

  • It's less common for the krona virus toe live on soft surfaces like clothing or carpets.

  • But we've seen that before, too.

  • That's why it's very important.

  • If you cough or sneeze, you do it into a Kleenex or you do it into the fold of your elbow.

  • Why is coronavirus first from the flu.

  • Really big factor about Corona virus is it's new, and we don't know a lot about it because no humans have had Karna virus in the past.

  • We have no immunity to Corona virus, whereas at least with the flu, we've got immunity buildup from past flu seasons.

  • And there's a vaccine for the flu.

  • So we've got immunity built up from the vaccine.

  • This is in contrast to the krona virus, which we don't have any immunity and we don't have a vaccine for, although that's in the works.

  • How is Krone?

  • Buyer spread Corona virus has spread from person to person transmission through droplets.

  • What we mean by that is, if you're standing less than six feet away from somebody and they cough or sneeze, droplets can end up on you.

  • You could inhale those droplets.

  • They can go in through your nose or your mouth.

  • Another way.

  • It's transmitted is through hard surfaces, so somebody coughs or sneezes on a hard surface and the virus is living there.

  • Someone else could touch that virus and then later touch their face, their mouth, their nose and they can get the disease that way as well.

  • There are ways that you can protect yourself against coronavirus.

  • Number one is washing your hands frequently.

  • Washing your hands takes 20 seconds each.

  • Make sure you get underneath those fingernails and get the back of your hands as well.

  • If you're not able to wash your hands, make sure that you're using an alcohol based sanitizer.

  • An alcohol based sanitizer should be at least 60% alcohol.

  • Another thing that you can do is avoid touching your face.

  • Another important thing to do to prevent getting Corona virus is wiped down hard surfaces.

  • Be sure to wipe down things like door knobs, tables, etcetera, especially if you're around people who are at risk.

  • What does Colonel Virus dio?

  • In essence, the Corona virus attaches to cells in our bodies, and it increases our mucus production.

  • It's often impacting our lower respiratory tract, and it can cause things like coughing and sneezing.

  • It can cause us to get fevers.

  • Some people with colonel virus also end up getting G.

  • I issues.

  • They might get vomiting or feel nauseated.

  • People with really severe symptoms can also get severe shortness of breath.

  • What are Corona virus symptoms?

  • Corona virus symptoms are very similar to the flu, and in 80% of cases it's nearly indistinguishable from the flu.

  • Symptoms can actually range from having nothing at all to having fever and a cough toe having severe shortness of breath.

  • Has Corona virus peaked?

  • We don't quite know this yet, but we don't think that it's actually peaked in the U.

  • S.

  • Yet because we don't have a lot of research on Corona virus.

  • We don't have good data modelling to tell us how carnivorous is going to behave, so we actually don't think it's peaked quite yet.

  • When will Corona virus end?

  • We don't actually know the answer to that.

  • Public health officials think that there are three potential outcomes that could happen here.

  • Number one, the Corona virus could actually be contained through our public health interventions and potentially disappear.

  • That's very similar to what happened to stars in the past.

  • Number two.

  • We could develop a vaccine against Corona virus, and that could curb a lot of the spread of disease of Cove in 19 Number three Corona virus could continue to spread further and further and end up being a circulating virus that's just in our environment.

  • I hope that this is answered a lot of your questions about Corona virus, also known as the cove in 19 disease.

  • There are a lot of ways to protect yourself, so I don't want people Torrey quite yet.

  • Number one.

  • Make sure that you are frequently washing your hands.

  • Washing your hands effectively means washing for 20 seconds.

  • With soap and water.

  • Get underneath your fingernails.

  • Get the back of your hands.

  • If you're not able to wash your hands frequently, make sure you carry around hand sanitizer with you.

  • The hand sanitizer you have should be 60% alcohol base if you have any sort of symptoms that are respiratory symptoms fever, cough, shortness of breath, Please please, please stay at home.

  • Avoid going toe work.

  • Avoid going to public places and avoid going to crowded places if you have, and you sort of respiratory symptoms fever, coughing, shortness of breath, sneezing.

  • Rather than going immediately to see your primary care provider, it's important to reach out to them.

  • Virtually.

  • That might be a phone call to your primary care providers office, a message that you send them or even a video visit.

  • The reason why is often times.

  • There's not a lot that we do to treat a flu or even the krona virus, and it's more important that you stay safe at home and recover.

  • Another thing that we've noticed is a lot of people have anxiety and fear about this Corona virus.

  • It's really important that all of us are taking care of our mental health during this time.

  • There's a couple simple steps that we can all do to be vigilant about our mental health.

  • Number one.

  • Make sure that you are sleeping.

  • A lot of us are not sleeping or getting adequate amounts of sleep.

  • Number two.

  • Be sure that you're exercising Number three.

  • Make sure that you are eating healthy, a diet rich with fruits and vegetables and natural fresh.

  • And finally be sure to unplug from social media and unplug from that 24 hour news cycle.

  • If you are feeling a lot of anxiety during this time, please reach out to your primary care provider.

the World Health Organization is calling Corona Virus and Info endemic because there is so much misinformation and myths out there, and hopefully today we clear those up.

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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