Coronavirus Pandemic

timelineMany people have been on guard regarding the coronavirus for several weeks now and with good reason. The coronavirus outbreak started in December 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei Providence, China. As of now, 127,000 have been infected and 4,300 have died worldwide. It has been said the people at higher risk are those that are elderly or have an underlying condition.

A study of more than 55,000 people in China showed the highest mortality rate was in individuals over the age of 80. Among all countries, Italy has had the largest numbers in this outbreak, with 12,000 infects and 800 deaths.cases

The known symptoms for coronavirus include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, sneezing, and shortness of breath and difficulty breathing and even in severe cases death. Like most, if not all sicknesses, this spreads through the air from coughing and sneezing, also from close contact, as in touching and shaking hands with someone who has been infected.

CHS-432 Coronavirus Prevention Graphic (Half Page) V2:Layout 1.qEven those there isn’t a vaccine or treatment from the coronavirus, there are ways we can protect ourselves. The preventative measures that can be taken include wash hands frequently, avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands, clean and disinfect surfaces and objects, stay hydrated, aim to get 8 hours of sleep each night, maintain a well-balanced diet, avoid contact with those that are sick, and stay home if you are sick.

Most people that have been infected will recover on their own and considering there aren’t any treatments now, this is their only option. There are actions that can be taken to relieve symptoms including over the counter fever and pain reducers, room _111078922_cough_etiquette2_6403x-nchumidifier or hot shower, stay hydrated, and get plenty of sleep.

On Wednesday, March 11th, the White House announced non-US citizens will not be allowed to travel from Europe for 30 days. Trump says the travel restrictions are meant to prevent new cases from entering the states and will continue to be adjusted as needed.

Of course, Trump has taken to his favorite form of communication, Twitter. He has gone from tweeting that the restrictions would only apply to foreign nationals who traveled to one of 26 European countries in the past 14 days. In another tweet, Trump stated that Americans would be exempt from the restrictions and would be directed to limited airports to be tested. Again, in another tweet, Trump stated traveler and trade and cargo. He then quickly corrected himself on Twitter by saying the restrictions would only apply to people from travel, not goods coming into the country.

difference-between-epidemic-and-pandemic-2615168-01-c829c2e4591f47f9a3e5cd39687be4a7On Wednesday, March 11th, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak is spreading globally at a rapid rate and it is now considered a pandemic. To clarify the difference between an epidemic and pandemic, an epidemic is a rapid spread of an infectious disease to a large number of people for a short period of time. A pandemic is a disease epidemic that has spread to a large region, such as multiple continents or worldwide.

On Wednesday, the first person on Capitol Hill, a Washington Senator Maria Cantwell tested positive for coronavirus. Trump went on for days after the first case, saying the GettyImages-170441490virus was not bad, is under control and numbers would decrease in the states. He tried to spread his lie that this virus was nothing more than a Democratic hoax. Even as people continued to die and reports of positive cases increased, he continued to tell his version of the truth, which was a lie.

On Wednesday evening Trump announced his plan to be aggressive to combat the virus by taking the following precautions.

  • Ban on some travel from Europe for 30 days, but this doesn’t include the UK. He does prefer to protect locations where he has golf courses.
  • Commitment to waive co-pays and extend insurance for coronavirus treatment.
  • Small Business Administration to extend low-interest loans to affected companies.
  • Treasury Departments defer tax payments without interest or penalties for impacted businesses and individuals.
  • Call on Congress to provide payroll tax relief.

originIt isn’t easy to not worry about such an awful pandemic, but we all need to keep in mind how important it is for good hygiene, especially if we are out in large crowds. I think my thoughts for the president are obvious. I do feel confident that most of what comes out of his mouth is a lie and all the lies can be proven. You can see the past times he has spoken about coronavirus, he wanted to convince others this was not something to worry about and it is sad that some probably believed him because they believe every one of his lies. Now a person that is in Capitol Hill has it and maybe she images (2)infected others. I am sorry if I offended anyone reading this that thinks Trump is a good and honest president, I mean no harm to any of you. Honestly though facts are facts and most are pretty obvious!

Thank you for visiting my site today! I hope this information was helpful for you and you are taking good care of yourself! I am looking forward to reading your thoughts on this information. Please never forget that I am always sending y’all LOTS of love ❤, comfort, and many positive vibes!

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❤Always, Alyssa❤

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