DAY 1-3

The symptoms will be similar to normal cold and flu. The patient will experience a fever. They will experience mild throat pain or no throat pain at all. People with the weakest immunity may experience diarrhea or nausea. People are still able to eat and drink normally.

Day 4

The Throat pain of an infected person increases in intensity. The Voice of the patients becomes sore. Body temperature is around 36.5-degree centigrade. Patients may experience disturbance while eating or drinking. Other symptoms on day 4 are mild headaches and mild diarrhea.

Day 5

On the 5th day of infection, things start to get a little messy. There is intense pain in the throat. Pain while the patient trying to eat or drink something. Soreness of voice increases. Feeling of pain on movement or moving any body part. Weakness all over the body with joint pains.
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Day 6

Fever is still mild at 37-degree centigrade. There is a dry cough with a painful throat. Painful throat while eating, swallowing or talking. The feeling of being exhausted and severe nausea. Occasionally the patient faces difficulty in breathing. The pain from extends to fingers. The intensity of diarrhea and vomiting increases.

Day 7

The intensity of fever increases up to 38-degree centigrade. Excessive coughing with sputum. Body pain, headache, diarrhea, and vomiting worsen.

Day 8

Severe difficulty in breathing every time the patient breathes. Chests become very heavy. Coughing, headaches and joint pains increase more. Body temperature rises above 38 centigrade.

Day 9

All of the symptoms shown starts getting worse.

This list of symptoms was released by the ministry of health, Singapore. If you feel any of the symptoms get yourself tested.

Emergency warning signs for COVID-19 are: Difficulty breathing, pain in the chest, bluish lips or face, This list is not all-inclusive.

If you ever feel the three symptoms fever, cough, and shortness of breath, seek medical attention immediately.

Three Ways To Defeat Coronavirus

The deadly and infectious coronavirus outbreak seems to be uncontrollable and has spread to more than 150 countries around the world. More than 4,00,000 people are affected, and over 1,00,000 have already recovered. While total people dead are now 17,000+. There is no proper treatment found yet. Scientists are trying to figure out ways to find the most efficient and quick solutions to handle and defeat the virus.

First Way

One way to defeat the virus is to make genetically engineered human cells are created in labs and injected in the body. They target the human cells infected with the virus and killing them by producing antibodies. But this process is very lengthy and ineffective because each human has a different genome. None of the cells created for one person would be helpful for other human beings. Scientists would have to work for every single human being to manufacture the cell culture, which is very costly and uneasy.

Second Way

To handle this problem, the second way to defeat this deadly virus is to create a drug or vaccine which can target the virus in the body. This is one of the most reliable methods of treating the issue, but creating a drug or vaccine requires a good time for research, development, and testing. We can not wait this long, considering the continuous increase in the affected people.

Third Way

The quickest and shortest way to defeat coronavirus is to use the existing drugs and vaccines for viruses. Most of the infections are genetically similar. This can help us to use the same or slightly modified antivirus drugs and vaccines for this virus. There is a tremendous chance of defeating this virus and achieving the goal with this reuse strategy. Meanwhile, the scientists are trying to study the virus and develop its own antivirus or a potent vaccine!
That would require some time to create and pass-through tests. For now, the only way to protect yourself is by preventative measures.
  • Maintain Social distance.
  • Wash your hands frequently.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Practice Respiratory Hygiene.
If you have a cough, fever and difficulty breathing, seek medical care as soon as possible. Together we will defeat the virus.

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