Official Updates Coronavirus | COVID-19 in Pakistan‎ 26April 2020

What is the recovery time for the coronavirus disease?

English

Using the available preliminary data, the median onset time for minor medical rehabilitation is approximately 2 weeks and 3-6 weeks for patients with severe or severe illness.

Urdu

دستیاب ابتدائی اعداد و شمار کا استعمال کرتے ہوئے ، معمولی طبی بحالی کے لئے میڈین آغاز کا وقت تقریبا 2 ہفتوں اور 3-6 ہفتوں تک ہوتا ہے جو شدید یا شدید بیماری کے مریض ہیں۔

COVID-19 in USA

How Many Cases in Pakistan?

Cases in Pakistan COVID 19

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In a virtual program with heads of state and WHO leaders, WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Azanom Grebesis announced the launch of the Equis to 19 COVID 19 Tools Accelerator, or ACT Accelerator. This is an important contribution to accelerating the development, production, and even distribution of vaccines, diagnostic, and therapeutics for COVID-19.
“Only through solidarity will we stop COVID 19,” said Dr. Tudros. “Countries, health partners, industry, and the private sector must work together to ensure that the fruits of science and research are reaped.” Benefit one. “

The event was hosted by the World Health Organization, President of France, President of the European Commission, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Urdu

سربراہان مملکت اور عالمی ادارہ صحت کے رہنماؤں کے ساتھ ایک مجازی پروگرام میں ، ڈبلیو ایچ او کے ڈائریکٹر جنرل ڈاکٹر ٹیڈروس ازنوم گریبیس نے 19 کوویڈ 19 ٹولس ایکسلریٹر ، یا ایکٹ ایکسلریٹر کے لئے ایکویس کو لانچ کرنے کا اعلان کیا۔ COVID-19 کے لئے ویکسین ، تشخیصی ، اور علاج معالجے کی ترقی ، پیداوار اور یہاں تک کہ تقسیم کو تیز کرنے میں یہ ایک اہم شراکت ہے۔
ڈاکٹر ٹڈروس نے کہا ، “ہم صرف یکجہتی کے ذریعے کوویڈ 19 کو روکیں گے۔ “ممالک ، صحت کے شراکت دار ، صنعت اور نجی شعبے کو یہ یقینی بنانے کے لئے مل کر کام کرنا ہوگا کہ سائنس اور تحقیق کے ثمرات کو حاصل کیا جاسکے۔” ایک فائدہ۔ “

اس پروگرام کی میزبانی ورلڈ ہیلتھ آرگنائزیشن ، فرانس کے صدر ، یوروپی کمیشن کے صدر ، اور بل اینڈ میلنڈا گیٹس فاؤنڈیشن نے کی۔

ChartCOVID-19 spreads

How is the virus transmitted?

The seemingly normal activity of the new coronavirus has taken over all our normal calculus. Is it safe for anyone to pass on the road? What about shopping at a 6-foot (2-meter) grocery store? And what about the package and takeout? And which of these activities is the biggest threat?

Unfortunately, many things we do not yet know about the way COVID-19 spreads.

“At this point, I don’t think anyone can take a group of people with COVID, saying how everyone got infected, and then say that XX% has been infected with drops and The infection has spread through the surfaces that touch the dude. ” Jeffrey Ann Martin, a professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco, told Science Live in an email. “I don’t think this kind of study has ever been done for an infection. In most people, we don’t know how the person got the infection.”

Related: Current Updates on COVID-19

But as time goes on, we are learning more. Here’s how the new coronavirus, SARS-CO2, spreads.

Respiratory transmission
Although the basic pattern of CoVID-19 disease transmission has not been maintained, there are some subtleties that could play a role in the spread of the disease. From the outset, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has stated that SARS-COVI 2 is a respiratory virus, and similarly, it is spread especially among people through “respiratory droplets”. Symptoms are when people sneeze or cough. The idea that virus-laden mucus is the primary mode of transmission guides the CDC’s advice to maintain a distance of at least 6 feet between you and others. The idea is that due to gravity, large droplets (which are about 1000000 inches or 5 microns larger) fall to the ground at a distance of 6 feet from the affected person.

Official Updates Coronavirus | COVID-19 in Pakistan‎

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is thought to have originated in a species of animal and then spread to humans.

The novel Coronavirus virus is known to spread, but it is not yet understood how easily it occurs.

Other human coronaviruses infected with the disease (by coughing or sneezing) or by contaminated hands are transmitted from one person to another through contaminated droplets.

Is there a vaccine against the novel coronavirus?

Currently, there is no available vaccine that protects against Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Is there any treatment for Coronavirus Disease?

There is no specific treatment. It is the main supportive treatment that aims at reducing symptoms.

As an individual, you can lower your risk of infection by reducing your rate of contact with other people. Avoiding public spaces and unnecessary social gatherings, especially events with large numbers of people or crowds, will lower the chance that you will be exposed to the coronavirus as well as to other infectious diseases like flu.

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