PANDEMIC: How to AVOID getting infected with novel CORONAVIRUS

Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that have a halo, or crown-like (corona) appearance when viewed under an electron microscope.
Photo Credit: Dr. Fred Murphy Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 'Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that have a halo, or crown-like (corona) appearance when viewed under an electron microscope.'

The practical tips to avoid getting infected with novel coronavirus.

Watch this short clip, a practical tip from health practitioner on how to avoid getting infected with the dreaded novel coronavirus now posing a pandemic threat to the world which all began in the city of Wuhan in Hebei province of mainland China.

But first, let’s look at the current available monitoring stats around the world :

China, People’s Republic6,0611326,193
Hong Kong SAR1010
Macau SAR77
Taiwan, Republic of China88
Rest of Asia (Thailand, Singapore, etc.)4343
Europe (France, etc.)88
North America (USA, Canada)88
South America
Australasia (Australia, New Zealand)55
Rest of the world 44

According to known information, the virus has a two-week incubation period. Meaning, if one has the virus, it may manifest after two weeks only of infection, but the infected person (now a carrier) will be able to contaminate or infect others even on day one of infection already. Alarming, indeed.

And below, is the continuing podcast/ video coverage discussion panel on the threat. Keep watching as the resource persons are dishing out enough informative facts.

Check out at around 09:00 on the revelations of Dr. Steven Hatfill, Biological Weapons Expert: Australia has now gotten “a sample of the virus and they can start developing a crude vaccine and test various other drugs…. They are on the way to development of a vaccine…. We (USA) should have had this and should have been reported in the United States days ago. We should have been the first…. Heads need to roll.”

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