How to prevent catching & spreading coronavirus #Infographic

How to prevent catching & spreading coronavirus #Infographic


How does coronavirus spread?

The coronavirus is believed to primarily spread from person to person. That can happen among people who are in close contact with each other. Droplets formed when coughs or sneezes are made by an infected person that land in the mouths or noses of people nearby, or may be inhaled into their lungs.

A person with coronavirus — even one who has no symptoms — can emit aerosols when they talk or breathe. Aerosols are infectious viral particles which can drift or float in the air for up to three hours. Another person can breathe in these aerosols and get a coronavirus infection. Everybody should then cover their nose and mouth when they go out in public.



How does coronavirus spread?

Can you catch coronavirus another time? Why do some people become sicker than others? Does this return every winter? Will it work on a vaccine? Can passports on immunity get some of us back to work? How can we sustainably treat the virus?

The immune system is at the center of some of the most significant coronavirus issues.

We do know very little about the issue.

How do you become immune to coronavirus?


Our immune system protects the body against infection and it comes in two parts.

The first is still ready to go and jump into action as soon as the body senses any foreign invaders. It is known as the innate immune response, which involves releasing chemicals that cause inflammation, as well as white blood cells that can kill infected cells.

But, coronavirus is not specific to this system. It won't know and the coronavirus won't grant you immunity.

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