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Special report Coronavirus COVID-19 / 2020 - WHO Pandemic Alert

In connection with emerging new coronavirus aka COVID-19 or SARS-CoV-2 that has been  detected in Wuhan, China on 31 December 2019. A pneumonia of unknown cause now is growing rapidly and the risk of a global pandemic.

We have prepared a special report on our websites to monitor the situation in various parts of the world on an ongoing basis in real time.

On our pages you will find information about current illnesses in various cities around the world and about the burden on hospitals. Infectious wards receiving patients with symptoms of lung diseases and suspected of having a new virus.

On our pages you will find out:

  • The number of cases in each city in Europe, USA and Australia
  • How to avoid infection with a new virus
  • What are the symptoms of coronavirus?
  • How many people got sick in London?
  • How long is coronavirus treated?
  •  How to protect yourself against getting a new version of the COVID-19 virus
  • Where can I find help and a hospital in London

How to prevent pulmonary infection of viral origin, e.g. from SARS coronaviruses.?

First of all you need to know that such viruses like SARS are  not present in all animals and not even in the wild or in people. They can only spread through direct contact with infected animals such as pigs, sheep, dogs, cows or even chickens or wild animals.

This means that the virus cannot infect humans via contact with animals; it is only found in people. However, even when infected animals are kept with others, they cannot contract SARS because they do not have the ability to transmit the virus to other animals. Therefore it is not surprising that when humans are involved in wild and potentially infectious situations they are not at the most risk because the virus has no possibility to cause infection in them.

It is therefore highly advisable to use only sterile equipment, including latex gloves and protective clothing (like an all-weather suit). Also, if possible, disinfect any exposed surfaces such as clothing and shoes after exposure. You also need to check any clothing before you go out so that you do not put dirty clothes in your mouth while enjoying a meal; that is, if you go out in public. Even if no one comes to your assistance, it is still advisable to keep clean clothes at hand at all times.

So, there you have it; here are some tips that will help you protect yourself and your family from SARS in Australia.

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