Coronavirus: Should we be worried?


One of my followers wrote this about Coronavirus, and I felt worth sharing with you directly via my blog.

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Levine Lowdown

The coronavirus has grown at an alarming rate, leaving medical professionals scrambling to control the outbreak. Should we all be concerned, or can we continue living our lives normally?

Currently, the main issue with the coronavirus is that there are so many unknowns. There is no clear evidence on how you can become infected, how quickly someone can pass on the virus and who is most susceptible to the illness. These unknowns and fears are utilised by the media and compound the concerns of society.

The symptoms of coronavirus also justify concern. Those who have fallen ill are reported to suffer coughs, fever and breathing difficulties, often similar to a common cold. However, the virus can cause pneumonia, and the only cure at the moment is the immune system of the person infected. This is why many of those who have died are known to have been already in poor…

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8 thoughts on “Coronavirus: Should we be worried?

  1. Could be a cause for concern with China’s concealing of the SARS outbreak when that was last around. They’ve earned a reputation for coverups that affect the national image.

    Wouldn’t surprise me if it was a higher figure 😂

    Stumbled across this blog and it’s very informative and up to date; keep doing what you’re doing!👍🏽

  2. If you’re counting the flu vaccine to protect you – you’re whistling Dixi. Vaccines only provide passive immunity and you need to get one every year if you have gone that route. The flu vaccine is like a crutch that once used one must continue to maintain. You can see the lucrative objectives in that. How do I know that? My husband is a scientist and I’m a nurse.
    Leslie

      1. We also did the same.
        The precautions are great, however, the unknown situation of how to combat the virus made us move our family out of Asia, until things settle down.

      2. I would suggest some very basic things like wash you hands frequently. Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth without washing your hands. A little exposure to a virus builds natural immunity. Live a healthy lifestyle. Remember that the milkmaids built resistance to smallpox by being exposed to cowpox. That’s how they got the idea of vaccination.
        Leslie

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