Stop Dreaming about nature always gives you. What today’s scenario says is all about the destruction of human kind. A great threat to our lives comes around us. The whole world gets together for this war – THE WAR AGAINST CORONAVIRUS DISEASE COVID-19.
Many people around the world are suffering from Coronavirus disease aka “COVID 19”, the name given by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The virus is named as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). This outbreak takes place from our one of the neighboring country CHINA in 2019. Coronavirus is a family of viruses that results in illness to the whole body. For most people, the immediate risk of becoming seriously ill from the virus that causes COVID-19 is thought to be low.
There are minor or lower symptoms of COVID-19. It may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure and can include – Fever, Cough, and Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Sore throat. These symptoms are basically can be seen in any disease but this time we all need to prepare for this devil. The severity of COVID-19 symptoms can range from very mild to severe. Some people have no symptoms.
People who are older or have existing chronic medical conditions, such as heart or lung disease or diabetes, may be at higher risk of serious illness. This is similar to what is seen with other respiratory illnesses, such as influenza.
COVID – 19 has spread in such a way that the researchers do not erect any elucidation of this. But a research explained that It’s unclear exactly how contagious the new coronavirus is. It appears to spread from person to person among those in close contact. It may be spread by respiratory droplets released when someone with the virus coughs or sneezes. It may also be spread if a person touches a surface with the virus on it and then touches his or her mouth, nose or eyes.
Some ground rules are given by the researchers to bring down preventions from COVID- 19 is:-
HERE ARE 9 REQUESTS PM MODI HAS MADE TO INDIA IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CORONAVIRUS:
1. Every Indian should remain alert and aware. Don’t step out unless absolutely necessary.
“I appeal to you that for the next few weeks, step out of your homes only if absolutely necessary. As far as possible, try and do all your work, whether related to business or job, from home,” PM Modi said.
2. Those between 60-65 years old should stay inside their homes.
PM Modi asked the senior citizens, the group most vulnerable to coronavirus to stay inside their homes. “Senior citizens, those above 60-65 years of age, should not leave their homes over the next few weeks,” Modi said.
3. Follow Janta curfew from 7 am to 9 pm on March 22.
PM Modi called for ‘Janta curfew’ on March 22 from 7 am-9 pm, saying no citizen, barring those in essential services, should get out of their house, and asserted that it will be a litmus test to show how much India is ready to take on the challenge of the coronavirus pandemic. This experience will serve the nation well, he added.
“This Sunday, that is on 22 March, all citizens must follow this curfew from 7 am until 9 pm. During this curfew, we shall neither leave our homes, nor get onto the streets and refrain from roaming about in our societies or areas. Only those associated with emergency and essential services may leave their homes,” he said.
4. Thank service providers by clapping for five minutes at 5 pm on March 22.
Lauding the hard work of medical professionals, sanitation staff, airline crews, delivery persons and media personnel among others, Modi asked people to express gratitude to them by giving them a five-minute standing ovation at 5 pm on Sunday by clapping hands, beating plates or ringing out bells.
5. Avoid going to hospitals for routine check-ups. Postpone elective surgeries.
Asking citizens to not unduly burden the country’s healthcare system, PM Modi said, “I request the countrymen to avoid visiting hospitals for routine check-ups. If you have an appointment for any non-essential surgery, please postpone for one month. We should keep in mind that pressure should not come to hospitals.”
6. Ask Finance Minister to take all necessary action under Economic Response Task Force.
“Keeping in mind the economic challenges arising out of the Corona epidemic, the government led by the Finance Minister has a decided to constitute a Covid-19-Economic Response Task Force. The task force will remain in regular touch with all stakeholders, take their feedback and make decisions accordingly,” PM Modi said.
7. Appeal business, high-income groups to not cut salaries of their employees.
PM Modi also urged economically well-to-do people to be considerate towards their employees and domestic help. “Please take care of their health and do not deduct their salaries for this duration as they also need money to keep their families safe and buy medicines,” the PM said.
8. Citizens should not indulge in hoarding, panic buying.
Amid incidents of people resorting to hoarding food items in panic, Modi said “panic-buying” must be avoided and essential things, including medicines, should not be hoarded, adding his government is working to ensure their supply.
9. Don’t believe rumours or unverified news.
The prime minister began his address by highlighting the scale of coronavirus’ impact and noted that there is a view that India has averted the crisis and all is well.
“This mindset is not correct. Complacency in respect of a global pandemic like coronavirus is not appropriate. It is essential that each and every Indian remains alert and cautious,” he said and asked a few weeks from the countrymen.
“It is essential to keep two key factors in mind in order to combat this pandemic: resolve and restraint.
Our country makes such an endeavour to fight with coronavirus from government to every citizen by all the mode of conveying.
From our prime minister who announced “JANTA CURFEW” on 22nd march 2020 from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. To bow down all the doctors right there to help the unhealthy people. And, PM urges people not to panic, and not to hoard groceries.
The officials also prohibited all the international flights and other means of travel. They also assigned a proper mechanism to examine the passengers. And command the sudden layoff of all the Schools, Colleges and Institutions.
On other side of the page, People is doing something very initiative by initiating a movement called “maintain social distancing” which describes the distance between different groups in society, such as social class, race/ethnicity, gender or sexuality.
Our government also provide a central helpline number for the public +91-11-23978046
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