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" We don't stop the virus with panic but with intelligence.
Here is some new information from a Shenzhen researcher who has moved to Wuhan to collaborate strongly against the coronavirus epidemic.
The following information is clear, simple and accessible to all, describing exactly what the virus is, how it is spread from person to person, and how it is possible to neutralize it in everyday life.
L infection does not look like the usual cold, with a flowing nose or a cough with Cathars and spitting, but on the contrary with a dry cough. This is the first signal to identify well.
Important to know: the virus does not resist heat and it dies if exposed to temperatures of 26°. It is therefore very important to consume during the day all possible hot drinks such as tea, herbal tea , broth, soups, or just hot water. Hot liquid neutralize the virus and it is not difficult to absorb them.
Important: Don't drink ice water or suck ice or snow for those in the mountains, especially children.
For those who can, it is important to expose yourself to the sun as much as possible in accordance with your current weather conditions.
Number 1. The coronavirus is quite large, it has a diameter of about 400 to 500 nm. This means any type of mask can stop it. In normal life, therefore, it is not necessary to have special masks.
The situation is different if you are a doctor or health staff and you need to be exposed to severe viruses and in this case it is essential to use special masks.
If someone who has already been affected sneezing in front of you, and it is 3 m away, it will bring the virus down to the ground and thus prevent it from getting to you. This is why a safety distance is important between people.
Number 2. When the virus is on metal areas, it survives for about 12 hours! So it's extremely important when you touch metal surfaces like door handles, doors, home appliances, support handles on tram, etc. wash your hands well and disinfect carefully.
Number 3: The virus can live hidden in clothes and fabrics for about 6 to 12 h. Normal washing products can destroy it. For clothes that can't be washed every day, if you can expose them to the sun or to a source of great heat which will kill the virus.
How does the virus manifest:
1. The virus first starts in the throat, causing inflammation and a dry throat feeling: this symptoms can last 3 to 4 days.
2. The virus travels using humidity that is present in the lungs, it goes down to the trachea and sets into the lungs causing severe pneumonia. This passage needs about 5 to 6 days.
3. Acute Pneumonia manifests itself with high fever and breathing difficulties and it absolutely does not look like an ordinary cold. You might even get the feeling of drowning because of the breathing difficulty. In this case, it is essential to call an emergency care service immediately.
How to avoid the virus:
1. The transmission of the virus comes in most cases by direct contact, touching tissues or materials on which the virus is present: washing your hands frequently is absolutely fundamental.
The virus survival on your hands for about 10 minutes, but during these 10 minutes a lot can happen: rubbing your eyes or scratching your nose for example and allowing the virus to enter your throat!
So, for your well-being and for other people's well-being, wash your hands as often as possible and wash them!
2. You can make of with a disinfecting solution that removes or reduces the quota of the virus that could possibly be entered into your throat. By doing this you will release the virus before it gets into the trachea and then into your lungs.
3. Disinfect your computer keyboard and mouse, not to mention your mobile phone and fixed phone.
We must all have great attention and take care of ourselves for our well-being and for that of others. "
Source: Association for the fight against thrombosis and cardio-vascular diseases. Milan.