IF YOU START TO FEEL ANY SIGNS OF SHORTNESS OF BREATH IMMEDIATELY CONTACT YOUR DOCTOR OR LOCAL HEALTHCARE NUMBER
There are currently no direct cures, vaccines, or treatments for the COVID-19 disease. Physicians all around the world are working diligently and tirelessly to establish treatments and find a cure by conducting clinical trials on those who are infected. This is the fastest that any clinical trial has been performed on people when it comes to combating a virus. Most clinical trials take years to get approved for human testing. This virus is growing exponentially, so there is no time to waste on finding treatments and a cure.
While there are no treatments for the disease directly, you can attempt to alleviate the symptoms in order to combat the virus comfortably. First you need to make sure you have sought medical advice from your primary care physician or any other medical professional you may have seen. Your treating physician may prescribe something or provide at-home advice to alleviate your symptoms.
Since there is a lot that is unknown about the virus and what can treat the disease and it’s symptoms, you have the option to safely explore natural alleviants or herbal remedies (in addition to any professional medical advice you received.) Just keep in mind that these other alleviants may or may not treat your symptoms at all.
COVID-19 has become a rapidly grown and infectious disease that is infecting people all over the globe. While most people are either asymptomatic for the virus or experience mild symptoms, there are still people who endure excruciating and sometimes life-threatening symptoms. YOU MUST NOT USE DISINFECTANTS, that you use to clean your house (like bleach or chlorine), on/in your body: they will kill you!
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Some groups are more vulnerable in severe situations which might lead to death, however, people of ALL ages, with or without pre-existing conditions can catch the virus. People over 50 years of age are highly prone to risks.
The COVID-19 virus can easily spread from sneezing, coughing and bacteria transferred by touch. The most effective way to prevent this process is through social distancing.