COVID19

COVID19 PANDEMIC BY CORONA VIRUS

  1. What is a Virus?
  2. What is a Corona Virus (CV)?
  3. When and where did it first appear?
  4. What does CV look like?
  5. How do we get infected?
  6. What harm does it do?
  7. How do our airways/air-pipes (inside the 2 lungs) look like?
  8. How do we protect ourselves and others against CV (Covid19) infection?
  9. How do we know if we are infected?
  10. What should we do if we think we might be infected? URGENT…
  11. How does the virus proceed in our body?
  12. Why do we keep a distance away from a Healthy Person?
  13. Will the newly infected body fight back?

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  1. WHAT IS A VIRUS? 

It is a creature so small in size no one can see it UNLESS
it is first spread on a glass slide, dyed with colors on the  slide, then magnified many thousand times – by a special strong microscope called Electron Microscope – only then, would it be seen, few millimetres in diameter!.

2. WHAT IS A CORONA VIRUS (CV)?

It is a virus that in some parts of the body, looks like a crown under the microscope. It looks rounded and thin, with many small  rounded parts that look like feet. The feet help the virus to stick to our flesh, suck nutrition and release toxins (poisons) into our blood stream.

 3. WHEN and WHERE DID IT FIRST APPEAR?

Towards end of Dec 2019 Wuhan Municipal Health Commission, China, reported a group of cases of lung inflammation (pneumonia) in Wuhan.

1st of Jan 2020 The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Emergency;

10th of Jan 2020 WHO issued technical advice to all countries on how to detect, test, and manage potential cases – based on their knowledge at that time.

13th of Jan 2020 one case of COVID19 was confirmed in THAILAND.

20th Jan 2020 WHO Director-General and Emergency Committee declared COVID19 outbreak a Public Health Emergency worldwide (pandemic).

For a detailed WHO (World Health Organisation) report: –

https://www.who.int/news-room/detail/27-04-2020-who-timeline—covid-19#:~:text=Officials%20confirm%20a%20case%20of,case%20outside%20of%20China.

11th March 2020 Covid19 was declared a Pandemic (Endemic spread in every country in the world).

4. What does CV look like

With that many feet it can stick to the mucous membrane and suck nutritious

5. HOW DO WE GET INFECTED

1- Getting too close to an infected person; 
2- Touching a surface of an object that had been recently contaminated with the Virus (COV), followed by touching one’s mouth, nose or eyes with polluted fingers.
       Infected people can easily pass different amounts of the virus onto a number of people close to them.
When a close infected person simply breathes out but more so if they speak or cough, and worst if they sneeze at someone, they spread the virus in the air and If they work or live with other people, in one room, then the chances of infecting them is high.

6. WHAT HARM DOES IT DO?

  • They produce toxins (poisons) that cause damage to cells of vital organs like the heart, liver, kidney, pancreas;
  • Worse, they block the air passages – strangulation > suffocation

7. HOW DO OUR AIRWAYS/AIR PIPES (inside the 2 lungs) LOOK LIKE?

If you put your thumb and index finger on Adam’s Apple, you can feel a hard pipe going down from the throat into the chest. It is made of cartilage which is solid enough to stay open all the way, all the time, to allow air going in and out during breathing.

The main air pipe branches out into 2 smaller pipes, one goes into each lung, and each branch will re-branch – this branching and re-branching continues as air pipes spread down into each lung.

The ultimate air pipe is extremely thin and can be seen in a cut section only under an electron microscope. Each final capillary pipe ends inside a lung cell where our blood sucks in the oxygen O2 from air and releases Carbon Dioxide CO2 into the air. So extremely tiny, yet still open for air in and out!

8. HOW DO WE PROTECT OURSELVES (AND OTHERS) AGAINST CV INFECTION?

Cover routes of virus entry and exit and keep the social distance 1 to 1.5 meters (or more) from any person, infected or not.

9. How do we know if we are infected?

The only way to know is if you feel rundown or have unusual headache or in any way getting a new health problem, you need to be tested for Corona Virus and if you are in Australia, call health-line 0800 611 116.

10. What should we do if we think, we might be infected with CV?

You need to be tested for Corona Virus and if you are in Australia, call health-line 0800 611 116.

11. How does the virus proceed in our body?

If the virus gets through EYES, the eyes gets irritated and produce tears. Some of the tears go down into the nose through the duct between the eye and nose. From their, the virus moves further down to the throat. After that it moves > the big air-pipe in the neck > the smaller air-pipes in the lungs. During their trip down the respiratory air-pipes, COVs stick to the fleshy linings of the air passages and feed by sucking our plasma riches, grow and divide quickly 1 >2 > 4 >8>16 >32 and so on. In other words after 10 divisions, every single virus creates 1000 plus – i.e. before long there will be enough numbers to block the air passages of the patient, leading to Suffocation.

12. WHY DO WE KEEP A DISTANCE AWAY FROM A HEALTHY PERSON?

Because some patients get a small dose of virus and do not show any symptoms up to 2 weeks from the start of the infection and can still be infective. So, we assume everyone is Guilty of being infected until proven otherwise.

 13. WILL THE NEWLY INFECTED BODY FIGHT BACK?
Natural body defense causes the patient to sneeze to expel the unwanted particles when they reach the nose and to cough if they reach the throat in a trial to get the foreign bodies out.
On a few occasions, this may be enough to rid the body of the virus. Much of the time, however, this is not enough to get rid of all the received viruses. Whatever remains of the viruses stick to our flesh and feed on our body fluids – and GROW in size quickly then DIVIDE quickly, each 1 Virus becomes 2 viruses. 2 will grow and divide into 4 then the 4 will divide into 8 and so on. After 20 divisions each one virus becomes over one billion.

THE PROBLEM here is an infected person can stay up to
2 weeks not even knowing that they are infected. This infected is still
asymptomatic i.e. has no symptoms of the infection.

[Symptom means a patient’s complaint like sore throat, coughing, pain in the chest, or difficulty in breathing… etc;
Sign means a doctor’s finding like high Temp, stressed noisy breathing, rapid or irregular pulse or heartbeat or low iron in a blood test, opacities in X-Ray …etc.]

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