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What is COVID-19 and what are the symptoms of it?

Covid-19 or coronavirus is a group of viruses that affects mammals, birds, and humans. The virus spread through common symptoms; cold, cough and fever.

Most recently, the authority has identified the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China which has now reached more than 100 countries; thus, it has named coronavirus disease 2019 or Covid-19. We help you to find hassle-free Indian Visa Online.

However, in this article, we explain to you how it spreads, what are the symptoms and how it transmits to humans to humans.

Coronavirus was first found in 1937 in birds, which had the ability to destroy poultry. That time, the virus was reserved on birds and animals, but in 1960, Scientists found the evidence of HCoV (Human Coronaviruses) with common colds OC43 and 229E.

Coronavirus comes from the crown-like projections when got checked on the surfaces. ‘Corona’ in Latin means ‘crown’ or ‘halo’.

In humans, the coronavirus spreads during the winter months, because during this season, people easily get infected with cold and fever. This infection doesn’t last long, but its antibodies infect others.

Symptoms of coronavirus

The symptoms seem so common because it sets for 2-4 days after infection, it is very mild, but it transmits person-to-person, which turn into fatal.

1. Sneezing

2. Runny nose

3. Cough

4. Fatigue

5. Fever

6. Sore throat

7. Shortening in breath

How you can prevent these symptoms?

Doctors still have not easily cultivated with the human coronavirus in their laboratories, if it is compared with the rhinovirus; another cause of the cold. This problem makes the issue difficult to resolve and the impact of coronavirus on the world is visible. It is ruining the national economy and public health. That is why an Indian visa has suspended from 13th March 2020 till 15th April 2020.

Meanwhile, some of the tips are here to help you to cure the common problems if you are suffered with above-mentioned symptoms—

1. Greet with joint hands instead of shaking hands.

2. Avoid street food.

3. Drink enough water

4. Avoid smoking.

5. Cover your face with a mask.

6. Don’t touch your nose, mouth, and eyes after touching doors, public transport and any furniture at the office or home.

7. Wash your hands carefully before and after having a meal.

8. Use sensitizer

9. Take care of hygiene.

10. Try to avoid going to a crowded place.

Indian visa and the authority have restricted the e-visa facility for some time to get rid of the coronavirus. However, if you are planning to travel to India or any other country, then you are suggested to avoid travelling until the problem meets its solution.If you are an international traveller and curious to visit India, then you need a valid India e-visa to enter the country.



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