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Health & Fit Why You Could Be Spreading Coronavirus Three Times Longer Than Others

10:25  03 june  2020
10:25  03 june  2020 Source:   bestlifeonline.com

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Coronaviruses can travel only about six feet from the infected person. It’s unknown how long they The pathogen is considerably less dangerous than other coronaviruses , such as MERS, which The time it takes for symptoms to appear after a person is infected can be vital for prevention and control.

Experts believe coronavirus is mainly spread during close contact (about 6 feet) with a person who is currently Can you catch coronavirus more than once? Or does a person become immune or have long -term immunity There are other reasons why coronavirus can be more dangerous than the flu

By now, you can probably recognize the common coronavirus symptoms to watch out for, including loss of taste and smell, fever, cough, and shortness of breath, among others. But what you might not know is that these flu-like symptoms have a much darker side effect. According to new research, people who show symptoms spread coronavirus up to three times longer than asymptomatic individuals.

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Researchers out of the Department of Infectious Diseases at Zhongnan Hospital, in Wuhan, China, tested 78 infected patients. They found that asymptomatic people are contagious for only 3 to 12 days while those who show symptoms shed the coronavirus for 16 to 24 days. That means those with symptoms can spread the virus for three times longer than those who are asymptomatic.

VIRUS-TICKER-China reports 18 new infections

 VIRUS-TICKER-China reports 18 new infections Jun 13 (Reuters) - The coronavirus is spreading in some countries, at the same time other countries are relaxing restrictions on public life. Current developments follow. 03:24 - China reports eleven new Covid 19 diseases. Five of these are attributable to overseas immigrants, six to infections in Beijing, the health authorities said. In addition, there are seven new cases of infection without symptoms of illness.

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Rarely, animal coronaviruses can infect people and then spread between people. At this time , CDC has no data to suggest that this new coronavirus or other similar coronaviruses are spread by mosquitoes or ticks. You can learn more about who is at higher risk for severe illness from

And since the coronavirus is spread through respiratory droplets via the throat, nasal cavity, and upper respiratory tract, how much of those droplets you release into the environment makes a big difference. If you're asymptomatic—i.e. not sneezing or coughing—then you're not releasing as many droplets, and thusly potentially not spreading as much of the virus. However, patients who are sneezing and coughing expel many more respiratory droplets, which are then inhaled by anyone around them.

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So how long until someone with coronavirus is no longer contagious? Well, an earlier study, published in Nature Medicine, found that after symptom onset—when you start to show signs of sickness—the viral load steadily decreases until it's barely detected, around 21 days later. At that point, you're no longer infectious.

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Other things being equal, those over age 70 appear at three times the mortality risk as those age 60 to 69, and If we succeed in slowing the spread of coronavirus from torrent to trickle, then when does the So long as we were protecting the truly vulnerable, a sense of calm could be restored to society.

But it can happen. A number of studies of flu, rhinovirus, coronavirus and other microbes have This is a shift in federal guidance reflecting new concerns that the coronavirus is being spread by infected people How can I protect myself? The best thing you can do to avoid getting infected is to follow the same Containing the virus may buy health officials more time to stock hospitals with test kits and

To protect yourself and others from contracting coronavirus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends washing your hands regularly, social distancing, and wearing face masks. "Currently, those at greatest risk of infection are persons who have had prolonged, unprotected close contact with a patient with symptomatic, confirmed COVID-19," the CDC explains. And for more ways you could be putting yourself and your loved ones at risk, check out If Your Family Does This, You're 18 Times More Likely to Get Coronavirus.

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Gov. Cuomo: travelers from Europe 'brought the virus to New York' .
Cuomo said Trump's Europe travel ban — which initially excluded the UK and Ireland — triggered a rush of Americans who returned home with the virus."People came from Europe to New York and to New Jersey and to Connecticut and 3 million European travelers came [to the US in] January, February, March before we did the European travel ban and they brought the virus to New York," Cuomo said during a press conference Sunday.

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