What is the difference between coronavirus vs flu and how can we identify it? We’ll talk about it today, which will help you grow and increase your knowledge.
What is coronavirus COVID-19?
Coronavirus originated with china and was reported in December, coronavirus is also known as COVID-19, the virus enters the human body through its mouth to the eyes and through the nose.it has spread around the world very quickly.
There are more egotistical people who heart disease lung disease, which is more dangerous in this disease, there is no cure or vaccine for coronavirus COVID-19.
Symptoms of coronavirus
- Fever and /or chills
- Cough (usually dry)
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Tiredness (sometimes)
- Aches and pains (sometimes)
- Headaches (sometimes)
- Sore throat (sometimes)
Runny nose and sinus congestion, are very uncommon in coronavirus
SYMPTOM CHART: CORONAVIRUS VS FLU VS COLD
What is the flu?
Flu is called influenza, influenza is an infection that affects your nose, liver, and throat, but it is not a flu-like virus that causes vomiting. Most tuberculosis influenza cures itself the flu is different from cold; it comes on suddenly. Most people who get the flu recover for two days or two weeks, but sometimes it develops like typical pneumonia, which can lead to death.
Cold vs Flu
Cold symptoms show up gradually in the body such as itchy eyes, stuffy nose, aches, sneezing, sore throat, chest discomfort. Flu symptoms appear abruptly in the body such as fever, fatigue, aches, chills, chest discomfort, headache.
How to protect yourself from the coronavirus
- Wash hands regularly with soap, water or alcohol-based hand rub, sanitizer if no soap for at least 20 seconds.
- Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with tissue, sleeve or flexed elbow.
- Avoid touching eyes, nose & mouth.
- Wear a surgical/procedure mask. The mask should not be touche or cover gets wet or dirty; it must be changed immediately don’t reuse.
- Discard the mask after use doesn’t reuse.
- Who has a cold or flu avoid close contact?
- Avoid close contact with pets.
- Use disposable gloves do not reuse.
- Wash hands regularly for at least 20 seconds after coughing and sneezing And caring with the seek.
- Before during and after you prepared food.
- Before eating and after toilet use.
- If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, see a doctor.
- Avoid public transportation
- Avoid travel
- inform the crew and seek medical If you become sick while travelling
- Avoid spitting in public.
- Practice respiratory hygiene.