Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that currently include 39 species of various viruses that can affect not only humans, but also cats, birds, dogs, cattle, pigs and hares. The specific virus that now affects the population is called COVID-19. At the moment, it is known that it is transmitted by airdrop and from person to person.

The faster you start treatment, the better. Do not self-medicate, do not try to relieve symptoms at home: complications in the form of viral pneumonia are not treatable with antibiotics and require constant medical supervision.

Call a doctor. Give the patient a separate room in the house. If this is not possible, observe a distance of at least 1 meter from the patient. Minimize contact between patients and loved ones, especially children, the elderly, and people with chronic illnesses.

Our world has crossed a tragic milestone: the COVID-19 pandemic has already claimed two million lives. Behind this truly staggering number are names and faces: a smile that has become only a memory; an empty chair at the dinner table; a room in which the silence of a loved one is echoed.

Diagnose COVID-19 (coronavirus infection), only by conducting the necessary testing method.

If COVID-19 distribution is registered in your area, take simple precautions: stay at a safe distance from others, wear a mask, ventilate the premises well, avoid crowding places, wash your hands and cover your nose and mouth with an elbow bend or napkin when coughing or sneezing. Follow the recommendations for your locality and place of work. Do your best!