First Case of Coronavirus Found in India: There is a panic situation in China about Coronavirus. This virus, which started in China, is now spreading to other countries of the world. Coronavirus cases are seen in many countries including Sri Lanka, Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Tibet. The death toll in China has risen to 170 due to Coronavirus. While 7783 people have been confirmed to be infected with the coronavirus. At the same time, the first case of coronavirus has been confirmed in India. This case has come up in Kerala. Here, coronavirus infection has been seen in a student who returned from Wuhan to Kerala. The Indian government is preparing to bring the Indians present in Wuhan, China.
The Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry said on Thursday that a positive case of novel coronavirus has come out from Kerala. “A positive case of Coronavirus in Kerala – a student studying at Wuhan University, has been reported,” it said in a statement issued from the Ministry of Health.
The patient is kept in the isolation ward of the hospital. “The condition of the patient is stable and is being closely monitored,” the ministry said.
A Kerala report said that Health Minister K.K. Shailaja has called an emergency meeting of top health officials. An official said on condition of anonymity, “We were waiting for the result of six sample investigations and we got five results which were negative.”
There is no need to panic, take care of these things and protect yourself from infection –
The Union Health Ministry has issued measures to prevent Novel Coronavirus. According to the Ministry of Health, these measures can prove to be helpful in making the common citizens aware of this virus and preventing its spread. A senior Health Ministry official said, “All of you need to know this solution for the safety of yourself and your family.”
Symptoms of coronavirus:
While stating the symptoms of coronavirus, the Ministry has said that fever, cough, difficulty in breathing are common symptoms.
How to avoid coronavirus:
To protect themselves and others from this disease, the Ministry gave this advice to the experts-
1. The Indians returning from China should be especially cautious. According to experts, if you have recently traveled to China (within the last 14 days) or contacted an unregistered person, you are advised to stay indoors for 14 days after your return. Stay, sleep in a separate room.
2. The Ministry’s advice is to have less contact with other family members and avoid visiting visitors.
3. Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing.
4. While issuing a warning to all the common people, it has been said that you should avoid coming in close contact with someone with cold or flu-like symptoms. (Maintain a distance of at least 1 meter from any person).
5. Everyone in the house should keep hands clean and wash hands at all times, especially after sneezing or coughing.
6. It is also advisable that before and after preparing food, before eating, after toilet use, when hands are dirty, hands should be washed with soap.
7. After exposure to animal or animal waste, one should wash hands thoroughly with soap for at least 20 seconds.
8. The advisory issued by the Ministry of Health states, “If you have fever, cough or difficulty in breathing within 28 days of returning from China, please inform the doctor immediately without delay and also by the Ministry of Health Contact the helpline number issued. ”
9. The Ministry recommends to wear masks immediately and consult the nearest medical center. Do not worry, so far the only case of a novel coronavirus patient has been reported in Kerala. The patient is a student studying at Wuhan University, China.
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The outbreak of the novel coronavirus is spreading in China the most. Apart from China, many cases have also been reported from other countries at the international level including from Singapore Nepal Korea Thailand. Symptoms of the coronavirus disease range from common cold-cold to severe illnesses such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) -COV and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-COV).
For more information, contact the control room phone number + 91-11-2397 8046 of the Ministry of Health, Government of India.
During the investigation, the patient was found positive for the novel coronavirus and kept in a separate special room in the hospital. The patient’s condition is currently stable and is being closely monitored.