Recent studies have shown that the COVID-19 can be passed through droplets from coughing or sneezing. It's quite unimaginable how fast the COVID-19 is spreading.
Besides that, while the symptoms of COVID-19 are clear, one of the biggest concerns is that you can have it and not know about it. That means you can go about your day and feeling fine as usual, but actually infect around two to three people in a week.
It's how fast and unnoticed the COVID-19 spreads that poses a challenge and this is why #StayAtHome is really our best bet against it.
#StayAtHome and spread the word.
Remember, it’s not just about us. It’s also about not spreading it to others who might not be able to fight it off easily.
Fact or Fake News? 🤔
In these delicate times, it's important that we all stay informed with accurate information. Here are some of the most popular misconceptions out there.
❌ Fake News
A vaccine to cure COVID-19 is available.
The new coronavirus was deliberately created or released by people.
COVID-19 is comparable to SARS or to the seasonal flu.
There is no vaccine for the new coronavirus right now. Scientists have already begun working on one, but developing a vaccine that is safe and effective in human beings will take many months. 3
Viruses can change over time. Occasionally, a disease outbreak happens when a virus that is common in an animal such as a pig, bat or bird undergoes changes and passes to humans. This is likely how the new coronavirus came to be. 4
While the viruses that cause both COVID-19 and seasonal influenza are transmitted from person-to-person and may cause similar symptoms, the two viruses are very different and do not behave in the same way. 5
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🏡 Don't panic, but stay alert and #StayAtHome
If you urgently need to go outside your home, remember to wear a mask. Wash your hands upon entering home again. It's the only way to reduce the risk of infection. Avoid social gatherings and/or meetings with large groups of people. It's hard to be in solitude when all you want to do is socialize and have a good time with people – but it's necessary. We all have a common responsibility, not just to ourselves but to each other as well.
👀 Practice physical distancing
We encourage you to distance yourself from each other physically but engage socially, just do it the right way. Through social media, we have learned to reach each other publicly as well as privately and have found ways to share all the good and all the bad with each other. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, internet- & media-based communication are key tools for ensuring a successful physical distancing strategy. The objective of this is to decrease and interrupt the spread of COVID-19.
💻 Stay connected
Staying connected to each other is more important than ever. There are a lot of ways to do so, now with many online meeting platforms available. Besides that, sharing critical information in a positive, respectful and compassionate way will also help the people around you. Let's stay united against COVID-19.