The corona virus, also known as SARS-CoV, was responsible for the fatal SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) outbreak in Asia in 2003. The virus quickly migrated across the border, originating from secondary cases that have triggered and global panic with the onset of the disease, degenerating into a global epidemic. SARS is a deadly and contagious airborne disease. Death can be as quick as 24 hours in those infected.
Heads of government have planned to hold meetings and the Chinese government (from where the epidemic is believed to have started) has taken very aggressive measures to contain and contain the disease, including the closure of industries, offices and schools, and quarantined her for 30 days. Citizens. The effort paid off and on May 18, 2004, the epidemic was declared successfully contained.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that all suspected and probable cases of SARS be isolated immediately to stem the spread, as this reduces contact with other people.
However, for caregivers of sick patients with flu-like symptoms when SARS is suspected, certain preventive measures should be taken for home care so that the whole family living in the same house is not infected.
The patient is in the family room of the family of the family. Domestic and personal hygiene should be enhanced by cleaning activities such as washing pipes, washing clothes and wiping the floor to keep the environment clean. If possible, install a good air purifier that can destroy and minimize the amount of airborne corona virus that can infect other family members.