Coronavirus Worldwide Graph.

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USA

2,779,953
Confirmed
130,798
Deaths
1,164,680
Recovered

Turkey

201,098
Confirmed
5,150
Deaths
175,422
Recovered

Netherlands

50,273
Confirmed
6,113
Deaths
Recovered

Spain

296,739
Confirmed
28,363
Deaths
Recovered

UK

313,483
Confirmed
43,906
Deaths
Recovered

Belgium

61,509
Confirmed
9,754
Deaths
17,021
Recovered

Italy

240,760
Confirmed
34,788
Deaths
190,717
Recovered

France

165,719
Confirmed
29,861
Deaths
76,539
Recovered

Iran

230,211
Confirmed
10,958
Deaths
191,487
Recovered

Germany

196,324
Confirmed
9,061
Deaths
179,800
Recovered

China

83,537
Confirmed
4,634
Deaths
78,487
Recovered

Switzerland

31,851
Confirmed
1,965
Deaths
29,200
Recovered

What is the symptoms of Coronavirus?

fever, diarrhea, hives..

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Should you avoid shaking hands because of the new coronavirus?

Yes. Respiratory viruses can be contracted by shaking hands with someone and then touching their eyes, nose or mouth. Greet with a wave of the hand or head, or bow.

How do you greet someone to avoid catching the new coronavirus?

The safest way to greet each other to prevent COVID-19 is to avoid physical contact. You can wave with your hand or head, or bow.

Does wearing rubber gloves in public places prevent infection with the new coronavirus?

No. Washing your hands regularly protects against COVID-19 better than wearing rubber gloves. The virus can be on the gloves and there is a risk of contamination if you touch your face with the gloves.

Essential protective measures against the new coronavirus :

Wash your hands frequently
Wash your hands frequently with a hydroalcoholic solution or with soap and water

Why? Washing your hands with a hydroalcoholic solution or soap and water will kill the virus if it is on your hands.

Avoid close contact
Maintain a distance of at least 1 meter from other people, especially if they cough, sneeze or have a fever.

Why? When a person infected with a respiratory virus, such as COVID-19, coughs or sneezes, they spray small droplets containing the virus. If you are too close, you can inhale the virus.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
Why? The hands are in contact with many surfaces that may be contaminated with the virus. If you touch your eyes, nose or mouth, you may be in contact with the virus on these surfaces.

Respect the rules of respiratory hygiene

Cover your mouth and nose with the crease of your elbow or with a handkerchief in case of coughing or sneezing – throw the handkerchief immediately after in a closed trash can and wash your hands with a hydroalcoholic solution or with water and soap.

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