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Is there Coronavirus in Turkey?

Is there Coronavirus in Turkey?

Coronavirus alarm continues all over the world. So, is Coronavirus arrived in Turkey? Everyone has the same question: "Has the treatment of coronavirus been found and what are the ways to protect it?" Here are the latest developments about Coronavirus. The whole world is following the last-minute developments about Coronavirus.
As recently announced by the Minister of Health in Turkey has announced Fahrettin Koca did not encounter cases of coronavirus. Here is the explanation of Minister Fahrettin:
I would like to remind you that no coronavirus cases were encountered in our country. With the cooperation of our relevant ministries, the guidance of our Scientific Committee and our experienced healthcare professionals, we make maximum efforts to protect our country from this disease. Coronavirus tangent to our country safely.

"Vaccine has been found!" news came from China and the USA about the virus. However, both statements reported that the trial process of the vaccine is continuing. So there is no cure for the virus yet.

The number of people who died in the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) epidemic in China increased to 2,717.

According to the written statement made by the National Health Commission, 52 people died in China in the last 24 hours, 406 new Kovid-19 cases were detected.

The number of people suspected of being caught in Kovid-19 in China has decreased to 2 thousand 491, and the number of those under observation has decreased to 79 thousand 108.

However, the total number of deaths reached 2 thousand 717, 2 of them from the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and the total number of cases detected reached 78 thousand 64. The number of people who were discharged from Kovid-19 improved and reached 29 thousand 745.

What is Corona Virus?

Since the Coronavirus, which first appeared in the 1960s, appeared in the city of Wuhan, Hubei province of China, the disease was a very curious subject for people. Coronavirus, which can cause lung disease and causes diseases such as severe acute respiratory failure syndrome if left untreated.

How Is It Transmitted?

The new Coronavirus, like other Coronaviruses, is thought to be transmitted by respiratory secretions. Respiratory secretion droplets transmitted from cough, sneezing, laughing, virus that spreads to the environment during the speech, contact the mucous membranes of healthy people and cause them to get sick. Close contact (closer than 1 meter) is necessary for the disease to be transmitted from person to person in this way.
What are the symptoms and how are they diagnosed?
Some of the symptoms of upper respiratory diseases are runny nose, cough, sore throat and fever. In addition to these symptoms, COVID-19 must have come from countries where the disease has been seen in the past 14 days (far east countries such as China, Korea, etc.) or have a history of close contact with a patient. These viruses can sometimes cause lower respiratory diseases such as pneumonia. This is more common in heart-lung patients, people with compromised immune systems, or the elderly. Laboratory tests are generally not used very often, as their clinical symptoms are mild for the diagnosis of the virus. However, if the physician deems it necessary, laboratory tests using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and the genetic fingerprint of the virus can be used.

General Symptoms of the Disease

1. Fever
2. Cough
3. Shortness of breath
4. Diarrhea (Less)
5. Nausea and vomiting

How Is It Treated?

Due to most people with Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) have a mild course, patients can recover without medication. However, in order to reduce some symptoms and relieve the patient, the patient is recommended plenty of fluid support and rest with painkillers and antipyretics, cough medicines. Inpatient treatments may be required for those with severe additional diseases and conditions.

Take These Measures To Protect From Coronavirus
Standard recommendations to prevent the spread of infection include regular handwash, closing the mouth and nose during coughing and sneezing, and eat meat and eggs hard-burnt. Avoid close contact with people who show signs of respiratory illness, such as coughing and sneezing. There is currently no vaccine developed officially against COVID-19 infection.

To prevent all respiratory diseases, including coronavirus, the following measures are recommended to be applied regularly:
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds. Make small children wash their hands in the same way.
  • If water and soap cannot be found, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • When coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with tissue paper, then throw it away.
  • Do not touch your mouth, nose, and eyes with dirty hands.
  • Avoid personal contact with patients who have symptoms or have been diagnosed with Coronavirus, such as eating with the same plate, sharing the same glass or kissing.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces, such as door handles and toys.
  • The World Health Organization provides the following recommendations for anyone traveling to risky areas;
  • Comply with general hygiene rules when visiting farms, markets, stables and other places where animals are found,
  • Wash their hands regularly before and after contact with animals,
  • Avoiding contact with sick animals,
  • They should not consume raw or uncooked animal products warns about.