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5 things to know about novel coronavirus today

5 things to know about novel coronavirus today

The novel coronavirus continues to spread across the globe. In this new daily update, we’ve assembled some of the latest headlines and resources to help you arm with the best information. Here are 5 things you need to know about novel coronavirus today.

1. COVID-19’s spread could continue into next year – but there’s reason to hope

A Centers for Disease Control (CDC) official yesterday said many people could likely contract the virus, but many cases won’t likely be severe. As the official explained, 80% of the thousands of cases in China so far, have been mild. Additionally, many efforts have been taken to slow the spread of the virus. So “This is a time for people to prepare.” said by Nancy Messonnier, director of CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases

2. New cases have been reported – but so have recoveries

Except China infection case, untill 17 March, there are 98933 total infection cases of coronavirus but there are also 10666 people around the world (except China) who have recovered from the novel coronavirus. Now China only still 9088 active comfirmed cases.

3. It’s hard to stop touching our faces – and this graphic shows why

Academics in New South Wales, Australia, trained a camera on students during a lecture, discovered their hands found their way unconsciously to their faces an average of 23 times an hour. So wear mask not only can prevent saliva splash or touch other saliva, but slao reduce the number of times to touch our face.

4. History alone won’t help us fight the novel coronavirus

Past epidemics can’t be our only guide for this disease, says one recent piece from the Lancet. Contemporary diseases emerge in new and different ways and experts need to be aware that just looking for how this epidemic is similar to past outbreaks could create blindspots. The measure of China is a good example for other countires learn and imitate.

5. There’s a right way – and a wrong way – to kill the virus.

Wash your hand frequently can prevent the virus efficiently, regularly wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand rub with at least 60% alcohol. Because they can kill viruses that may be on your hands.

75% alcohol can kill the novel coronavirus efficiently, you can spray them on your clothes and your stuff when come back home, but we don’t suggest spray all over your body. Or wipe touched objects surfaces using a chlorine household cleaning frequen.

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