This course on the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) focuses on the history, transmission, symptoms, possible treatment and potential prevention of the novel coronavirus. As part of the international response, Akanne has created this free online course on what people need to know about the novel coronavirus, its background, and how to best deal with the threat it poses to you, your family and community.
This course covers the followings: Background, Symptoms and Treatment, you will learn about the origins of the novel coronavirus and its symptoms. You will also learn about how the novel coronavirus infection can be transmitted to others and you will receive guidelines on how the outbreak is currently being treated. In addition, WHO recommendations for international travel.
This course will guide you and put you in perceptive so that you don’t have to be afraid unnecessarily. The course duration is minimal and can be finished within an hour. You may like to see this 12 pages ebook that explains natural way of treating malaria using neem leaf.
Symptoms of COVID-19 Symptoms vary from person-to-person with COVID-19. It may produce few or no symptoms. However, it can also lead to severe illness and may be fatal. Common symptoms include: fever breathlessness cough It may take 2–14 days for a person to notice symptoms after infection. No vaccine is currently available for COVID-19. However, scientists have now […]
What causes a coronavirus infection? Humans first get a coronavirus from contact with animals. Then, it can spread from human to human. Health officials do not know what animal caused COVID-19. The COVID-19 virus can be spread through contact with certain bodily fluids, such as droplets in a cough. It might also be caused by […]
[pl_row] [pl_col col=12] [pl_text] Recommendations for international trafic WHO continues to advise against the application of travel or trade restrictions to countries experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks. In general, evidence shows that restricting the movement of people and goods during public health emergencies is ineffective in most situations and may divert resources from other interventions. Furthermore, restrictions […]