Coronavirus is a deadly disease that is commonly known as covid-19 and gained recognition due to the large numbers of outbreaks in almost all regions in the entire world. The Coronavirus is known to be frequently transmitted from Animals to Humans. The Coronavirus is versatile, and the most common of them all is in the form of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), which is highly contagious; easily transmitted from an infected person to another person in a close range.


The Virus reacts to Humans differently due to the aspect of our different levels of the immune system. For instance, a person who suffers from the disease that has not been suffering from other conditions is likely to experience mild or regular respiratory illness and is also able to recover without essential health treatment. On the other hand, the Virus reacts more crucial to those class of people who already suffers from a medical illness such as Cancer, Diabetes and the likes of different kinds of diseases; this tends to boost the damages of the respiratory disease.




Many questions need answers concerning the Virus outbreak and the viruses before the covid-19. And how to maintain proper safety;

How Do Viruses Get Their Names? 

The basis of naming a virus is on the aspect of its genetic characteristic of the Virus, which leads to researchers conducting tests aiming to develop a vaccine. In other words, germs are named by a Virologist who is under the international body called the “international Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses” (ICTV).

Is Covid-19 A Virus Or Bacteria?

The symptoms of both the bacteria and a virus tend to be similar which may be in the form of Fever, Cough, Headaches, Fatigue, Diarrhea, etc.; when an individual observing these symptoms but is infected with a bacteria and uses a medicine, the treatment tends to flush out the bacteria. The medication that cures the bacteria infection is called antibiotics, unlike the Virus, which may lead to complications that sometimes might end up in death. The treatment of a virus is called the Vaccine, and for the Coronavirus, it has no developed vaccine yet.

How Can I Protect Myself From Covid-19?

The Virus that is tagged contagious means that it is easily transmitted; an infected person can quickly transfer the disease in close range with the absence of protective gear such as face mask and sanitizers. The constant use of protective equipment, a balanced diet, and proper hygiene, which includes fumigation and the avoidance of infected persons, improve the chances of being protected against Covid-19.

Does Covid-19 Virus Have A Vaccine?

When a new virus outbreaks, it takes up to 12months at least to come up with a developed vaccine, so there is no known vaccine for the Covid-19 Virus. On the other hand, it is advisable not to self medicate, especially using antibiotics or any different kind of medicine. The only effective way to curtail the Virus is to maintain proper hygiene, avoid touching the eyes or the nose, consistent cleaning of the hands, consistent fumigation, coughing into a bent elbow (preferably a tissue), maintaining distance (at least 1-meter space).

How To Protect The Home Against The Covid-19 Virus?

It is common for the home to sustain mild specks of dirt, which makes the home more prone to pest infestation. Research has proven animals (especially pests) to be the significant origin to the Covid-19 Virus, so proper hygiene and consistent fumigation to exterminate pests is the only way to keep the home free from being prone to the Virus. The protective gear (especially sanitizers and soaps) present in the house for easy use. Based on the WHO recommendations, it’s advisable to use a high standard fumigating service, such as FUMIGATION WAREHOUSE, that offers standard extermination services at zero risks to human health. The availability of this boosts the effectiveness of self-isolation.

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