CoronaWatch Launches New Coronavirus Informational Website

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CoronaWatch Launches New Coronavirus Informational Website

May 26
13:29 2020
The launch of a new website makes it easier to follow fast-moving developments in the facts and theories surrounding the devastating global pandemic.

CoronaWatch and Richard Kimball are pleased to announce the launch of an informational Coronavirus website. In the course of just three months or slightly longer, the virus has taken down businesses, overwhelmed medical facilities, and negatively impacted the economic systems of a majority of the world’s nations. As news comes through from a variety of sources, the website will share facts and figures. The language used is designed to be simple and easy to understand for a range of readers.

The most common symptoms of the disease include fever, cough, shortness of breath, and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases, the infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, and even death. The period within which the symptoms would appear is 2-14 days. Some victims of the disease have claimed that they noticed an inability to taste or smell in the days before the other symptoms appear. Elderly adults are at higher risk of contracting the disease and to experience more severe symptoms. Another risk group is those with severe chronic medical conditions, including diabetes, lung disease, and heart disease.

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There is no specific treatment for disease caused by a novel coronavirus, and currently, hospitals and other health facilities are experiencing a severe shortage of respiratory equipment and supplies. The long incubation period means that patients may be interacting with many other people before a full diagnosis is made. However, many of the symptoms can be treated and, therefore, treatment based on the patient’s clinical condition.

If there is contact with others who are suspected of having contracted the disease, it is important to be tested, particularly if symptoms appear. Self-quarantine is also essential to avoid further spread of the disease to at-risk populations. As other emergency measures are made around the world, the new website will keep readers up to date.

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