It is true that we wait for the holy month of Ramadan to get together with family and friends, but this year is completely different because of the pandemic of MERS virus that has plagued the world now, so treat Ramadan the usual became unwelcome, unfortunately, several reasons we have together, even to protect your family.
How a virus spreads Corona?
Corona virus is spread through droplets of saliva spray from an HIV-infected person through sneezing or coughing, and with the proximity of that person, be the probability of transmission of the virus significantly and thus HIV infection.
Recently showed some new research that the virus can stay in the air for about 3 hours, but moving through the talk between two people one of whom will be carriers of the virus, which explains why transmission of the virus from people who are not showing symptoms, so this is the alarming increase in the number of infections with the disease, but scientists until now can’t tell if it’s the fine particles that passed through the development affects a greater number than those transmitted by sneezing!
These factors increase the risk of spread of MERS-CoV:
- Convergence and close contact with people with a distance of 6 feet.
- Drops of saliva or droplets resulting from cough or sneezes of an infected person.
- Dealing with people carrying the virus do not show symptoms.
Read more detail: is MERS-CoV transmitted through the air?
Treat Ramadan and the trade of
In the holy month of Ramadan will be family gatherings, from basic weather during the month, but with the current conditions of the spread of MERS-CoV, the trade will be the source of great danger to the spread of the virus.
According to the World Health Organization and health care professional around the world, the virus can be transmitted from one person does not show symptoms! And therefore can be susceptible to transmission of the virus to you and your family without showing the danger to other people, especially with the emergence of some potential evidence that the virus can remain in the air! After that it was the belief that it is transmitted only sneeze or cough.
How to protect yourself and your family from the risk of the virus Corona?
According to the direction and guidance ongoing about how to protect yourself from MERS-CoV, there are some basic tips that you must follow, and depend mostly on the avoid mixing, which is not commensurate with the value of World Trade in Ramadan, so you must abide by the instructions which are as follows:
- Maintain a distance of not less than 6 feet between you and others.
- The new directive to wear masks (medical masks) or cap of clean cloth, with the left sleeve of custom medical workers in health care.
- Stay home as much as possible and to follow the instructions of the Ministry of Health in the country.
Keep the basics of personal hygiene that protect you from the virus, to avoid the arrival of the virus to the respiratory system, and you can learn how to prevent the virus in detail through how to protect yourself from MERS-CoV while shopping in Ramadan?
What should you do in case of appearance of symptoms of the corona virus on it?
In case of doubt, appearance of symptoms of the virus, you should first communion with the entities identified by the Ministry of Health in the country, especially in the case of providing a hot line to deal with the competent authorities, and even follow the necessary procedures before going to the hospital not to transfer the infection to others, and you must do the following steps:
- Avoid socialize and get out of the House not to transfer the infection.
- Avoid the use of public transport, in order to avoid transmitting the virus contacts.
- If possible, isolate yourself in a room reserved for you at home, and try to have you your own tools or your own bathroom.
Important information: these are the benefits of fasting, but not for these.
In the end, banding together, and our safety and the safety of the family in these circumstances should be a priority, until the crisis is over and life can return to normal.