There are many people living with covid-19 but showing no symptoms of coronavirus today, these people are knowing as asymptomatic people. An asymptomatic is people who get tested for coronavirus and found positive, but don’t have any symptoms of the virus. The Central for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has estimates that 25 per-cent of Americans and the United kingdom have coronavirus which may not show or develop no symptoms at all.
Can asymptomatic people spread the coronavirus disease?
Asymptomatic people can still be able to spread the covid-19 virus on to others. But because the people with coronavirus show no symptoms, it will make the stopping of coronavirus symptoms spread even more and challenging to control without taking the vaccination. It is very disconcerting to hear that there are essentially walking dead out there, people are walking with the virus and not knowing that they are contagious still with no sign of symptoms.
Slow the spreading of coronavirus
How to slow the spreading by everyone follow the Covid-19 Gov. guidelines even if you show no symptoms asymptomatic, or pre-symptomatic people they have the covid-19 but not develop the symptoms yet, their virus levels within the body actually get very high and they can be contagious as well, so it up to everyone to help low the spreading of coronavirus.
There is an entire population of people that can spread the virus, so when a person says, “I feel fine,” and they go on a vocation to the beach in Jamaica or travel any part in the world, they could spread the coronavirus to other people, who can then carry back the coronavirus to other countries, when they return to their home. That is what more worrying.
How to help?
There have uniform rules across every country to follow and if don’t comply you could be charged, well for start you can help by:
- Staying at home
- Avoid large group
- Wash hand frequently
- Reduce traveling about
- Stay 2 meter apart from each other
- Wear face mask covering
The other thing to talk about is face masks protection, you know when you cover with a face mask, it’s protecting you from somebody else who doesn’t wear a face mask. It’s so that the droplets from the mouth don’t get out when you stand in front of a person when breathing fog, coughing, or sneezing. The purpose of you wearing a face mask is to block the droplets. Which many people get the wrong idea of wearing a face mask.
The whole practice of wearing a face mask when you go outdoor, it’s to protect others and yourself, which is now mandatory in the very country, which the Gov. recommended and I think it’s fantastic. I think it’s a good idea as long as you’re not wearing the N. 95 face mask, which will seem like you’re taking the face mask away from the medical workers who need them.
Working from home coronavirus
Covid Update January 2021
The Westminster Government now announced a new national lockdown for England, with all other countries of the UK in a similar situation.
All businesses and workers must follow the government guidelines. Our operational sites and working practices are Covid-secure and we will continue to issue guidance and reminders as we move into this new lockdown period.
For those who can work from home, you must now do so in line with the Government announcements made on January 5, 2021. So, unless you are a key worker, directly involved in front-line office operations you must not come into the workplace.
Your line manager will be able to confirm if you should now work from home but this will largely apply to the same roles as in the first lockdown. If you are working from home but feel you have an essential reason to come into work, this needs to be agreed upon in advance and arrangements will have to be made via the Health and Safety team. If you believe you have an essential reason to attend work please speak to your line manager in the first instance.
At this time we expect these latest restrictions to remain in place until at least mid-February, and as we have throughout 2020, we will continue to follow the advice and guidance issued by the Government and keep you fully updated.
We will also issue reminders on best practices for those working from home. Please lookout
for further updates that will follow this week from all health matter.
Who is getting sick?
One of the factors in watching this crisis unfold is just who is getting sick with coronavirus. and why a 7-week-old baby in Connecticut died, and of course many people in their seventies, eighties, and nineties are mostly infected.
Why is this coronavirus symptom seem to touch so many people in so many different ways and ages? Watching the BBC news, there was two mid-age couple who was in the hospital, both had the coronavirus and several days later the wife was on a ventilator and the husband who was in much worse condition than his wife. She did get better before the husband. It is stated that more than 25 percent of people have no serious coronavirus which shows no symptoms.
Everybody’s worried they’re going to be in that 25 per-cent, and if doctors knew who have coronavirus with no symptoms in the 25 percent, they can also get treated with medicines, and maybe we could figure out why. We’ll have a clue how to stop this horrible disease.
For information and updates on and coronavirus, symptoms visit the NHS website.