Covid-19: How to take care of babies from virus

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One of the most important tools in this century is technology, which advances every day to give us a much more comfortable model of life and thus avoiding unnecessary experiences for our development as part of this world.

As part of, it is necessary that you take into account these recommendations that we make about this new virus that is attacking the entire world, but with great care and taking into account the precautions, we are very certain that this pandemic can be overcome, you have more than one person with great fear. We leave you the most frequently asked questions to take into account what to do to avoid contact with the virus.

What is coronavirus (COVID-19)?

 In late 2019, a new type of virus began to make people with flu-like symptoms sick. The disease is called coronavirus-19 or COVID-19, for short. The first cases were diagnosed in people who had visited a market in China (Wuham) that sold live seafood and animals. The virus spreads easily and has now affected people in many countries. No one knows for sure how it spread and who is the zero patient in order to know its origin.

What are the signs and symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Coronavirus (COVID-19) causes fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. The symptoms are quite similar to those of the cold or flu. Infection with this virus can be more serious in some people, such as older adults and people who have heart, diabetes, and respiratory conditions that could cause health complications that could lead to death.

How is coronavirus (COVID-19) spread?

Experts are investigating how COVID-19 is transmitted. In general, the coronavirus can be spread through liquid droplets that spread through the air when a person coughs or sneezes. The virus can spread within communities from one person to another, and through contact with surfaces that have germs, since the virus, when weighed, can only travel a meter and a half but can stay on contaminated surfaces for several days, increasing the contagion effect. It is important to indicate that the medium in which you can enter is through mucus (mouth, nose and eyes).

Is the coronavirus (COVID-19) dangerous for children?

 Experts are still researching and learning things about the coronavirus (COVID-19). So we don’t have much information about it yet. There are far fewer cases of the virus in children. Most of them contracted the infection from someone they lived with or from a family member. The infection caused by this virus seems to be milder in children than in adults or older people. Call your doctor if your child or someone in your family has symptoms like fever, cough, or other flu-like symptoms. Tell your doctor if you have been around someone with COVID-19 or if you have lived in or traveled to an area where many people have the coronavirus. Make sure your children have all of their immunizations. Protect them against diseases like measles and the flu. This helps keep them out of the doctor’s office or hospital, where they could be near other germs, including the coronavirus. Also, children who have another infection may have a harder time getting better if they get the coronavirus. It’s not too late to get a flu shot!

How is coronavirus (COVID-19) treated?

Most people who become infected with the coronavirus (COVID-19), including children, do not have serious problems. Most get better with rest and drinking fluids. But it is important to keep children with COVID-19 away from other people who may have more trouble with the virus. People who are very ill receive care in a hospital for respiratory help, intravenous fluids, and other treatments.

How can I protect myself from the coronavirus (COVID-19)?

 The best way to protect yourself and your family is to do the following:  • Keep your family at home and away from others as much as possible.  • Avoid sick people. COVID-19 can be contagious before a person has any symptoms. Therefore, avoid large gatherings and crowded places until the outbreak is under control. • Try to stay a minimum of 6 feet (2 meters) away from other people. • Wash your hands well and often. Wash for at least 20 seconds with soap and water or use antiseptic hand gel with at least 60% alcohol. Teach your children to do the same.  • Try not to touch your eyes, nose, and mouth. • Use a household cleaner to clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that people touch a lot.  Follow the recommendations of local health authorities, especially if there are people with coronavirus in your area. Antibiotics do not work to treat viral (virus) infections, that is, they do not work to treat coronavirus infections (COVID-19). The medicines used to treat the flu also do not work to treat coronavirus infections because they are different viruses. Experts from around the world are studying and closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking the necessary steps to prevent infections from spreading this virus. This means identifying people who have contracted the virus and who have come into contact with them.

Where can I learn more about the coronavirus (COVID-19)? 

 See the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for up-to-date and reliable information on the new coronavirus (COVID-19).

As specialized center, we are at your disposal and for your questions and concerns, we are very aware that this problem can be controlled and that it depends on everyone to eradicate this pandemic that has more than one person with health problems Worldwide.