What is FlattenTheCurve?

In fact, a worldwide campaign is being carried out through #FlattenTheCurve in social media to reduce the number of patients growing in hospitals through social distance. It can be consulted on the benefits of social distances through social media as well as to deal with the coronavirus.

WHO's Appeal:

It may be recalled that in March 11-2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) cautioned about the dangers of COVID-19 in an announcement. The appeal said that there has been a sharp increase in the cases of COVID-19 outside China in the recent past. The World Health Organization's director-general, Dr. Tadros Adrenom Ghabaryasus, declared COVID-19 as a pandemic, a worldwide epidemic.

It is possible to prevent the rapid spread of the world from the patients at the moment. The symptoms identified at present about COVID-19 reported fever 88%, cough (dry) 88%, fatigue 38%, cough (including mucus) 33%, lack of breath 19%, persistent pain 15%, sore throat 14%, headache14%, chills 11%, nausea 5%, nasal obstruction 5% and 5% of diarrhoea. has gone. According to China data, the number of cases is not going to worry about life. 80 percent is a mild disease. While 20% of the cases are serious and alarming.

Threat to this age group:

In terms of age, 0.01% of 0.9 years, 0.02% in 10-19 years, 0.09% in 20-29 years, 0.18% in 30-39 years, 0.40% of 40-49 years have been reported. There have been 1.3% cases of 50-59 years, 4.6% of 60-69 years, 9.8% of 70-79 years, 18.0% of 80-year crossings. The data is clear that the virus is affecting older people than children and youth. The report says that people suffering from traditional diseases have more than 19 crises.


This virus thrives rapidly as the flu, i.e., infectious colds. Through phlegm and sneezing, it reaches each other. Not only that, by touching places where viruses are likely, the person can be caught in the influence of COVID-19. Applying the hand or limb to the face or eyes after coming into touch can also affect the person.

Social Distancing:

Senior health reporter, Julia Belluz's report, talks about avoiding the epidemic through social distance. According to which the infected person is separated from public places and conducts regular tests in the hospital, the crisis may be reduced. Because this is the social responsibility of every human being. The process will also avoid creating a queue crisis in hospitals.

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