Significantly Reduced Its Coronavirus -19 :
The US has not significantly reduced its Coronavirus -19 death toll to only 6% of the total daily number of infected children. The US CDC has confirmed at least 20 new infections of the highly contagious and dangerous strain of the virus. At least three of the cases involve children under the age of five and one involves a pregnant woman. Of the seven children with confirmed infections, at least one child is believed to be the child of a health care worker or school nurse.
Outbreak Began In An Unvaccinated Babies:
The New York Times reports that the Coronavirus Outbreak began in an unvaccinated baby in Indiana. She is now in the intensive care unit at the Children’s Hospital. The mother has had pre-existing conditions including diabetes, high blood pressure, and kidney failure. The hospital reported that she had been given four vaccines before her son was born and no other vaccines during his first few months of life. She is receiving medical treatment for all of the above.
An important aspect of the new CDC report is that only a small percentage of cases of the Coronavirus are asymptomatic, meaning they have no symptoms. The CDC says that most cases of the virus can be treated with anti-inflammatory drugs, but these drugs may not provide enough protection against the deadly strain.
Anti-Inflammatory Drugs :
If you are concerned about any family member or friend who is showing any unusual or unexplained fever or vomiting symptoms, contact the local health department for further investigation. A blood test is typically done to confirm whether the symptoms are indeed caused by the virus or a minor medical condition such as an upset stomach or food poisoning.
Children In Areas With Higher Poverty Rates:
While it is unclear what role the virus may play in causing these illnesses, there is some evidence that suggests that children in areas with higher poverty rates have higher rates of illnesses caused by this strain of virus. Children living in lower income households also show a higher level of infections.
Strain Of Virus:
In addition, there are much speculation and fear among public health officials that this strain of the virus could affect the transmission of the disease between humans. Since this strain of virus is transmitted by coughing or sneezing, it is possible that the infection can spread from person to person through coughing or sneezing.
How The Virus Spreads:
Public health officials are trying to find out how the virus spreads and how to stop it. If this occurs, it is likely that the virus will return to a greater number of people.
Medical Treatment :
One of the ways that health officials are trying to combat this threat is by educating the public about the threat of this type of virus. They are encouraging people to practice safe hygiene, and if they know that their loved ones are infected, they are encouraged to seek medical treatment immediately.
People Are More Susceptible:
Although public health officials do not know how the virus spreads, they believe that some people are more susceptible to this type of disease than others. For example, children, the elderly, and those with compromised immune systems are all more likely to catch the illness than someone who is younger and healthier.
Lives In Or Around Dallas Is Aware Of The Symptoms:
To reduce the risk of getting the illness, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that anyone who lives in or around Dallas is aware of the symptoms associated with the illness and their importance in determining whether a person might be at risk. These symptoms include: fever, cough, runny nose or eyes, and extreme fatigue, especially during the early morning hours.
Medical Treatment Right Away To Avoid Spreading:
Anyone with any of these symptoms should seek medical treatment right away to avoid spreading the virus to their family members. Even though the CDC doesn’t fully understand how the virus spreads, they do believe that it is likely that family members can pass the disease to one another.