As of today, April 14, 2020, there are 1 776 867 confirmed cases of Covid-19 worldwide, 111 828 confirmed dead, and 213 countries, areas, or territories with cases. This pandemic is affecting more than millions of people already and killed thousands.
What is Covid-19
Coronavirus disease, also known as COVID-19, is a deadly infectious disease. People who are suffering from Covid-19 experience respiratory illness that requires special attention. Symptoms that patients may experience are headache, cough and cold, sore throat, fever, and body pain.
How to Treat Covid-19 Disease
All information from this post about Covid-19 came from Ray Solomon (Prince Edward King FB Post). He is a Nagueño, a native of Naga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines, now lives in Illinois, United States of America (USA). He is Covid-19 positive who treated himself alone, until 13 days when he regained his strength, he had a medical appointment and was given antibiotics for fast recovery, but before then, he survived the virus by doing the following on his own as advised by his brother who is also a nurse in the United Kingdom.
Drink water and energy drink such as Powerade and Gatorade (with electrolytes) to give you energy because Covid-19 will weaken you. Drink water at least every hour.
Take Tylenol or Biogesic medicine for fever. Always check the temperature.
Take Mucinex -DM or Robitussin for body ache, cough, and mucus.
Use Cough drops such as Halls or Cepacol for sore throat and cough.
The people need to protect themselves from infection by washing their hands using soap and alcohol-based liquid. Do not the face and cover the mouth with a tissue when coughing and sneezing. It will also help to stay home and drink healthy fluids such as ginger, lemon, and honey tea.
The covid-19 disease is spread through droplets of saliva and nose discharge from the person sneezing or coughing.
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