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The Nobel Coronavirus 2019-nCOV Out Break.

Last updated on September 2, 2020

The Nobel Coronavirus 2019-nCOV Out Break left the word most in fearful. The Nobel China Corona-virus outbreak continually rises above the number of cases to the year 2020. As the virus carries on from Wuhan, China is growing the cases, it is alerting the world which leads them to feel the most fear in recent years. This virus invades the Wuhan, China where the Wuhan seafood market that also sold live animals in another word the raw different animals. According to the China Health Post, the virus is Zoonotic- meaning transmitted from animal to human. Most researchers and scientists believe that the life cycle of the corona-virus from the bet to snake and then to humans. On the other hand, the outbreak has nothing with animals. Remember, the novel coronavirus 2019-nCOV incident should not blame anyone or any nation. It doesn’t matter what race, color, nationalities you are, you can get the virus if you don’t prevent yourself and follow the CDC-Guidelines. A line chart showing historical daily data of the country selected.

The Nobel Coronavirus 2019-nCOV Out Break., The Sings of Coronavirus infection includes Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath, and Gastrointestinal problems. The serious cases lead to Pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, Kidney failure, and lead to death. transmission of the disease and virus can be transmitted from humans to humans and other things to humans. The following slide translated into Burmese for Non-English Speakers. CDC and WHO also provided in many other languages, you can find out from their sources. Please read and watch the following Slide.

COVID19 Transmission in Burmese
COVID19 Transmission in Burmese
Basic COVID19 education-PowerPoint Slides in Burmese

Recent red effect countries- China is the main, japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, United States, Australia, Europe, and France. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Since the last post, the recent update of the exposure and cases of world data on June 21, 2020, the following number and increase in most countries. The United States and Brazil are among the largest COVID19 cases. More Report COVID19 cases data also available at Johns Hopkins University & Medicine, CDC, WHO, etc. Live Update every 10 minutes.

More 2000 cases report in Wuhan, China alone and at least 80-90 cases confirmed deads. The Dead trolling reminded the 2012 Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) which spread to 27 countries and more than 2150 cases, and at least 800 deaths. Now the prediction of the COVID19 case would expose more than 2 million human beings around the world. The death tolls would triple in more than 7 times according to scientists estimates. The disease prediction is very contiguous and will spread quickly from person to person if the social distancing unmaintained. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. based also provides what the mild symptoms COVID19 like as seasonal flu. Such mild symptoms- fever, cough, breathing issue, and gastro problem, etc. The following slide translated into Burmese for Non-English Speakers. CDC and WHO also provided in many other languages, you can find out from their sources.

The Nobel Coronavirus 2019-nCOV Out Break.
For Burmese Speaker – COVID19 Symptoms

The (MERS), the worst cases reported in Southern China in 2002, spread to 30 countries, at least 8000 cases, and more than 800 deaths- Reported by CDC, WHO, AL Jazeera, etc. The following presentation was collected and composed the summary of the Corona-virus transmits and prevention education to people who are English as a second language. Educated each other on how to prevent this disease is the most important in the community you live in. The following slide translated into Burmese for Non-English Speakers. CDC and WHO also provided in many other languages, you can find out from their sources. Please read and watch the following Slide.

In Burmese
For Burmese Speaker – COVID19 Symptoms
Prevent the covid-19 together in Karen language

Prevent the Covid-19 together in the Karen language. As part of my Enviro-Occupational Health and Safety Science Program. I like to contribute;
We need to stay home to help the Government, CDC, WHO, and Healthcare workers to do their jobs to stop the COVID-19. We can help by Stay home, avoid public crowding, and isolation at home. Healthcare workers are working hard to prevent the disease spreading- We need to do out part too.
Antivirus-
Clean your home
Clean your hands
Stay home
Eat Healthy meals
Get enough Sleep

For Burmese Speaker - COVID19 Prevetion Tips
For Burmese Speaker – COVID19 Prevetion Tips
Wes Studi Offers COVID-19 Guidance to Tribal Communities 30sec PSA, CDC
Please Share the INFO- In Burmese
Please Share the INFO- In Burmese
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For more information and current outbreak, data, prevention, tips, and guidelines, please read more

WHO: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
John Hopkins University & Medicine: https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

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