There is now a lot of news about new coronary pneumonia, and sometimes it is difficult to tell the truth from the truth. Let’s take a look at a few common confusions.
New coronary pneumonia has little effect on young people. In fact, people of any age will be affected by new coronary pneumonia. Including magicians? Including the wizard Harry Potter. In fact, the data reported by the Centers for Disease Control shows that 40% of people with new coronary pneumonia are under 45 years old. And for every 5 people hospitalized for severe new coronary pneumonia, one is between the ages of 20 and 44. But the greater risk is that young people may spread the virus to those most susceptible, like people with other diseases and the elderly. So we need to stay at home, cut off the spread, and watch for mutual help.
New coronary pneumonia will not spread in very hot or cold weather. Current data shows that the new coronavirus will spread in any weather.
Home remedies can fight new coronary pneumonia. No matter what you’ve seen on social media, tea, mouthwash, essential oils, or other home remedies can’t be used against New Coronary Pneumonia. Cleaning products like bleach can’t be eaten or injected!
There is no currently a cure for new coronary pneumonia. Some people want to be treated with antibiotics. Antibiotics are very effective against bacteria, But they are useless against viruses, including the new coronavirus. Using antibiotics to deal with viruses is like cleaning your house with pickles, useless. You may also have heard of hydroxychloroquine, rituximab and other drugs used to treat new coronary pneumonia. Some drugs may bring some effects, but it is basically impossible to find a curable drug in a short time. What we need is more scientific research. Especially those that can clearly prove what is safe and effective against new coronary pneumonia.
Unfortunately, because of the news story, the demand for hydroxychloroquine has increased, and those who need it to treat other diseases do not get enough drugs. So what can we do? We need to arm ourselves with information from credible sources, such as the World Health Organization, the CDC, and the health authorities in your area. Let’s spread accurate information together…not infected!