The most comprehensive book about COVID-19 is now available. It contains 150 pages created from more than 400 hours of research. (Updated on March 14, 2020) The coronavirus outbreak has been a topic of frequent contention since it began in December of 2019. The virus, also referred to as the novel coronavirus and COVID-19, is not the first coronavirus we have seen; the virus that caused severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) was also a type of coronavirus, as was Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). Learn everything you need to know about the virus that originated in Wuhan, China including an introduction to virology, the risk factors, how you can protect yourself, the truth behind some of the most prevalent rumors, a detailed timeline for the outbreak, what medical studies and experts have told us, and much more. This book is suitable for any individuals, educators, business owners, families, healthcare professionals, and anyone else who needs to develop a better understanding of how to protect the general public from COVID-19. Chapter List: An introduction to virology Outbreak terminology Chapter 1: Understanding the Coronavirus Source of the coronavirus Risk factors Coronavirus symptoms Methods of transmission Preventing infection Supply list The coronavirus and pets How to proceed if you suspect an infection Chapter 2: Myths and Misunderstandings Fact checking common rumors Suspicions of under-reporting Public health emergency Use of drone technology Chapter 3: Wuhan China Wuhan before the outbreak A brief history Wuhan noodles Wuhan punk Chapter 4: The Coronavirus Timeline December 2019 January 2020 February 2020 March 2020 Facing the future The Wuhan Coronavirus (AKA COVID-19, 2019-nCoV) has sickened more people than SARS, and MERS combined and has already killed 3,800+ people. China, Italy, South Korea, Iran, France, and Germany have more than 1,500 cases each. In the United States, there are 655+ cases and 23 deaths across 33 states. Click the "Buy Now" button to receive your book instantly and prepare yourself!
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Panic over the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China is becoming more widespread and people are frantically getting prepared for the possibility of a deadly pandemic that could span the globe.Things like N95 masks and other PPE are pretty much sold out in stores across the nation and also on Amazon. People who never even dreamed of prepping before are urgently trying to make decisions on how to best protect their families with very limited information.Cat Ellis, best-selling author of Prepper's Natural Medicine and Prepping for a Pandemic, has provided a primer for anyone who is concerned about the newly named Covid-19 outbreak. She explains the current research in simple terms in this imminently readable guide. Then she outlines actionable steps for you to take now to prepare for possibilities like a widespread pandemic, quarantines, and shortages...and how to protect your family if this becomes a worst-case scenario.
Updated Guide to 2019-nCov The emergence of the new coronavirus 2019-nCov in China, capable of causing severe pneumonia and even death, has begun to spread throughout the world, causing great global concern, this comes 20 years after the eradication of SARS and MERS. There has been lots of information, rumors, truth, and panic about the coronavirus (CoVid-19) which originated in Wuhan in the Hubei Province of China. In this book, you'll learn everything you need to know about the virus, including; myths, facts, FAQs, preventive measures, symptoms, quarantine, treatment and diagnosis, and lots more to keep you and your loved ones from the claws of the virus. Here's a summary of what you'll learn in this book: What is coronavirus? Relationship between Coronavirus and SARS / MERS? The Origin of the Coronavirus 2019-nCov Types of Coronavirus How COVID-19 Spreads? Protective measures for people in Coronavirus Hit Area and Visitors Is there a vaccine, medication, or treatment for COVID-19? How to put on, wear, take off and discard a mask How long is the incubation period of COVID-19? What are the symptoms Diagnosis of Coronavirus What is a quarantine? Tips for Tourists and Travelers Myths, truths and facts about the coronavirus Learn everything you need to know about the coronavirus today. Scroll up and click the "Buy Now" button to begin!
Panic over the 2019-nCoV virus that originated in Wuhan, a city in the Chinese province of Hubei with 11 million inhabitants. With the virus spreading to more than 70 countries, people around the world are getting ready to prepare for this pandemic that has already left over 3,000 death. The WHO declared the outbreak a public health emergency of international concern, and items such as facemasks and hand sanitizers are selling out like hotcakes. In this safety handbook, Dr. Daniel C. Paul M.D., an expert in pandemic prevention, explains what the virus is, how to protect yourself and your family from it, the progress on finding a cure and how to prepare for potential lockdowns, quarantines, and (food) shortages.
The latest outbreak of Coronavirus in China has brought the virus to media attention again. Wuhan, China, remains the epicenter of this outbreak. Before we continue and discuss the virus and its recent outbreak in depth, it is important to create a general understanding of the reader about this particular strain of Coronavirus, and what it entails. Coronaviruses are the umbrella term for a large family of viruses that can cause respiratory infections. While the symptoms range from mild to moderate, the majority of people will be infected with a strain of coronavirus at some point in their lifetimes, but in more severe cases, the virus is known to be some of the causes behind illnesses such as pneumonia and bronchitis, a lower-respiratory tract infection. Coronaviruses are common among many animals worldwide, but out of this veritable pool of virus strains, only a few of them are infectious to humans. The frequency of cross animal-human transmission is relatively low, but because some viruses have the ability to change and evolve over time, the changes might just give them the edge they need to latch onto the human host and begin replication. Sound familiar? That's because the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV) and the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) also arose out of these similarly mutated coronaviruses. For the latest CoVID-19 strain of Coronavirus, Wuhan in China has been the source.Increasing the knowledge of the general public about the hows and the whats of the virus is important for mass protection. The aim of this book is to introduce a layman-friendly approach to combating the virus and how to anticipate the potential next steps as the virus continues to spread. The introductory chapter will introduce several concepts, many of which will be familiar to you and while others may be the first time you've heard of them. We will be discussing the new CoVID-19 coronavirus of 2020 and also how scientific analysis will be relevant to the health of the general public. Finally, we'll cover the preventative measures you as an individual can do to keep yourself and your family safe.
An account of the deadly influenza epidemic of 1918, which took the lives of millions of people around the world, examines its causes, its impact on early twentieth-century society, and the lasting implications of the crisis.
The book will guide you through the research process offering further reading where more complex decisions need to be made and giving 'real world' examples from a wide range of disciplines and anecdotes that clarify issues for readers.
Imagine a food garden that you only have to plant once in your life-time, that takes up very little space, that will provide food for you and your family for the next 30 years; that can grow five times more food per square foot than traditional or commercial gardening; and where you never have to weed, never have to use fertilizers and never have to use pesticide-- ever. All diguised as overgrown underbrush, so nobody knows you have food growing there! This book will show you how to do it in one growing season!
There are map, word, and date ciphers on the dollar bill that you need to know about. The information revealed has monumental prophetic implications in regards to several end times events. One of the date ciphers is 9/23/2017--the date of the Revelation 12 sign of the woman clothed with the sun. This most important celestial sign recorded in the Bible whose date is encoded on the dollar bill is crucial to understand of which, among other things will be explained in this short expose.
The 2014 Ebola epidemic demonstrated the power of pandemics and their ability not only to destroy lives locally but also to capture the imagination and terrify the world. Christian W. McMillen provides a concise yet comprehensive account of pandemics throughout human history, illustrating how pandemic disease has shaped history and, at the same time, social behavior has influenced pandemic disease. Extremely interesting from a medical standpoint, the study of pandemics also provides unexpected, broader insights into culture and politics. This Very Short Introduction describes history's major pandemics - plague, tuberculosis, malaria, smallpox, cholera, influenza, and HIV/AIDS - highlighting how each disease's biological characteristics affected its pandemic development. McMillen discusses state responses to pandemics, such as quarantine, isolation, travel restrictions, and other forms of social control, and pays special attention to the rise of public health and the explosion of medical research in the wake of pandemics, especially as the germ theory of disease emerged in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Today, medicine is able to control all of these diseases, yet some of them are still devastating in much of the developing world. By assessing the relationship between poverty and disease and the geography of epidemics, McMillen offers an outspoken and thought-provoking point of view on the necessity for global governments to learn from past experiences and proactively cooperate to prevent any future epidemic.