7 Crazy Coronavirus Questions And Answers To Know

Coronavirus frequently asked questions

Coronavirus Questions And Answers are constantly changing. In this health post, we attempt to answer some Coronavirus frequently asked questions.


Can you get coronavirus more than once?

The answer to this question a double-edged Yes and No. Research shows that those previously infected with COVID-19 may be immune and may not contract the virus a second time, but this is not fully science proven as more research is being done. This means it is possible to get coronavirus more than once.

Although some countries are getting lower cases, others are suffering spikes. Getting better is relative and country-specific. In the US it was reported that the demonstrations had led to a surge in coronavirus cases. The WHO is yet to give any update on whether it is getting worse. Health experts in the US believe the country is still in the first wave of the disease.

What are the symptoms of coronavirus?

The most common symptoms of the virus are fever, dry cough, and tiredness. However, those infected may also exhibit signs of aches and pains sore throat, diarrhea, conjunctivitis, and headache among others. 
Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath,  chest pain,  loss of speech, or movement are associated with serious coronavirus patients. 
Seek immediate medical attention if you have serious symptoms. Always call before visiting your doctor or health facility.
People with mild symptoms who are otherwise healthy should manage their symptoms at home.
On average it takes 5–6 days from when someone is infected with the virus for symptoms to show, however it can take up to 14 days.

Other Coronavirus frequently asked questions

How many people have died from coronavirus?

As at the time of this publication, 516K have died. This is the world figure. Again, 5.48M persons have recovered from COID-19

What percentage of people die from coronavirus?

According to worldometers.info  there are 279 deaths per 100,000 population, or 1 death every 358 people.

READ: Covid-19: Maharashtra record 5,493 as Mumbai’s count crosses 75k


How long after coronavirus are you contagious?

It has been indicated that the infection period is 1-3 days before one develops symptoms but the contagious period can last between 9 and 10 days. 

How long does it take to get results from a coronavirus test?

Results from a coronavirus test can take a day to be ready, however, the number of testing centers, facilities, and capacity can delay the results. In many countries, results take up to 7 days to be ready, creating more danger for the citizens. 

We hope these coronaviruses frequently asked questions have been answered for you however, find out more because the information is changing quickly. 

Which countries are the hardest hit by the coronavirus?

Throughout the world, countries are doing their best to manage and control case surges. The top ten most affected countries are

Out of the top ten countries, three (3) are located in South America, three (3) in Europe, Two (2) in North America and one in Asia. Africa and Australia although have cases are still low.

Africa was expected to have a huge number of infection but the continent has done better even in the face of limited resources, poor health systems and many slums. Country specific approaches have been the way in Africa with countries such as Ghana gradually easing coronavirus restrictions. However, the cases keep rising across the world and that of Africa seems to be increasing gradually.

Countries such as Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa continue to make significant strives toward the management of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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