KARACHI: Dr Jamal Raza, director of the National Institute of Child Health, says that the risk of spreading the Corona virus in children is very low, only to take precautions and get them off school in case of sneezing.
According to details, the coronavirus kept spreading fear in the world, Chief National Institute of Health, Dr. Jamaal Raza, in his statement regarding the Karuna virus said that Karuna is not a killer virus.
Dr. Jamaal Raza said that 80-year-olds were already suffering from various problems, whereas the mortality rate of 25-40 year-olds was 0.2%.
He said that the risk of spreading the Corona virus in children is very low, caution against infectious fever in children, under normal circumstances if the child has diarrhea, fever and cough, do not send to school, but there is no problem in sending healthy children to school.
The director of the National Institute of Child Health said that the mask does not need to be disturbed, not every person needs a mask, the mask is needed only for the patient and the mask should be worn.
Dr Jamaal Raza said that to avoid being corona, wash your hands several times and take precautions.
Remember that the World Health Organization says that the virus infection rate is only two percent, eighteen percent recurrently, the majority of people who die from corona virus are affected by asthma, asthma and more than sixty years old. ۔
According to Chinese research, men are more likely to be infected with the virus than women, while children are the least affected by the virus.
Be aware that the virus is a Droplet infection, that is, if the infected person coughs or sneezes and the particles or droplets coming out of his mouth can infect you.
Medical experts say there is no cure for the Corona virus, but it can be avoided with caution.