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All you need to know about Coronavirus

Coronavirus is a potentially fatal type of virus associated with the common cold, pneumonia, and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SAR). It can infect your nose, sinuses, or upper throat. They can spread much like cold viruses.

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Medically Coronavirus is any of a group of RNA viruses that cause a variety of diseases in humans and other animals. In humans, the viruses cause respiratory infections – including the common cold – which are typically mild. Rarer forms such as SARS, MERS and the novel coronavirus causing the 2019–20 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak can be lethal. There are no vaccines or antiviral drugs that are approved for prevention or treatment.

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  • fever –  high temperature
  • fatigue – Feeling tired
  • sore throat
  • dry cough
  • shortness of breath –  difficulty breathing

These symptoms are similar to other respiratory diseases, including flu and the common cold. So if you have symptoms consider the following:

  • Have you travelled in the last two weeks to a high risk area?
  • Have you been in contact with someone who has?

How quickly do symptoms emerge?

Symptoms are thought to appear between two and 10 days after contracting the virus.

There is also some evidence, as yet unconfirmed, that the virus can be spread by asymptomatic people – that is people who carry the virus but are not yet very sick.

If this is correct it may make the virus considerably more difficult to control.

When should I seek medical help?

If you have travelled to Wuhan or Hubei Province in China (or another significantly affected area)  in the last two weeks, or have been in close contact with someone who has and feel unwell, call NHS 111 for advice now.

Public Health England defines close contact as being within two meters of someone for 15 minutes or more or sharing a room for a prolonged period.

Do NOT go straight to a doctor’s surgery or hospital as, if you have the virus, you risk spreading it to others.

The NHS is asking anyone returning from Wuhan or Hubei Province to “self-quarantine” themselves for two weeks, that is stay away from work and other busy places and take care interacting with others.

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How is the new coronavirus spread and how can I protect myself?

Hand hygiene is the first and most important line of defence.

Like cold and flu bugs, the new virus is spread via droplets when a person coughs or sneezes.  The droplets land on surfaces and are picked up on the hands of others and spread further. People catch the virus when they touch their infected hands to their mouth, nose or eyes.

It follows that the single most important thing you can do to protect yourself is to keep your hands clean by washing them frequently with soap and water or a hand sanitising gel.

Also try to avoid touching your mouth, nose or eyes with unwashed hands – something we all do unconsciously on average about 15 times an hour.

Other tips include:

  • Carry a hand sanitiser with you to make frequent cleaning of hands easy
  • Always wash your hands before you eat
  • Be especially careful in busy airports and other public transport systems about touching things and then touching your face
  • Carry disposable tissues with you, cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze and dispose of the tissue carefully (catch it, bin it, kill it)
  • Do not share snacks from packets or bowls that others are dipping their fingers into
  • Avoid shaking hands or cheek kissing if you suspect viruses are circulating
  • Regularly clean, not just your hands, but commonly used surfaces and devices you touch or handle

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Making space in your home

Space – some of us have it and some of us don’t, but whether you live in a five-story mansion or a compact studio flat, you’ll want to make the most of every square inch you have. Luckily there are few tips that could get you making the best space from your home – whatever its size.

 

  • With a little creative thinking, any look can be created, despite the architectural restrictions, for example a lower ceiling immediately makes a large room feel cosier or a dropped lighting raft adds elegance and a desire mood to a room.
  • Having simple furniture that you can see through, such as the fine wishbone chairs, minimises fuss and helps make the room look bigger.
  • To make a space look more interesting, add small but significant details such as side and table lights, spotlights, handles on wardrobes, doors and units.
  • Textures add warmth and comfort to a room for example chenille, brushed cotton and velour will really help to warm up a space if it feels a bit corridor-like.

 

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3 easy ways to save money for the things you need or want

There are lots of things that we need to do to enable us  achieve our dreams of being successful and fulfilled in life. There is a different from what you want and what you need and it takes wisdom and understanding to differentiate the two and when to go from one to the other. A need is a requirement for survival, e.g. breathable air, food, shelter etc. A want is a desire. It may be the desire for a need (e.g. a choking person generally wants to be able to breath) or for something not needed for survival, such as chocolate or a new car.

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Below are the 3 easy ways to save for what you need or want

  1. Reduce

There are various things you have to reduce such as time, waste, energy etc that will save you money and cost you less. It is easy to start from the basic and small things you can mostly control and quantify like food, clothes, energy and then with time it will grow and multiply to significant savings to will enable you meet your every needs and essential wants.

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2.  Reuse

There are things that  need using again, whether for its original purpose or to fulfil a different function. It is in doing so that you can get the worth of that thing. Reuse helps save time, money, energy, and resources. In broader economic terms, it can make quality products available to people and organizations with limited means, while generating savings and opportunities that contribute to the economy in a sustainable way.

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3. Recycle

To save for what you need or want you can recycle the things you have. Recycling is the process of converting old/waste materials into reusable materials and objects. It is an alternative to “conventional” waste disposal that can save material and help lower greenhouse gas emissions. Recycling can prevent the waste of potentially useful materials and reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, thereby reducing: energy usage, air pollution and water pollution.

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