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Last Updated on August 7, 2020 by GKQUESTIONBANK


Coronavirus Covid-19 Top 50 Latest Questions Answers


Coronavirus Covid-19 Top 50 Latest Questions Answers - GKQUESTIONBANK

Coronavirus Covid-19 Top 50 Latest Questions Answers – GKQUESTIONBANK


Coronavirus also known as Covid-19 is the biggest disasters for modern world since December 2019. Coronavirus or Covid-19 was originally occurs in the Wuhan City of Hubei Province in December 2019. COVID-19 means Corona Virus Disease 2019. In India the first case of Coronavirus was filed in February 2020. Since the first death a person in the Wuhan City, more then 42,300+ people have been died (till April 1st 2020) by this Novel Coronavirus in the world till the writing of the post. More then 202+ countries have Coronavirus infected people till today and lacs of peoples are infected. According to the WHO, this numbers of Coronavirus infected and death of the people may rise in upcoming days so every country government are taking biggest steps to stop the spread of Coronavirus in the country and world. Indian government also lock-down the country for 21 days (25th March to 14th April 2020) and further dates to stop Coronavirus third stage. Let’s read below the Coronavirus Covid-19 Top 50 Latest Questions Answers.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Top 50 Questions Answers


Question No (1) Coronavirus Disease is also known with which name?
Answer: COVID-19.

Question No (2) What is the mean of COVID-19?
Answer:
Co – CORONA.
Vi – VIRUS.
D – DISEASE.
19 – 2019.

Question No (3) Which popular Hash Tag has been given by Indian Government through MyGov Platform?
Answer: #IndiaFightsCorona.

Question No (4) Coronavirus is spreads primarily through which way?
Answer: One Coronavirus infected person to other person when he/she cough or sneeze.

Question No (5) When the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a statement saying Chinese researchers have made “preliminary determination” of the virus as a ‘Novel Coronavirus’?
Answer: On January 9, 2020.

Question No (6) Till August 7th, 2020 how many people effected by Coronavirus Disease in the India?
Answer: 2 Million.

Question No (7) Which top norms accepted across the world due to spreads of Novel Coronavirus?
Answer: Lockdowns, Curfews, Massive Airport Screenings & Shutdowns, Quarantines, and Social Distancing.

Question No (8) In which city of the China, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) was first identified?
Answer: Wuhan City in December 2019.

Question No (9) What is the source of SARS-CoV-2, the Coronavirus (CoV) causing COVID-19?
Answer: Currently Unknown.

Question No (10) Coronavirus Cases has been crossed 19 Million mark on which date in the world?
Answer: August 7, 2020.


Question No (11) In the how many people gets COVID-19 becomes seriously ill according the WHO reports?
Answer: Around 1 out of every 6 people.

Question No (12) COVID-19 spread in which form?
Answer: Small Droplets land on objects and surfaces around the person from the infected person nose or mouth.

Question No (13) What are the most common symptoms of COVID-19?
Answer: Fever, Tiredness, and Dry cough.

Question No (14) While Coronavirus Disease ‘COVID-19’ becoming more serious problem in the world, what distance should be maintained by people from each others in the public places?
Answer: 1 Meter (3 feet).

Question No (15) Can COVID-19 Virus transmitted through the air?
Answer: Every person should maintained 1 meter distance from sick person.

Question No (16) To reduce chances of being infected by COVID-19 what are the protection measures for everyone from WHO?
Answer: Protection Measures From WHO:
– Regularly clean hands with an alcohol-based hand rub and Sanitizer.
– Maintain at least 1 meter (3 feet) distance from others.
– Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth after touching surfaces.
– Covering your mouth and nose with bent elbow while cough or sneeze.
– Stay Home when feel unwell. Take advice from the doctor.
– Avoid travelling to public places and COVID-19 infected cities.

Question No (17) Half of the Coronavirus in the air can Inactive within how much time?
Answer: In 66 Minutes.

Question No (18) COVID-19 infection spread very fast and effect which people first?
Answer: Children’s and Old age people.

Question No (19) Persons with Pre-existing medical conditions affected quickly by COVID-19 are?
Answer: Person those have High blood pressure, Heart disease, Lung disease, Cancer or Diabetes.

Question No (20) Does Antibiotics work against COVID-19?
Answer: No.



Question No (21) To prevent of cure COVID-19 which medicines or therapies used?
Answer: No medicine or therapies available till today in the world to cure COVID-19.

Question No (22) Can vaccine or drugs cure COVID-19?
Answer: No (but lot of treatments are under investigation).

Question No (23) Are the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and COVID-19 are similer?
Answer: No because cause are quite different.

Question No (24) When a person should wear a mask (disposable face mask)?
Answer: When he/she is ill (coughing or having COVID-19 symptoms) or go to public places only in emergency cases.

Question No (25) Who may use the face mask?
Answer: Health workers, Care takers, and every Individuals (at public places) and people having fever and cough symptoms.

Question No (26) Before touching the mask what should be done by individuals?
Answer: Clean hands with alcohol-based hand rub or sanitizers.

Question No (27) Which type of Face mask should be used by individuals to keep away virus infected people having coughs or exhales?
Answer: Mask’s that covers mouth and chin area.

Question No (28) What is the incubation period of COVID-19?
Answer: 1-14 Days.

Question No (29) Is animals sources of COVID-19 confirmed or not?
Answer: Not confirmed yet. SARS-CoV & MERS-CoV was associated with animals.

Question No (30) Are dogs, cats or any pet can transmit COVID-19 Virus?
Answer: Currently no evidence or case of transmit COVID-19 by pets.


Question No (31) Coronaviruses survives on surfaces for how long?
Answer: Few hours to several days according to WHO.

Question No (32) To fight against COVID-19, smoking is harmful or not?
Answer: Smoking is harmful so avoid it.

Question No (33) Should people wear multiple masks on face?
Answer: According to WHO, people should not use wear multiple masks.

Question No (34) What is the source of Coronavirus causing COVID-19 in the world?
Answer: Currently unknown.

Question No (35) SARS-CoV was the virus caused SARS outbreak in which year?
Answer: 2003.

Question No (36) How many countries are effected by Novel Coronavirus COVID-19?
Answer: 202 Countries and Territories.

Question No (37) Global number of COVID-19 cases has surpassed 5,00,000 on which date?
Answer: 27 March 2020.

Question No (38) WHO maintain technical guidance at which web page?
Answer: WHO CORONAVIRUS WEBSITE.

Question No (39) To combat coronavirus spread, Indian Government launched ‘Janta Curfew’ on which date across the country?
Answer: 22 March 2020 (7 am to 9 pm). People stayed at there home only in this time and maintain the rule of ‘Janta Curfew’.

Question No (40) According to the Disease Control and Prevention Centers in China and South Korea, which age of people have highest risk of dying due to COVID-19?
Answer: People aged 80 and above.



Question No (41) By which test, the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 can be detected?
Answer: Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction Test.

Question No (42) Union Health Ministry guidelines has recommended use of which drug on a case-to case basis of a person having coronavirus infection?
Answer: Lopinavir and Ritonavir. It’s depending upon the severity of the condition for high-risk groups patients aged above 60.

Question No (43) When people cough or sneeze, what they have to do?
Answer: Cover mouth and nose with bent elbow or tissue.

Question No (44) What is the difference between Flu and COVID-19?
Answer: A fever with cough and cold means Flu but fever with cough which is complicated by breathlessness is symptom of COVID-19 infection.

Question No (45) Which machine used to detect people who have developed a fever and may be COVID-19?
Answer: Thermal Scanner.

Question No (46) Should a person avoid eating meat-based foods to prevent COVID-19 transmission?
Answer: COVID-19 is respiratory virus. It is not a food-borne virus so any person can eat meat-based products.

Question No (47) Are home remedies can be use to treat COVID-19?
Answer: Home remedies are not proven science so best way to reach your doctor.

Question No (48) Do Pneumococcal vaccine and Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib) vaccine can be used to protect against new Coronavirus COVID-19?
Answer: No.

Question No (49) Can COVID-19 virus transmitted in areas with hot and humid climates?
Answer: Yes.

Question No (50) To get help regarding Coronavirus COVID-19 from State Government (Uttarakhand Government) what is the helpline number?
Answer: 104.


In INDIA, Covid-19 National Helpline Numbers are below:
1075/1800-112-545/011-23978046
National Helpline Email ID is:
ncov2019@gov.in



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