Coronavirus is a highly contagious disease that is taking a toll on everyone around the globe right now. The outbreak started from a market in Wuhan, China and now is spreading all over the world. The government's around the world, and the people are in a state of fear due to the outbreak.
There are not many noticeable symptoms for the disease. A basic cold, respiratory problems, and a dry cough are some of the significant signs that you need to take note. If you have travelled abroad recently, it is necessary to do a check-up because you never know.
Wash your hands after you've been out, wear a mask while travelling, use an alcohol steriliser, drink hot water and get enough exposure from sun that could kill the virus, rinse with warm and saltwater. These are some of the precautions that are released by UNICEF.
China: Hotel Used For Quarantine Collapses
As we all know, the world is facing a lot of trouble in the past few months due to the outbreak of coronavirus, especially China. The disease originated from there, and it has already taken many lives in China. The maximum number of people affected are in China. The virus has worst hit the country and has more than 80,000 cases reported.
A hotel used for quarantine has collapsed in China. It was a five-story building that crumbled in Fujan and happened around 7:30 p.m local time on Saturday. Ten people have passed away during the collapse, and 23 went missing.
The 80 room hotel was converted into a quarantine amidst coronavirus outbreak.
A team of more than 1,000 people came in to rescue the people, including firefighters, police officers and emergency responders.
Rescue crews managed to rescue 48 people. However, 23 remain unaccounted for after the building collapsed.
Rescue efforts went on till Saturday evening. The videos of recovering were shared online showing workers helping children don surgical masks before pulling from the remains of the 6-story building. Rescue team rushed to the collapse site to save the people.
The cause for the building's collapse is still unclear. An investigation may be followed, but now the main concern will be to treat the patients who are affected and to protect the people who are not.