The British Government Warns of the Dangers of Corona Virus Patients, Able to Infect Ambient Air

The British Government Warns of the Dangers of Corona Virus Patients, Able to Infect Ambient Air

The National Health Service (NHS) is preparing its medical staff to confront the Corona Virus outbreak from China that has killed dozens of people.

The NHS found new findings that the Corona Virus could be transmitted by the bodies of patients who died from the virus.

Quoted from, Monday (01/27/2020), Public Health England (PHE) has provided details on how to deal with the virus that attacks the respiratory system.

PHE has given a warning for handling Corona Virus patients.

Based on PHE recommendations, Corona Virus Patients must be treated in a closed room and nurses who meet patients infected with Corona Virus are required to wear safety clothing and face shields.

PHE also gave a warning to Corona Virus patients who had died, the body must be immediately placed in a body bag.

This is because the corpses of people with Corona Virus are still able to infect the surrounding air.

Control of the Corona Virus takes precedence over PHE through early identification, proper handling, and isolating people who are positive for the virus.

In total there were 2022 cases related to the Corona Virus, and as many as 56 people died because of the virus that attacks the respiratory tract.


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