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Last updated: March 27, 2020, 14:49 GMT

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What you need to do

How to protect yourself?

Our actions as individuals will go a long way in preventing, detecting and isolating potential cases of
coronavirus and COVID-19

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Things you should do

Be sure to follow it

  • Stay at home
  • Wear mask
  • Wash your hands
  • Frequent self-isolation
  • Frequent waterintake

Things you should avoid

Be sure to avoid it

  • Social distance
  • Avoid animals
  • Don't touch your face
  • Avoid handshaking
  • Avoid kisses

What does self-isolation involve?

If you need to self-isolate, you should take action immediately. You must stay inside and avoid all contact with other people.

How else can you protect yourself?
What should you do
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are coronaviruses?
  • What is the COVID-19 virus?
  • What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
  • How is the virus spread?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • What are coronaviruses?
  • What is the COVID-19 virus?
  • What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
  • How is the virus spread?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • What are coronaviruses?
  • What is the COVID-19 virus?
  • What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
  • How is the virus spread?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • What are coronaviruses?
  • What is the COVID-19 virus?
  • What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
  • How is the virus spread?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • What are coronaviruses?
  • What is the COVID-19 virus?
  • What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
  • How is the virus spread?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • What are coronaviruses?
  • What is the COVID-19 virus?
  • What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
  • How is the virus spread?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • What are coronaviruses?
  • What is the COVID-19 virus?
  • What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
  • How is the virus spread?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • What are coronaviruses?
  • What is the COVID-19 virus?
  • What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
  • How is the virus spread?
  • What are the symptoms?
  • What are coronaviruses?
  • What is the COVID-19 virus?
  • What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?
  • How is the virus spread?
  • What are the symptoms?

What are coronaviruses?

The first symptoms of COVID-19 and influenza (flu) infections are often very similar. They both cause fever and similar respiratory symptoms, which can then range from mild through to severe disease, and sometimes can be fatal.

Both viruses are also transmitted in the same way, by coughing or sneezing, or by contact with hands, surfaces or objects contaminated with the virus. As a result, the same public health measures, such as hand hygiene (hand washing), good respiratory etiquette (coughing into your elbow or into a tissue and immediately disposing of the tissue) and good household cleaning are important actions to prevent both infections.

The speed of transmission is an important difference between the two viruses. Influenza typically has a shorter incubation period (the time from infection to appearance of symptoms) than COVID-19. This means that influenza can spread faster than COVID-19.

While the range of symptoms for the two viruses is similar, the fraction with severe disease appears to be higher for COVID-19. While most people have mild symptoms, approximately 15% of people have severe infections and 5% require intensive care in a hospital ICU. The proportions of severe and critical COVID-19 infections are higher than for influenza infections.

What is the COVID-19 virus?

The first symptoms of COVID-19 and influenza (flu) infections are often very similar. They both cause fever and similar respiratory symptoms, which can then range from mild through to severe disease, and sometimes can be fatal.

Both viruses are also transmitted in the same way, by coughing or sneezing, or by contact with hands, surfaces or objects contaminated with the virus. As a result, the same public health measures, such as hand hygiene (hand washing), good respiratory etiquette (coughing into your elbow or into a tissue and immediately disposing of the tissue) and good household cleaning are important actions to prevent both infections.

The speed of transmission is an important difference between the two viruses. Influenza typically has a shorter incubation period (the time from infection to appearance of symptoms) than COVID-19. This means that influenza can spread faster than COVID-19.

While the range of symptoms for the two viruses is similar, the fraction with severe disease appears to be higher for COVID-19. While most people have mild symptoms, approximately 15% of people have severe infections and 5% require intensive care in a hospital ICU. The proportions of severe and critical COVID-19 infections are higher than for influenza infections.

What is the difference between COVID-19 and the flu?

The first symptoms of COVID-19 and influenza (flu) infections are often very similar. They both cause fever and similar respiratory symptoms, which can then range from mild through to severe disease, and sometimes can be fatal.

Both viruses are also transmitted in the same way, by coughing or sneezing, or by contact with hands, surfaces or objects contaminated with the virus. As a result, the same public health measures, such as hand hygiene (hand washing), good respiratory etiquette (coughing into your elbow or into a tissue and immediately disposing of the tissue) and good household cleaning are important actions to prevent both infections.

The speed of transmission is an important difference between the two viruses. Influenza typically has a shorter incubation period (the time from infection to appearance of symptoms) than COVID-19. This means that influenza can spread faster than COVID-19.

While the range of symptoms for the two viruses is similar, the fraction with severe disease appears to be higher for COVID-19. While most people have mild symptoms, approximately 15% of people have severe infections and 5% require intensive care in a hospital ICU. The proportions of severe and critical COVID-19 infections are higher than for influenza infections.

How is the virus spread?

The first symptoms of COVID-19 and influenza (flu) infections are often very similar. They both cause fever and similar respiratory symptoms, which can then range from mild through to severe disease, and sometimes can be fatal.

Both viruses are also transmitted in the same way, by coughing or sneezing, or by contact with hands, surfaces or objects contaminated with the virus. As a result, the same public health measures, such as hand hygiene (hand washing), good respiratory etiquette (coughing into your elbow or into a tissue and immediately disposing of the tissue) and good household cleaning are important actions to prevent both infections.

The speed of transmission is an important difference between the two viruses. Influenza typically has a shorter incubation period (the time from infection to appearance of symptoms) than COVID-19. This means that influenza can spread faster than COVID-19.

While the range of symptoms for the two viruses is similar, the fraction with severe disease appears to be higher for COVID-19. While most people have mild symptoms, approximately 15% of people have severe infections and 5% require intensive care in a hospital ICU. The proportions of severe and critical COVID-19 infections are higher than for influenza infections.

What are the symptoms?

The first symptoms of COVID-19 and influenza (flu) infections are often very similar. They both cause fever and similar respiratory symptoms, which can then range from mild through to severe disease, and sometimes can be fatal.

Both viruses are also transmitted in the same way, by coughing or sneezing, or by contact with hands, surfaces or objects contaminated with the virus. As a result, the same public health measures, such as hand hygiene (hand washing), good respiratory etiquette (coughing into your elbow or into a tissue and immediately disposing of the tissue) and good household cleaning are important actions to prevent both infections.

The speed of transmission is an important difference between the two viruses. Influenza typically has a shorter incubation period (the time from infection to appearance of symptoms) than COVID-19. This means that influenza can spread faster than COVID-19.

While the range of symptoms for the two viruses is similar, the fraction with severe disease appears to be higher for COVID-19. While most people have mild symptoms, approximately 15% of people have severe infections and 5% require intensive care in a hospital ICU. The proportions of severe and critical COVID-19 infections are higher than for influenza infections.