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Some things my friends should know about Covid 19


This blog is not written with the intention of endorsing any cures, solutions, or treatments for coronavirus. The author is not a doctor and does not claim to be a scientist in any way. This book is based on information provided to the public by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and is in no way affiliated with any federal, state, or local disease control agencies.

Some things my friends should know about Covid 19

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Let’s learn more about Covid 19 – its origin, dangers, coping strategies

Pandemic information children’s book. Happy reading everyone!

The coronavirus is an infection that affects animals and is transmitted to humans. It is

thought the new virus, Covid 19, could have come from bats. The world

Health Organization reports indicate that the COVID-19 virus most likely jumped from

animals to humans. Patient zero was apparently infected in Wuhan, China, in

October or November 2019.

In December 2019, Chinese authorities notified the world that a virus was spreading. Covid 19 cases begin to spread within days. This virus can only do more of itself by entering living cells (GERMS) by touching surfaces, by droplet infection when coughing, by touching someone or something that is infected, and then by rubbing their face, eyes or nose.

Global lockdown and effective suspension of community and industrial activities

activity in entire countries have cast a mirror over how our economic, social,

and political systems work and have forced the beginnings of a global conversation about

how they may need to change.

Covid-19 has exposed the shaky foundations upon which much of what we take for granted in the developed world rests, from the complex intertwined nature of supply chains and globalized manufacturing infrastructure to just-in-time deliveries to supermarkets, as well as stark contrasts between nationalized health systems and those funded by private insurance.

But despite being physically distant, the internet and social media have allowed us to reach each other’s homes over the past few weeks.

Social relations for many do not seem to have suffered.

They’ve also allowed us to explore hobbies and interests we might never have had before – like people taking to social media to solve real-life mysteries from home.

We should begin our own recovery by educating our most precious investment – our innocent offspring – Yes, – Our children!

My book, Some Thing my Friends Should Know About Covid 19 helps educate our children about the origin, dangers, precautions and coping strategies involved in the pandemic.

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