CORONAVIRUS : COVID-19 Origin, Causes and Precaution

CORONAVIRUS : COVID-19 Origin, Causes and Precaution


When the whole world was doing its work without any fear, then a new virus scared the whole world. No one had any idea far and wide that a seemingly insignificant virus would put this world in terrible trouble, which made it impossible to emerge. People were forced to be imprisoned in homes, children were forced not to go to school, and shops, markets, offices, and schools were all closed.

This virus took away the jobs of some people.  People, especially the laborers, were forced to leave their work, and business and go to the village. This virus seemed minor in appearance, but it is said that neither the small packet covered the big one, it was just the same thing.

The symptoms were quite simple like, cough, cold, headache, etc. but its consequences were dire. We are talking about a coronavirus (2019-2020) which is also called COVID-19. This virus stopped the progress and development of the country for a few months. Let’s look into Coronavirus in detail with SUCCESSISDECISION

How was spread COVID-19?

The Wuhan province of China was the center of origin of coronavirus. This virus has become a serious matter for the world. This virus has spread to more than 140 countries, and more than five thousand people have also died.

On 30 January 2020, the first case was reported in Kerala, South India. The victim of infection with the virus was a 20-year-old girl. There on, 31 December 2019, the first case of infection with coronavirus was reported.

The first death due to the coronavirus occurred in India on 12 March 2020. The first death in India due to COVID-19 occurred in Kalaburagi, Karnataka. This 76-year-old man had returned to India from Saudi Arabia.

The Indian Council of Medical Research and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare have confirmed 3,37,66,707 cases of the virus in India as of 5 May 2022, in which 4,48,339 people have died. India currently has the highest number of confirmed in Asia. India has 2.67 million cases of COVID-19 infection, the second-highest number of confirmed deaths in the world (after the United States), and the third-highest number of COVID-19 deaths (after the United States and Brazil) with 307,231.

The Coronavirus outbreak was so dangerous that it was declared a pandemic in the whole world, where provisions of the Epidemic Diseases Act,1897, have been, and educational institutions and several commercial institutions have been closed. Along with this, India has also suspended all tourist visas. Because most of the confirmed cases have been found in people who have returned from other countries. The government had issued a lockdown in 75 districts across the country where COVID-19 cases were confirmed till march 31.

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Timeline of CORONAVIRUS caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus

On 16 November 2021, India recorded the lowest number of coronavirus cases in 287 days, with just 8865 new cases reported in India. The number of active cases has gone down to 1,30,793 in the last 525 days.


The first case of COVID-19 was reported in the Indian state of Kerala on 30th January, the number increased to 3 by 3 February. In March, the number of infected cases increased due to the arrival of students who had returned from Wuhan, China, where most people had returned from abroad. On March 12, a 76-year-old man who had returned from Saudi Arabia died, this was the first death due to the coronavirus in India.

On March 15, this number increased to 100, while on March 28, 1,000. On April 2, 2,000, on April 4, more than 3,000 people were infected. The number of people who died on 1 April crossed 50 and on 5 April, crossed 100. At the same time on 6 April, the total number of infected cases crossed 4,000, in this way the number of infected was increasing day by day.


Given the increasing number of cases of coronavirus, the government allowed the invention of vaccination. So that the people living in the country can be saved from this virus. The vaccination program started on 16 January 2021. By February 2021, daily counts had started coming in at 9,000 per day. India crossed 1 million active cases on 9 April. By the end of April, India had 2.5 million active cases, with 300,000 new cases and 2,000 deaths every day. Some people believed that death could be more than this.

On 26, April, there were 350,000 new cases and more than 28,00 deaths in a single day in India. On November 22 new cases were reported in India in the last 24 hours are 8,488, which was the lowest figure in 538 days.

People benefited a lot from the advent of vaccination. In the beginning, people were scared. But as the awareness about vaccination spread, so a large number of people reached the hospital and got vaccinated. And now the facility of vaccination is available for children too.

Now, the government has started vaccinating Children above 12 years of age. Vaccination cannot eliminate this virus but gives your body the strength to fight against the virus.

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What are the Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease?


Symptoms appear after 2 to 14 days in people infected with the coronavirus. These symptoms are quite simple in appearance. And in some people, the symptoms are not even visible. Even after this, they get infected. In many people, the virus increases so much that it leads to their death. And some people get better even without treatment.

Some of the symptoms of people suffering from coronavirus like this:

Most common symptoms

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Tiredness
  • Loss of taste or smell

Less common symptoms

  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Aches and pain
  • Diarrhea
  • A rash on the skin, or discoloration of fingers or toes
  • Red or irritated

Serious symptoms

  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Loss of speech or mobility, or confusion
  • Chest pain

How coronavirus can spread?

Anyone can get COVID-19 from people who have this virus. When an infected person coughs, sneezes, or exhales, the disease can be spread by small droplets released from his nose or mouth. These very tiny droplets also fall on the things around that person. Due to this another person can become infected by coming in contact with him. That’s why a distance of 3-6 feet should be maintained from the infected person.



Coronavirus has caused havoc all over the world. Worldwide, more than seven crore 77 lakh people have been infected, while more than 11 lakh people have died due to this disease. Due to this epidemic, a lot of changes have come in our life, now we have to keep ourselves safe from this virus. That’s why we are telling you some remedies, which will help you to deal with this disease.

1. Do not touch the eyes, nose, and mouth

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth unnecessarily, as it often happens that we touch a surface without thinking anything, in such a situation, the virus may stick on our hands and after that, if we touch our eyes, nose, and mouth then the chances of the virus entering our body increases.

2. Do not leave the house if it is not necessary

If you don’t need it, it is better that you do not go out of the house unnecessarily. If you go out, then definitely wear a mask and follow the rules of social distancing to be protected from coronavirus infection.

3. Do not go to crowded places

If you are out of the house for some important work, then you must do your work and return home directly. During this Pandemic, you should avoid going to crowded places. To avoid coming into contact with infected people and you do not get infected.

4. Cover your mouth with a mask

Whenever you go out of the house, you must wear a mask on your face. Doctors believe that this reduces the risk of the virus manifold.

5. From time to time wash your hands

Keep washing your hands with soap from time to time. Whenever you come from outside, also keep in mind that you have washed your hands well. This will reduce your risk of getting infected.

6. Avoid eggs and meat

It is being advised not to eat eggs and meat for a long but it is still being ignored by the people. In such a situation, when the coronavirus is spreading its feet in India, then try to stay away from eggs and meat completely. By doing this, you will avoid getting infected with the coronavirus.

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