What exactly is COVID-19?

Covid-19 is an acronym for the CoronaVirus Disease which began in 2019. It is a deadly disease that affects the human body and can be easily transferred. The lungs are the most affected organs by this virus.

Is there a drug or vaccine for COVID-19?

There is ongoing research and testing in various medical laboratories across the world. However, no vaccine has been announced yet.

Are there certain countries with weather types that make them immune to COVID-19?

Considering the statistics of infected people in the world, it can be deduced that COVID-19 is contractible in all weather conditions.

What is the difference between Physical distancing, Quarantine and Isolation?

Physical distancing (Social Distancing) is simply maintaining a certain amount of space from people outside your home. It aids the slowing down of a disease’s spread. Some measures carried out in Physical distancing include staying at home, refraining from outings unless absolutely necessary and no-contact meetings. (insert link to about page) Quarantine is limiting the movement of and separating people who may have been exposed to a disease for a period (14 days) to observe if they will fall sick. Isolation refers to keeping people with a transmissible disease away from those who are not infected.