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Get to Know COVID-19 #infographic

If you're reading this you're probably no stranger to the 2019-2020 coronavirus pandemic. The newly discovered Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is shutting down cities around the world. Doctors, health experts and researchers all over the world are trying to monitor, understand and contain the virus that was thought to originate in Wuhan , China.

 Even in the midst of all the panic, news stories, and social media blabbery, it's easy to lose sight of the facts that are really important to all of us to remember. Continue scrolling to see our interactive COVID-19 infographic that includes live data demonstrating how the disease affects people across the globe.

The best you can do is exercise good hygiene, and wash your hands often. Make sure every wash lasts about 20 seconds to ensure that the germs are completely removed. WHO recommends using soap and water, but if this is not readily available, a good quality hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol may also be used.

Get to Know COVID-19 #infographic

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Get to Know COVID-19 #infographic

Get to Know COVID-19 #infographic

If you're reading this you're probably no stranger to the 2019-2020 coronavirus pandemic. The newly discovered Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is shutting down cities around the world. Doctors, health experts and researchers all over the world are trying to monitor, understand and contain the virus that was thought to originate in Wuhan , China.

 Even in the midst of all the panic, news stories, and social media blabbery, it's easy to lose sight of the facts that are really important to all of us to remember. Continue scrolling to see our interactive COVID-19 infographic that includes live data demonstrating how the disease affects people across the globe.

The best you can do is exercise good hygiene, and wash your hands often. Make sure every wash lasts about 20 seconds to ensure that the germs are completely removed. WHO recommends using soap and water, but if this is not readily available, a good quality hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol may also be used.

Get to Know COVID-19 #infographic

infographic by: visme.co

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