At times, it doesn’t seem too hard to figure out what’s going on in the world. You don’t have to wait on news from around the globe to know about a potential global pandemic or a deadly virus. It’s not just the news that matters, it’s the way that it’s received.
The Coronavirus outbreak is now in India, and that means that it has spread to the rest of the world. But its only just in our country, so far, so good. We can tell you that the first cases of Coronavirus in India were reported in Mumbai in the city of Navi Mumbai. From there it spread across the country, and now has reached other parts of the country like Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and of course, New Delhi.
But the good news is that there is no such thing as a “contact” event in this situation. This virus has no way of spreading from person to person, so that means that it isn’t contagious when you don’t have direct contact with someone who has it. And most of the people who have the virus are asymptomatic, which means that they don’t know they have it and that it’s just lingering in their system.
Its still contagious, but its spread through the air, not direct contact. I know that the coronavirus can get into the blood stream, but I doubt that you can get it into the air. And even if you could, those same people could also spread it in other ways too.