“Patient 31” Coronavirus case shows how one patient can cause unlimited infection.

“Patient 31” Coronavirus case shows how one patient can cause unlimited infection.

In February,  Diego, a 60-year-old woman now known as “Patient 31”. She is responsible for spread the coronavirus in the majority of South Koreans who had been infected with the Coronavirus, covid-19.  She knew that she was sick. But she referred to go to church for heavy socializing and impress thousands of people.

This incident shows how infectious the coronavirus is. One person can spread the infection to many people. That’s why, social distance, lockdown, and quarantine are so important to protect yourself and those around you.

Coronavirus is 3 times more contagious than normal flu. If a patient infected transmits the infection to three people, the multiplication effect of about ten cycles will probably affect about  59,000 people.

The calculation was done by an intensive care specialist who broke down how infectious the new Coronavirus is and how it can affect the majority of people in the world.

South Korea implements the world’s most aggressive coronavirus test program. The country has experienced one out of every 200 citizens. South Korea has implemented a drive-through of the clinic to test patients for Covid-19. By drive, the clinics take the temperature of the patient, insert an earbud type thing into someone’s nose and sample the flu.

The drive throw test free, designed for people to go in and out without any physical contact, and all test takers wear appropriate kits to protect themselves from infection.

All countries are now trying to work in isolation at home to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus to speed up its pace.

However, after 31 cases of the patient, South Korea significantly slowed down the virus, applying lockdown and isolation in the country.

Every person receives a text message contains the result of their test. If a patient’s report comes out positive. They are admitted for treatment at the isolated Clinic due to Coronavirus. So the government of South Korea has implemented more than 500 testing sites in the country so far.

Following the success of the South Korean Drive Three Test, several countries, including Germany, Belgium, England, Australia, and some US states, are also taking the drive.

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