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Coronavirus is currently buzzing the whole internet and news channels. It is the top trending topic about which the world is talking. We must have complete information about it in order to be aware of it. We have brought here a few sets of 10 lines below for you. Take a look at them now.

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Ten Lines on Coronavirus

Set 1

1) Coronavirus is a family of viruses causing some deadly diseases in humans and animals.

2) It primarily affects our nervous system and damages it.

3) It causes diseases related to the respiratory system, like coughing and sneezing.

4) The Coronavirus spreads from animals to humans.

5) It can also spread through contact with an infected person.

6) The attack of Coronavirus can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, failure of kidney and also death.

7) Any certified treatment of the diseases caused by Coronavirus has not been discovered yet.

8) Only some precautionary actions can prevent it by now.

9) We should avoid having contact with an infected animal or person.

10) Washing hands, with warm water, regularly is very important for keeping ourselves safe.

Set 2

1) The large family of Coronavirus consists of MERS-CoV, SARS-CoV, and nCoV, etc.

2) Among all, nCoV is the latest found and most dangerous for humans.

3) The first Coronavirus was identified in 1960 in chickens.

4) It attacks the respiratory, gastrointestinal and urogenital tract.

5) People with cardiopulmonary disease, weakened immune systems, infants and older are prone to be affected by Coronavirus.

6) The recent outbreak of Coronavirus has created an atmosphere of fear all over the world.

7) The number of suspects in China is far more than any other part of the World.

8) The outbreak is mainly caused by the nCoV of the Coronavirus family.

9) The scientists in California are constantly working on developing a vaccine to protect us from the deadly virus.

10) World Health Organisation has declared it a global pandemic and conducting meetings regularly on the issue.

This has created a state of fear all over the world. The recent outbreak of Coronavirus is due to the virus 'Covid-19'. It has covered more than 125 countries in the World. About 5000 people have died of Coronavirus by now, and the disease has also reached India. The scientists of the countries are constantly working on providing a vaccine for its cure so we can hope for a treatment soon.

1. What is a coronavirus?
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that may cause illness in humans or animals.

2. What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, fatigue and dry cough. These symptoms are usually mild and develop gradually. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the disease is mild in more than 80 percent of cases.

3. Is the new coronavirus deadly?
Yes, the illness is fatal in 2 percent of cases, the WHO said on February 17, citing a paper published by China with detailed data on more than 44,000 confirmed cases.

4. Is coronavirus contagious?
Yes, the new virus can spread from human to human. 

5. How does coronavirus spread?
The disease mainly spreads from person to person through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or exhales. It can also be transmitted via contaminated surfaces. 

6. How long do coronaviruses live on surfaces?
It is not clear how long the new coronavirus survives on surfaces, but the WHO says it seems to behave like other coronaviruses. The agency says coronaviruses, including the one that causes COVID-19, can persist on surfaces for a few hours or up to several days.

7. Can humans get the new coronavirus from cats and dogs?

8. How do you treat the new coronavirus?
There is no vaccine and no specific antiviral medicine to prevent or treat COVID-19. Those affected should receive care to relieve symptoms and the WHO says most patients recover due to supportive care. 

9. Are bats the animal source of coronavirus?
In a study published in late February, the WHO said bats appear to be the reservoir of the COVID-19 virus, but said the intermediate host has not yet been identified. 

10. What is MERS coronavirus?
MERS is a respiratory disease caused by a type of coronavirus similar to the one that causes COVID-19. The disease first emerged in Saudi Arabia in 2012, and it is thought the animal source of the infection is the dromedary camel.