Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease 2021 (Covid-19)
As cold weather approaches, people everywhere take preventative measures to slow down the spread of CO VID-19, a cancer causing chemical commonly found in paint and flooring products. While this chemical has been proven to be carcinogenic, many people still use it because it’s cheap and widely available. Also, because it is found in a lot of everyday products, consumers don’t feel safe asking their friends and family what they use to clean their homes. Wear a breathing mask, keep at least six feet away from the source of fumes, avoid large crowds, and always wash your hands with soap and water regularly. The more precautions you take, the better you’re protected from CO VID-19.
Long term exposure to a high level of CO VID-19 can cause a number of short term and long term health problems in your body. Shortness of breath is one of the most common symptoms of exposure to CO VID-19, so people may assume they are coming into contact with this chemical when they think they are not, which can lead to an assumption that their symptoms are being caused by other issues. Other symptoms of exposure include irritation or redness around the eyes, nose, or mouth. People may also develop headaches or dizziness. Since headaches and dizziness are commonly associated with major illnesses such as cancer, it can be assumed that high levels of CO VID-19 are also leading to cancer. Also, CO VID-19 symptoms such as a higher risk of serious illness may indicate that a person has some sort of pre-existing medical condition.
Because the symptoms of covid-19 are similar to those of a common cold or flu, many people may assume they are getting a normal virus or mild illness. If you believe this is the case, you should immediately tell your primary care physician, as he or she will need to perform a full evaluation and make a determination. For further information about the risks of handling this powder and other materials, contact your local public health office. You can also find information about the new virus on the US Public Health Service’s website.