How To Survive Covid-19 caused by the Wuhan Coronavirus


" Coronavirus has triggered the widespread outbreak, infected more than 6 million people."


With more than 370,000 recorded deaths and 6 million confirmed cases worldwide, the Wuhan coronavirus has triggered the widespread outbreak of new deadly disease called Covid-19. The epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak has moved from Wuhan in Hubei province of China to New York, USA. The US has the highest number of reported Covid-19 cases in the world.

The Covid-19 outbreak has spread to more than 200 countries and territories. The list of the worst affected countries as per 1st of June 2020 10:32 GMT:


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The Covid-19 Outbreak

Covid-19 is an infectious respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China. It can trigger the inflammation of the tiny sacs at the end of the breathing tubes in the lungs. Covid-19 may cause breathing difficulties that starve the body of oxygen.

The signs and symptoms of Covid-19 may include:

  • cough usually a dry persistent cough. Be well informed that Covid-19 patients may have runny nose and phlegm coughed up from the lungs.
  • breathing difficulties such as rapid sallow breathing, worsening chest pain with every deep breath and cough.
  • fever, shiver and sweating.
  • rapid heartbeat.
  • loss of appetite and energy.
  • joint and muscle pain.
  • headaches or even vomiting.
  • confusion and disorientation (drowsiness).

Like with the other types of pneumonia, Covid-19 is a potentially life-threatening illness. For comparison, in 2017, there were more than 90,000 people died from pneumonia or influenza in the UK; while in the USA, every year there are around 50,000 people die from pneumonia. Pneumonia is the world's leading cause of death among children under 5 years old. Younger children and elderly people are generally more vulnerable to the deadly effects of pneumonia; surprisingly, in the US, around half of the mortality due to pneumonia occur in people age between 18 and 64.

The effective treatment for Covid-19 disease has yet to be found. Due to the drug resistant nature of the Wuhan coronavirus, the death toll from the Covid-19 has surpassed that of the 2003 coronavirus SARS outbreak. Elderly people and people with underlying medical condition are particularly at risk of dying from Covid-19.


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How Long Can The Coronavirus Survive Outside The Body?

Coronaviruses tend to survive longer indoor. It can survive on non-porous surfaces (water resistant) like metal for up to 5 days and plastic for up to 9 days. Known to be an airborne virus, coronavirus can stay in the air for a few hours.

How To Survive From Covid-19

Covid-19 triggers various symptoms from mild to severe. Around 95% of the Wuhan coronavirus infected people only develop mild symptoms, similar to those of colds or flu; while the remaining 5% have severe symptoms that require urgent medical treatment. Reading from the statistics, the current death rate of Covid-19 is higher than 6%.

How to increase your survival rate from Covid-19?

1. Stay calm and seek medical help

In most cases, infected people start to experience Covid-19 symptoms within seven days, nevertheless, it may take up to 27 days for the symptoms to show up. By nature, your body is designed to fight off the infection as part of the natural defense mechanism. This requires a lot of energy and effort from your body, therefore, you need to rest. 

If you suspect you might have Covid-19; if you live in the UK, call NHS 111 to get the proper medical advice and help. Remember not to turn up directly to hospital or GP surgery. You need to self isolate until you get proper medical help or advice. Be fully aware, due to the shortage of testing kits, you may not be able to get tested. However, you should call NHS UK 111 again if your symptoms are getting worse or you develop severe symptoms.

If you live in a country where you can't get proper medical support for Covid-19, you may continue reading this article to help increase your survival rate from Covid-19.

2. Use Breathing Aid or Ointment

If you have a breathing aid or respiratory device, use it to reduce breathing difficulties. Alternatively, you can use a breathing ointment like Breathe and Focus Oil. Formulated with menthol, eucalyptus, rosemary and thyme essential oils, this phyto-aromatherapy ointment helps ease breathing difficulties commonly associated with cold, flu, cough, asthma and pneumonia. Gently massage a few drops of Breathe and Focus Oil to your chest and apply 1 to 2 drops to a tissue or handkerchief then inhale the aroma. Repeat as often as necessary.

Studies showed that eucalyptus essential oil contains cineole that helps reduce inflammation and infection in the lungs. Eucalyptus Radiata essential oil has antiviral effects against coronavirus SARS. Rosemary essential oil has been shown to be effective against Klebsiella pneumoniae, a bacteria which causes pneumonia in humans and animals. Thyme essential oil has been shown to have antiviral activities against Influenza A virus (H1N1), while menthol with its cooling-effect has also been shown to reduce breathing difficulties. These essential oils may help you dealing with Covid-19 disease. 

If you don't have a breathing aid or ointment, use the steam from hot water to improve your breathing. Pour hot water into a cup or bowl and then breathe in the steam.


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3. Eat Fresh Garlic and Ginger

Please be informed that there is no vaccine or drug or foods that can prevent the coronavirus infection.

Fresh garlic and ginger may help your body fight against coronaviruses but will not prevent you to catch the infection. Studies suggest that both garlic and ginger have antiviral properties. Both may help increase your survival rate from Covid-19. Fresh ginger helps fight off the viral infection caused by human respiratory syncytial virus. Ginger may also help reduce the breathing difficulties. Garlic and ginger have excellent anti-inflammatory properties to help calm down the inflammation of the tiny sacs at the end of the breathing tubes in the lungs. For more information on how to eat fresh ginger and garlic, click this link.

If you don't have garlic and ginger, you can try turmeric. Turmeric contains curcumin, anti-inflammatory compound which has been shown to help reduce the severity of pneumonia caused by Influenza A virus (H1N1).

4. Keep Trying To Get Proper Medical Help

Last but not least, keep trying to get proper medical help if the symptoms are worsening. Covid-19 is a dangerous new disease that may require intensive medical treatment, even more so for elderly people and people who already suffer with other diseases such as asthma, cancer, diabetes, lung and heart disease.

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I hope this article can help millions people all across the world to deal with the Covid-19 outbreak when they can't get medical help. Please share with everyone who is at risk of being infected by the coronavirus. Many thanks in advance!


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  • Dear Ken,
    Many thanks for sharing your experience with many readers here. Have a nice Easter Monday evening!

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  • As a sufferer of COPD, I now avoid the expensive bromine-containing puffers, and use eucalyptus oil in hot water to create a vapor to inhale when flem builds up. I drip two or 3 drops in hot water, inhaled inward through the mouth and held in for a comfortable period of time (5+ secs), then exhaled through the nose, which removes the congestion from my lungs and sinuses and leaves me breathing comfortably, and wheeze-free throughout the day. The vapors are strong, and I must take small breaths in the beginning of the session, to avoid coughing, and gradually increase the amount of vapor inhaled as one’s tolerance increases. Instead of adding more foreign material (bromine dust) into my lungs with puffers, I feel I am cleaning them out, as well as my sinuses. I also have breathing exercises that I have devised to maintain my lungs’ capacity, which have helped my condition in a very effective way. This is not a prescription for others, just a description of how I use one essential oil to improve my breathing. some may find that 2 or 3 drops is too strong for their systems, and might try just one drop on the onset, and hold the breath in only as long as it is comfortable.. Also, I do not suggest this as a cure for the symptoms of any virus or disease that causes lung congestion, like the current COVID-19, or influenza, as the symptoms of my COPD in no way to compare with those suffered by those infected with that virus, which may demand radical measures, such as a ventilator, to maintain lung function and life itself! If you suspect your lung congestion is caused by anything unusual, and have any fever, loss of smell, headache (often in the back of the head), breathing difficulty, or pain in breathing, or a sense of general illness, you should contact medical personnel ASAP, and wear a mask if possible, around others so as to not infect other people. Good luck, good health, and good fortune!

  • Dear Educated reader, thank you for your time and feedback. Certainly it is good to learn from WHO and inform them to work better next time. WHO was very slow at calling this outbreak a pandemic. A mistake with catastrophic impacts. If you are from WHO, I hope that you have asked your Chief to improve the way the organisation works.

    Henry Tianus
  • A mixture of true facts and absolute bul1sh1t claims. Avoid this tripe. Check out the WHO website instead and possibly save your life.

    Educated reader

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