According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Symptoms may show up between 1-14 days. Some symptoms include fever, tiredness, and dry cough. Symptoms vary in all individuals and sometimes are not exhibited. **



Practicing social distancing, staying six feet apart from individuals, and washing your hands when coming from a public place is a necessity. Keeping yourself from. Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol concentration. Keeping your moth covered and wearing a face mask when around others are helpful. Always check with various sources for all the best tools and practices for prevention. **

DISCLAIMER: We are in no way medical professionals and get all our information from research from reputable sources. We should not be cited as any source and all our information is from other sources. Please do tour your own research as we only have a minute amount of information that is available.**

**Information is always evolving. Check with the cdc.gov, mayoclinic.org, who.int, or any other reputable sources for more information. 

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