Frequently used and heard terms recently with coronavirus outbreak

Frequently used and heard terms recently with coronavirus outbreak

Turkey's Directorate of Communications shared the frequently used and heard terms recently with the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.

The post shared from the Twitter account of the Directorate of Communications consists of definitions of the following terms, which began to be used frequently with the coronavirus recently:

Coronavirus: "A family of viruses which causes common cold to more severe illnesses such as the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)"

Covid-19: "A virus identified on January 13, 2020 as a result of the research conducted on a group of patients with respiratory symptoms in the Wuhan province of China"

Quarantine: "A health measure applied by keeping a certain area or place under control and restraining entry and exit in order to prevent the spread of a contagious disease"

Pandemic: "The term used for contagious diseases that threaten a large number of people simultaneously and extensively in the world"

Epidemia: "(Epidemic) A widespread occurrence of a disease or another condition"

Isolation: "(Insulation) The technique of keeping the patients away from healthy individuals in order to prevent the spread of the disease"

Infection: "General or local development and spread of a disease-causing microbe in the organism"

WHO: "World Health Organization".

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