And the fact that the virus Koruna is causing panic among some, especially with the beginning of the new academic year and near the pilgrimage season said Dr. Nasreen Sherbini "virus Koruna transmitted via droplets infected person resulting from sneezing or coughing, so you should avoid close contact with people infected or suspected hit by it, or Wearing mask your condom if necessary to visit them, and so far there is no vaccine or special treatment Sticky scientifically against the virus because it is a modern origin, and depends treating a patient primarily on treating the symptoms and complications resulting from infection with this virus and my advice to the people that do not listen to rumors that abound these days corona virus because the panic is unfortunately result of inflating things, causing panic and panic is not justified, and to take information from a reliable source by any doctors specialists in this field."
She stressed Dr. El-Sherbini "the need to rush to the nearest medical center or hospital when symptoms suspected to parents or children, such as high temperature 38 or higher with a cough or shortness of breath to diagnose the situation quickly and start the necessary treatment by clinical diagnosis or laboratory."
She reassured Dr. Nasreen Sherbini advisory infectious diseases and viruses that "thank God so far the cases Koruna that hit people with immunity good and do not have chronic diseases such as diabetes, kidney failure, high blood pressure and other were relieved them completely, and that most of the deaths were in the elderly, and they have chronic diseases, and that the cases in children and school students until the present time very few, and most of them were relieved Bhamdallah, which reassures parents and relieves Halam the likelihood of injuring their sons and daughters with HIV Coruna in the schools, knowing that it contained but the injury may be mild and transient in most cases not develop into severe pneumonia, as happens with the elderly and those with chronic diseases."To the extent I understand this at all, Dr. Sherbini is shrugging off the deaths off those with underlying conditions and reassuring parents by citing the long odds against their kids contracting MERS.
If that's a correct interpretation, would some kind nation please export a few teams of crisis communicators to Saudi Arabia to show them how to do it right?