Your health- Traveling during Coronavirus fears, myths and facts
Your health while traveling is important.
Not only does it really put a damper on your whole trip it can be worrisome. To help put your mind at ease we’ve have gathered facts from W.H.O (World Health Organization) and Harvard University about Coronavirus. Hopefully, this will help you understand the risks to your health and COVID-19. Should you continue to travel or not is up to each person or family. You should absolutely consider the facts and not what you heard through the grapevine.
From the W.H.O. (World Health Organization)
We hope this has provided you with information you did not have before.
COVid19 Updated Numbers ( March 10, 2020)
WORLD wide cases: 113,851 Deaths associated worldwide: 4015 World Population 7.7 Billion people
Up date Sept 29 2020
While the number of cases has increased over the last 6 months the curve was flattened, hospitals in US and ost of the world were not overrun. Per the States, health departments between 58 to 79 percent of all deaths happened to those in long-term health facilities, where the occupants have serious health issues. If New York and New Jersey were a country they would rank 5th in the world with deaths per capita. We wish every one good health and a long life with great memories.
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