Article by: Inés Camacho | Last update: April 10, 2022
Highly contagious respiratory disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This virus is thought to spread from person to person in droplets that are spread when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks.
- 1 What does it mean to have coronavirus (COVID-19) antibodies?
- 2 What do I do if I test positive for COVID-19?
- 3 What is an active outbreak of COVID-19?
- 4 When to take the second dose to those who have passed COVID-19?
- 4.1 Are antibiotics effective in preventing and treating the new coronavirus infection?
- 4.2 What number can I contact for coronavirus emergencies?
- 4.3 What tests are used to detect an active COVID-19 infection?
- 4.4 Is the COVID-19 vaccine for children safe?
- 4.5 What are some personal hygiene measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
- 4.6 Is children allowed to go out due to Covid-19?
- 4.7 What is the correct way to sneeze and cough during the COVID-19 pandemic?
- 4.8 Where can you contact if you have a problem with the EU Digital COVID Certificate?
- 4.9 How much does the COVID-19 vaccine cost?
- 4.10 What are the additional risks of the coronavirus for using public transport?
- 4.11 In which city did the first case of coronavirus occur?
- 4.12 Is the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory in Spain?
- 4.13 What should I do if I have an adverse reaction after getting vaccinated against COVID-19?
- 4.14 What are the most common side effects of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine?
- 4.15 Where do I get vaccinated against COVID-19 if I am outside my usual residence?
- 4.16 What is the best way to get around during the COVID-19 pandemic?
- 4.17 Should basic interventions against malaria vectors be maintained due to the spread of the coronavirus?
- 4.18 What is the objective of the transparency and authorization mechanism for exports of vaccines against COVID-19?
- 4.19 What was the first vaccine against COVID-19 that arrived in Spain?
- 4.20 Is there enough production capacity for COVID-19 vaccines in the EU?
Antibodies are produced as a reaction of the body to defend itself from the virus, that’s why we call them defenses. However, having antibodies does not prove that you are fully protected and only proves that you have been in contact with the coronavirus.
What do I do if I test positive for COVID-19?
If the result is positive, whether or not they have symptoms of Covid-19, the person must immediately begin self-isolation and contact their health center.
What is an active outbreak of COVID-19?
An active outbreak will be considered one that has had a case in the last 14 days, taking into account the date of onset of symptoms or the date of diagnosis if the date of symptoms is not available.
When to take the second dose to those who have passed COVID-19?
second dose when fully recovered and at least 4 weeks have elapsed since diagnosis of infection, also maintaining the interval of 8 weeks after the first dose.
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No. Antibiotics are effective against bacteria, but not against viruses.
Since the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is a virus, antibiotics should not be used to prevent or treat infection.
However, if you are infected with this virus and hospitalized, you may be given antibiotics to prevent bacterial infections.
If at any time you notice a worsening, such as a worsening of shortness of breath or a fever that does not subside or with significant general repercussions, you should contact the emergency service by telephone on 112 (or the telephone authorized in your Autonomous Community to attention to the coronavirus).
What tests are used to detect an active COVID-19 infection?
The tests currently used for the detection of an active infection (PDIA) are based on:
– antigen detection (Rapid Antigen Diagnostic Test, RADT)2
– detection of viral RNA by RT-PCR or an equivalent molecular technique.
Is the COVID-19 vaccine for children safe?
► The COVID-19 Comirnaty 10 μg/dose vaccine has been shown to be very safe. The United States and Israel, among other countries, have begun to vaccinate children aged 5 to 11 years.
What are some personal hygiene measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19?
• Maintain physical distance of at least 1.5 meters.
• Avoid gestures of affection or social courtesy that involve physical contact, including shaking hands.
• Avoid sharing objects for personal use.
• Avoid sharing food and drinks.
• Wash hands before and after drinking or eating or smoking.
Is children allowed to go out due to Covid-19?
You can walk up to a maximum distance of 1 kilometer from the minor’s home (including natural spaces and authorized green areas). Access to children’s outdoor recreational spaces (slides, swings), as well as sports facilities will not be allowed. It is recommended to avoid crowded areas.
What is the correct way to sneeze and cough during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing and sneezing, and dispose of it in a garbage can with an inner bag. If tissues are not available, use the inside of the elbow to avoid contaminating the hands. ─ Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
Where can you contact if you have a problem with the EU Digital COVID Certificate?
If you have any problems using this service or any questions related to the EU Digital COVID Certificate procedure, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the description of your query. You can also contact us by calling +34 910 50 98 88.
How much does the COVID-19 vaccine cost?
Vaccines and vaccination are free for all citizens.
The additional risk posed by participants and spectators traveling by public transport in a large city may not be significant compared to the risk to which local people who regularly use public transport are continuously exposed if it is not possible to maintain physical distancing.
At the end of December 2019, a new zoonosis appeared for the first time in the city of Wuhan, which would eventually enter the agendas of all countries in the world.
Is the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory in Spain?
Like the rest of the vaccinations in Spain, vaccination against the new coronavirus is not mandatory.
What should I do if I have an adverse reaction after getting vaccinated against COVID-19?
If an adverse reaction occurs, you should seek health care at your reference health center or hospital, depending on the severity of the reaction. The health personnel must notify it.
What are the most common side effects of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine?
The most frequent adverse reactions are pain at the injection site (>40%), headache, fatigue and myalgia (>30%), nausea (<15%) and fever (9%), being mostly mild or moderate in intensity. and disappearing in a few days after vaccination.
Where do I get vaccinated against COVID-19 if I am outside my usual residence?
The ideal would be to be vaccinated in your usual place of residence, but if you are not in your place of residence at the time when the vaccination is due, you should check with the health service about the possibility of receiving the vaccination.
What is the best way to get around during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Whenever you can, prioritize the mobility options that best guarantee the interpersonal distance of approximately 2 meters. For this reason, individual transport is preferable in this situation.
In recent days, the suspension of campaigns using insecticide-treated bed nets and indoor spraying with residual action insecticides has been reported in several African countries, due to the growing alarm generated by the possible exposure to COVID-19. 19. The suspension of these campaigns will put many vulnerable populations, particularly young children and pregnant women, at greater risk of contracting malaria.
WHO strongly encourages countries not to suspend the planning and implementation of vector control activities, including insecticide-treated net distribution campaigns and indoor residual spraying, and to provide these services applying best available practices to protect healthcare professionals and communities from the transmission of COVID-19.
The objective of a transparency and authorization mechanism for COVID-19 vaccine exports is to ensure timely access to COVID-19 vaccines for all EU citizens and address the current lack of transparency of vaccine exports outside the EU.
The European Union has supported the rapid development and production of several COVID-19 vaccines with a total of €2.7 billion, and it is important to protect the integrity of this important investment from the EU budget.
What was the first vaccine against COVID-19 that arrived in Spain?
Comirnaty, the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, was the first to arrive in our country once authorized by the European Commission, after the rigorous review to which all vaccines are subjected by the European Medicines Agency.
Is there enough production capacity for COVID-19 vaccines in the EU?
The EU already has significant vaccine production capacity. The Commission has supported and continues to support the increase in production capacity.
It has advanced funds to develop the production capacity of all the vaccine suppliers with which it has signed contracts, thus allowing a greater volume of vaccines to be produced. The European Investment Bank provides additional financial assistance, backed by the EU budget. This has been the case with CureVac and BioNTech, for example.
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