Guidelines about Partida Corona Medical Center

What do they have to say? Exodus 20. – Love the Lord, don’t take the Lord’s name in vain, keep the Sabbath day sacred, respect their Father and Mother, Shall not murder, commit adultery, steal, give false testimony (lie), or covet (want or envy someone else)Learn more by visiting¬† Partida Corona Medical Center

The death rate in the United States equals that of the Second World War. We can’t take pride in our grim condition. Social distancing, constant hand washing, cleaning car knobs, door knobs, table surfaces, avoiding crowded public places such as theatres, sports arenas, wrestling, boxing matches, avoiding public transportation such as buses, planes, including air and cruise travels are all effective defence measures. Wearing masks poses an interesting query. Is there some way to protect yourself from the virus using this method? Sure, it’s possible. The masks absorb the bulk of the virus-carrying moisture droplets that are emitted by infected people as they sneeze, cough, or yawn. It is imperative that all wear one in public places and take responsibility for their own and their neighbours’ welfare. Also an electron microscope is needed to see the virus. This virus strain affects human respiratory systems, according to science. The size of the particle is 125 nanometres. The club-shaped spikes remind us of solar coronas. How difficult is it for it to penetrate a facial mask that protects us if it is so small? What is the concept of a nanometer? A nanometer is one billionth of a metre by definition. A metre is approximately 39 inches in length. Since a billion is a thousand times greater than a million, it is written as 1,000,000,000. That’s a big number, and splitting a metre into one billion parts makes it seem even smaller. It’s understandable that these masks don’t provide full security. Global economic problems have devastated developed and third-world nations, with foreign workers losing their jobs, families and lives being disrupted, but no one seems to care, help, or empathise with them.