Dedication: To many doctors that worked hard saving patients.
Table of Contents
#1: Intro #2: What is a Pandemic? #3: What is COVID-19? #4: A Day in Quarantine #5: Why Doctors Were Important During COVID-19 #6: What to do When Getting COVID-19 #7: Conclusion
Glossary, Works Cited
Did you know that over six-million people died from COVID-19? COVID-19 affected many people’s lives. People couldn’t have fun. For example, most amusement parks were closed, restaurants were closed, almost everything was closed. It was very hard to do anything with friends. Any jobs had to be done online. When you read this book, you will find out a lot about COVID-19
People using online learning.
Chapter 1: What is a Pandemic?
Pandemic: A virus spreading worldwide
Epidemic V.S. Pandemic An epidemic is a virus only spreading around a country or a small area. There are two types of epidemics. The one most people think of, is where it spreads from person to person by coughing, sneezing, etc. The other type is where an insect or liquid has the disease in it. For example, a mosquito can spread malaria, and a flea can spread bubonic plague. A pandemic is a virus spreading all over the world. A pandemic is way more effective to the world. Pandemics normally happen when it is a new virus, because nobody is immune, so the virus can affect anybody it wants to.
Epidemic: Virus spreading in a small area
Immune: When no one has a virus so no one's body knows how to fight a virus