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COVID-19 Paragraph for hsc, ssc and other exams

COVID 19 or Coronavirus paragraph is an important paragraph for all of the upcoming exams. Here we have given two different paragraphs for HSC and SSC-level Students. If you read these paragraphs carefully, you will get a clear concept of how to write a covid-19 paragraph in any number of words.

COVID-19 Paragraph for the SSC exam

COVID-19

COVID-19 is an infectious disease that arrived in the whole world as a pandemic. It stands for Corona Virus Disease of 2019. The word ‘corona’ comes from a Latin word meaning crown. It is named like this because of the appearance of the virus got from the spike proteins sticking out of the body. COVID-19 is caused by a virus called SARS-CoV-2 which is a part of the coronavirus family. The virus spreads from an infected person when they cough, sneeze, speak, sing or breathe. CoVID-19 symptoms may vary from mild to severe. The most common symptoms are fever, cough, tiredness, and loss of taste or smell whereas serious symptoms are a rash on the skin, discoloration of fingers or toes, red or irritated eyes, difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, loss of speech or mobility, or confusion, chest pain, etc. It appears that symptoms are showing up in people within 14 days of exposure to the virus. The special ability of Covid-19 is it can grow exponentially and easily attack a healthy person. Like the anxiety broke out for the unknown disease newly found in the city of Uhan, soon the virus spread around the world. Seeing the aggressiveness of the outbreak, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on January 2020. It announced the explosion as a pandemic on March 11 of the same year. Over time, it has infected over 200 countries and territories globally. The entire world became stuck! Many countries applied many preventive steps like shutting down commercial works and industries, closing schools, colleges, and corporate offices and bringing the whole country under lockdown. The roads, highways, seaports, and airports suddenly become trafficless. People feared the virus so much that they were seen as uninterested to open their windows even. Still then, they just knew the virus is contagious, it causes death, and stops breathing and no vaccine has been invented for this. The hospitals were over-flooded with patients and a lack of graveyards was seen in many countries. People died at home, on the way to the hospital, and in the hospital lack of awareness, oxygen, medicine, and treatment. On the one side when people were losing lives, on the contrary, they are facing an economic crisis. While they cannot go out for work due to the lockdown, many of them were also starving without food. The child who used to dislike his classroom also became bored staying at home and stuck on the screen of his phone. The loss due to the coronavirus pandemic is unforgettable. The United States, Brazil, India, Russia, Mexico, Peru, the United Kingdom, Italy, and France are top of the list by death. Many people recovered and faced Post Covid-19 Conditions such as tiredness, headache, difficulty sleeping or concentrating, anxiety, depression, etc. The world’s collective gross domestic product (GDP) fell by two trillion U.S. dollars in 2020 which is equal to today’s economy of Brazil. According to the report published by International Labour Organization, about 114 million jobs were lost in 2020. The world bank has estimated the population living in extreme poverty has risen by 40-60 million. The world has seen the number of hungry people double in the aftermath of this crisis. The pandemic has affected the educational system worldwide leading to the widespread closures of schools and universities. Though our country went under lockdown at different times, the tactful decisions of the government for running the garments maintaining health rules, and huge remittances sent by the abroad workers saved its economy. At last, a beam of light was seen in the midst of the dark. The virus had become weak in different regions of the world and huge trials were continued in the search for a vaccine. The first effective vaccine against COVID-19 was invented by Pfizer–BioNTech in December 2020. On the way, many vaccines were invented and approximately 5.5 billion people have been vaccinated worldwide. Though the situation is now under control, we should maintain the health rules to be safe from the virus. Staying at least 1 meter or three feet apart from others, wearing masks, and washing hands frequently are ways to stay free from the virus. COVID-19 is such a pandemic that has already caused more than 661 million cases and 6.69 million confirmed deaths and made it one of the deadliest of all time. The figure may be considered only as a combination of some numbers in the history of the world. But we, who witnessed the outbreak know how catastrophic the situation was!

Note: All the information is as of January 2023.

COVID-19 Paragraph for the SSC exam

COVID-19

COVID-19 stands for Corona Virus Disease of 2019 and refers to the devastating coronavirus pandemic. It is an infectious disease that arrived in the world as a pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2, a part of the coronavirus family. The virus spreads from an infected person when they cough or sneeze through droplets released into the air. Common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, cough, tiredness, and loss of taste or smell. It appears that symptoms are showing up in people within 14 days of exposure to the virus. The novel virus was first identified in Uhan, China on December 2019 and soon the virus spread around the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) announced the outbreak as a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Since then, more than 661 million cases and 6.69 million confirmed deaths made it one of the deadliest of all time. There was no treatment for the COVID-19-affected person and medicines to give as per symptoms. A high level of anxiety was there in people’s minds. A lot of people died to a lack of proper awareness and information. Along with this, being overflowed with patients, the health system of many countries collapsed. The United States, Brazil, India, Russia, Mexico, Peru, the United Kingdom, Italy, and France are top of the list by death. It also affected the economy and lifestyle of the people deadly. Many countries declared lockdown as a preventive measure. On the one side when people were losing lives, the contrary, economic growth was shrinking. Almost all of the countries experienced less economic progress than expected. An increasing rate of inflammation and price hikes in daily essential products were the common scenario worldwide due to the lockdown. A Huge number of working people lost their jobs and starved without food. The closure of different educational institutions made unrepairable damage to the students. As a developing country, our situation was the worst. About 2 million cases were found and the death toll is around 30 thousand. Though the virus has become weakened over time and approximately 5.5 billion people have been vaccinated around the world. But we have to keep in mind that there is no treatment for COVID-19 and maintain the health rules as much as we can to get rid of the virus. And always remember the motto, ‘‘Stay safe and live clean.”

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