In early 2020, a new virus began to spread all over the world that name is Covid 19. We all know that the world has suffered a tough time because of the pandemic Covid 19 (the most dangerous virus till now). Many people died who didn't get the proper treatment. Earlier the virus was in a few areas but now it has spread all over the world. The cases are spreading continuously. The people are suffering and dying. Even the lockdown didn't reduce the corona cases in India.

First, it was spotted in a food market in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. From there, the virus reached other countries as distant as the United States and the Philippines. Now the Covid 19 virus is spread all over the world.


What is Covid 19?

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that are common throughout the world and may cause respiratory illness in people and animals. Several known coronaviruses infect people and usually only cause mild respiratory illness, like the common cold. However, two previously identified coronaviruses have caused severe illness — Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) coronavirus and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus. While coronaviruses (COVID-19) is a new strain of the virus that had previously not been identified in humans. The most important features of COVID-19 are respiratory symptoms with a fever and cough.

The corona is a contagious disease in which Covid 19 virus may be spread through contact with certain bodily fluids, like droplets during a cough. it might even be caused by touching something an infected person has touched and then touching your hand to your mouth, nose, or eyes.


Symptoms of COVID-19

Doctors are working so hard to overcome this pandemic. They learn new things about the coronavirus every single day. We know that the virus COVID-19 may not cause any symptoms for some people, but the test is positive. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 shows in many of the people are:

  • Fever - a mild or high fever is seen in some of the COVID-19 patients.
  • Dry cough
  • Fatigue - Extreme tiredness has been observed in all the patients.


Other common symptoms that are less common and may affect some patients which includes:

  • Loss of taste or smell - Covid patients lost their taste buds that means they didn't get the taste of any food and also the smell. 
  • Nasal congestion,
  • Conjunctivitis (also known as red eyes)
  • Sore throat
  • Headache - Intense headache is seen in some of the patients.
  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Different types of skin rash
  • Nausea or vomiting - The corona patient always feels like vomiting.
  • Diarrhea
  • Chills or dizziness.


Symptoms of severe COVID?19 disease include:

  • Shortness of breath,
  • Loss of appetite,
  • Confusion,
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest,
  • High temperature (above 38 °C).


Other less common symptoms are:

  • Irritability,
  • Confusion,
  • Reduced consciousness (sometimes associated with seizures),
  • Anxiety,
  • Depression,
  • Sleep disorders,
  • Having more severe and rare neurological problems such as strokes, brain inflammation, delirium, and nerve damage.


As reported to the researchers in Wuhan, China, these were the most common symptoms among people who had COVID-19 which are:

  • Fever - 99%
  • Fatigue - 70%
  • Cough - 59%
  • Lack of appetite - 40%
  • Body aches - 35%
  • Shortness of breath - 31%
  • Mucus/phlegm - 27%

People of all ages who experience fever and/or cough and have difficulty in breathing or shortness of breath, chest pain or pressure, or loss of speech or movement should seek medical care immediately. If possible, call your healthcare provider, hotline, or health facility first, so you can be directed to the right clinic.


What to do at that time when you have the chance of COVID 19?

If you live in or have traveled to a neighborhood where COVID-19 is spreading:

  • If you have some health issues, then stay at home. Although you have mild symptoms like a headache and runny nose, stay in until you’re better. This lets doctors specialize in people who are more seriously ill and protects health care workers and other people you would possibly meet along the way. you might hear this called self-quarantine. try to stay in a separate room far away from people in your home. Use a separate bathroom if you can.
  • Call the doctor if you have trouble breathing and any nausea problems. You need to get medical help immediately. Calling ahead (rather than showing up) will let the doctor direct you to the right place, which may not be your doctor’s office. If any of you don’t have a family doctor, call your local board of health. They will tell you where to go for testing and treatment.
  • Follow the doctor’s advice and always use precautions and continue with the news on COVID-19.  You’ll get the care you need and information on the way to prevent the virus from spreading.
  • Keep maintaining distance from everyone. As well all know it is a contagious disease which spreads from one person to another, so maintaining one distance with everyone is good for you and them also.
  • Prevention is better than cure. It's a simple meaning that always uses precautions while going outside or having some work. Sanitize hands regularly.


Coronavirus Diagnosis

If you think you have COVID-19, the first step is to do a test. Testing is most important depends on the availability of where you live, now it is available in many private hospitals also. Check your local health department to check what locations near you're doing testing. This might include hospitals and pharmacies that provide drive-thru testing. In this testing, they will allow you to stay in your car to prevent the possible spread of COVID-19. Depending on the location, someone may approach your car to collect a sample, or they'll ask you to collect it yourself. Now the samples for COVID-19 tests are collected through the nasal swabs and taken in sensitized equipment. Depending on where you get your test, you'll get your results the same day otherwise you may have to wait a couple of days.

Many fake kits are also available in the market. Confirm you're only getting COVID-19 tests from trusted health care providers. If you have an issue with the reliability of a test, speak to your family doctor. determine more about COVID-19 testing.

If you have or believe you have COVID-19, your doctor may suggest you self-isolate to prevent the spread of infection. It’s also important to remember that even if you get a negative test, you'll still need to self-isolate if you have been exposed to COVID-19. This is often because it can take time after exposure for your sample to indicate a COVID-19 infection.


Coronavirus Prevention

The best way to prevent the Covid-19 is to avoid meeting people and limit the contacts who are showing the symptoms of coronavirus and any respiratory problems. Our safety is in our hands. If we work with safety, then we will not suffer any diseases. Here are some prevention tips that everyone must follow to beat the COVID 19 virus.

  • Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds at a time with warm water and sanitized soap.
  • Use sanitizer frequently and keep it in your pocket whenever you go out and touch anything.
  • Do not touch your face, eyes, nose, or mouth when your hands are dirty.
  • Don’t leave your home if you’re feeling sick or have any cold or flu symptoms.
  • Stay at least 6 feet (2 meters) faraway from people. Avoid crowds and huge gatherings.
  • Cover your mouth with a cloth or tissue or the inside of your elbow whenever you sneeze or cough. Throw away any tissues you use directly.
  • Always wear a mask whenever you go out or even in your home.
  • Take a warm bath after returning from any kind of work outside.
  • Clean every object and utensils you touch a lot. Use a disinfectant spray on objects like phones, computers, and doorknobs.
  • You can use soap and water for objects that you work in the kitchen, or eat with, like utensils and dishware.


COVID-19 Preparation Tips

It's best to organize before someone in your house gets sick. Here are some ways to fill the stocks at home and be ready for the Covid 19:

  • Food and water. Choose food that does not need to be in the refrigerator and can stay good on the shelf for an extended time. Buy canned foods and juices, rice, dried beans, granola bars, spread, and cereal. Get baby foods, if needed. If you have pets, fill up on what they need. The food your family likes when sick. These might include things like soup, crackers, and fluids to remain hydrated.
  • Household supplies. do not forget tissue paper, paper towels, shampoo, toothpaste, and dish soap.
  • Medicines. ensure prescriptions are filled and available. Get over-the-counter (nonprescription) fever reducers. Your doctor can advise you on how to use them.
  • A thermometer to regularly check the temperature. depending on your child's age, you would possibly need a digital thermometer, temporal artery thermometer, or electronic ear (tympanic) thermometer.
  • Cleaning supplies. If someone is having health issues, regularly wash and wipe down things that get touched plenty of times (like doorknobs, cellphones, and handles).
  • Stock plenty of hand soap. Using soap and water to wash hands when staying at home is best. you can use hand sanitizer if soap and water aren't available. Safely store hand sanitizer and cleaning products out of reach of the children.
  • Masks or face coverings. Masks are important for going out. Although they can also help to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at home. At Indoor, if anyone is sick, he/she should wear a mask when around others to prevent spreading the virus.


How can we help to stop the spreading of the coronavirus?

Well, there are various methods that you can use to prevent the spreading of coronavirus. Let's start with simple 3 ways:

  1. Wear a mask when you go out.
  2. Stay 6 feet away from everyone.
  3. Avoid crowded gatherings.


1. Wear a Mask

  • Masking over your nose and mouth helps you to prevent the entry of germs into your body.
  • Without wearing a mask, the chances of spreading corona are more.
  • People must wear a mask in public or when going out and around people who don’t live in your household, especially when from others social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.
  • If anyone has breathing problems then masks can be avoided but then they have to take the special quarantine.


2. Stay 6 feet away from everyone

  • At your home: Stay away from those people who are sick and maintain some distance from them.
  • Outside: Always maintain 6 feet distance from everyone.
  • Keeping distance is most important in this pandemic because the virus in some people don't show the symptoms, so the chances of getting yourself sick are higher.


3. Avoid crowded area

  • Being in a crowded place will put you at higher risk for COVID-19, so keep maintaining distance and avoid crowded places like restaurants, parks, gyms, bars, etc.


4. Wash hands frequently

  • Washing hands is a good habit but now it is necessary to wash hands immediately with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing or touching your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • You can also use hand sanitizer which contains 60% alcohol instead of soap and water.
  • Avoid touching body parts with dirty hands especially the nose, eyes, and mouth.


5. Monitor your health daily:

  • Monitoring your health daily is a must in the coronavirus especially for people above 50.
  • It gives you the comfort that you are fine and you don't have to worry.


Coronavirus Vaccine

Two vaccines are now has been approved for an emergency, one is covaxin, and the other is Covisheild. In India’s immunization program, the Oxford / AstraZeneca vaccine, known in India as Covishield, and a domestic product, Covaxin, developed by the pharmaceutical company Bharat Biotech.

The approval of Bharat Biotech’s vaccine, which is co-sponsored by an Indian government, has been proved controversial. Covaxin remains in phase 3 human trials and a full dataset on its efficacy has not been released or peer-reviewed, unlike the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine or the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines which have been authorized in the UK and also the US. The government ordered a huge number of Covaxin and Covisheild almost 5.5m doses of Covaxin and 11m doses of Covishield.


Why is Krishiv Hospital the Best Covid-19 Treatment Hospital in Jaipur?

The state might have reported a gradual decline in Covid-19 cases, the city’s hospitals are revealing a distinct picture with a number of the highest corporate and private hospitals running with full capacity. Patients are finding it difficult to get admission to private hospitals for treatment. Similarly, In the government hospitals that run the biggest dedicated Covid-19 Hospital, all the ventilators were fully occupied on Wednesday.

In Jaipur city, many hospitals including 7 government hospitals and few private and corporate hospitals are providing Covid treatment. One of them is Krishiv Multispecialty Hospital which has now been approved to treat corona patients. Krishiv Hospital provides the best treatment and services to corona patients that is why it is known as the Best Covid-19 Treatment Hospital in Jaipur.

Krishiv Hospital provides all necessary support systems to help the patients to recover. Before there was no cure for COVID-19 but now the vaccine has arrived, they provide special supportive care and take care of our patient’s vital organs. A team of trained nurses and qualified doctors makes a good pair and gives you their best treatment.

Krishiv Hospital is the best Hospital in Jaipur providing quality Treatment to Covid-19 Patients. Covid Treatment in Private hospital is best in Krishiv Hospital as we provide all necessary support systems to help patients recover. Since there is no cure for COVID-19 as of now, we provide special supportive care and take care of our patient’s vital organs.

We have adequate staff comprising of specially trained doctors and nurses who monitor the oxygen level and provide treatment. Our staff takes all the preventive measures to maintain safety and stop the contamination.


Krishiv Hospital is the dedicated COVID hospital of L3 level in the whole Jaipur Region. It is an authorized centre by the Government . Any COVID patient who has been clinically assigned as ‘severe’ can be admitted.



  • NABL Accredited True NAT testing facility for COVID-19 testing

  • Rapid Antibody testing, IL-6 testing

  • Advance High Flow Nasal Cannula (HFNC) machines in ICU

  • Dedicated dialysis machine for COVID patient in ICUs

  • Plasma Therapy and other advance therapies for severe COVID patients,

  • Plasma Apheresis machine for plasma donation

  • Specialized diet plans for patients

  • Central COVID Control Room for attendants and family members to provide regular upkeep of


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