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Young entrepreneur from Kashmir
As many employees, especially in the software services sector, are forced to work from home due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the move could turn out to be an inflection point for the Indian IT industry, During this pandemic , Tehleel Manzoor (Young Indian Entrepreneur)From Srinagar City is the Founder & CEO of 8teq a start up company based in India | Chandigarh which provide digital marketing , website development , app development SEO like services , 8teq Provide best webhosting solution india . 8teq also have many sub branches in different country , Besides all these services , Tehleel Manzoor is working on a mission of bringing a changes in the current educations system using new technologies.
Tehleel Manzoor , a young Indian entrepreneur, born and brought up in Jammu and Kashmir. From the days of his childhood, he is quite active and a keen learner. He was born with curiosity and always wanted to learn new things and grow his thinking power. After completing his college, slowly he understands the importance and needs for digital marketing. He started learning from the base and went through various articles, blogs, courses, videos and many more, which can help in growing his knowledge base.
Tehleel Manzoor always focuses in his work and keeps learning new things daily which makes him to stay updated with the latest trend.
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Digital world and Kashmir
As the advancement in technology, the world has become a global village, means that we can coonect to the any part of world by just sitting at our home, on seeing the massive benifits of modern technology, all constitutions of the globe has make the use of modern technology as the fundamental right of there citizens. India being the developing and democratic country too joins the race and make the use of technology as the fundamental right in their constitution. Now india claims that itz illegally occupied part jammu and kashmir enjoys all of rights of constitution of india and shows the world that we cosider the right of every citizen equally. But the ground situation is somewhat different from showoff, high speed internet has been barred in IOK for last 8 months, we have been isolated from rest of world. Our students are suffering the worst that can't take the online classes on 2G network. Where is world and where are the organizations of world like UN, UNESCO, AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, they claim that they are preacher of justice of human rights. Do we kashmiris not need the internet ? Are we not the humans who should enjoy every right of constitution ?
We appeal the world to look into the matter, why we are not allowed to use technology. Is it like the indians will voilate the human rights and rest of world will remain silent.
Modi and Muslims of india
The sudden change in india polity catched everyone's eye before 6 years, when the non-ruling party BJP came into existence. It almost astonished every person on this planet, because it was facing a lot of criticism due to brutal nature of its members, whose role was dominant in Gujrat roits, the same leaders massacred many muslim families, their followers burnt, rapped, killed the innocent muslims of gujrat. Still they managed to become the ruling party of india.
Muslims have faced a lot of problems under the leadership of Mr Modi, apart from triple talaaq, ram mandir issues, muslims are being used as references for spreading covid 19, even WHO was very much anguish over the propaganda of indian govt regarding that.
Diseases don't see the religion, caste or creed. Whole world is trying to combat with covid 19, so should our country do.
Plzzz itz my humble request to all my brothers and sisters plzzz don't troll muslims for covid 19, we can fight with it. United we stand, divided we fall.
A brief view of covid 19
An The 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak is an ongoing global outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 that has been declared a public health emergency of international concern
It is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus first identified at wuhan china. It is a postive sense RNA virus having four structural proteins S (spike) E (envelop) M (membrane) N (nucleocapsid). In simple terms the S protein of virus binds with ACE-2 thus destroys the respiratory cells.
As of 6 March 2020 there were 100,645 confirmed cases of infection of which 80,573 are from china and others from rest of world. The total no of deaths attributed to this virus are 3411. Thus fatility rate as of now is .
The primary mode of transmission is via respiratory droplets, these remain suspended in air for a shorter period of time but may stay viable and contagious on metal, glass or plastic surface. However they remain viable on clothes or surfaces for about 6-12 hours. It can infect the person at the distance of 3-6 feet from infected person if he sneezes or coughs.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
The infected may be asymptomatic or symptomatic. The main symptoms developed are on the basis of ion = 33.4%
Shortness of breath = 18.6%
Muscle pain = 14.8%
Sore throat = 13.9%
Headache = 13.6%
Chills = 11.4%
Nausea and vomiting = 5%
Nasal congestion = 4.8%
Diarrhea = 3.7%
Heamoptysis = 0.9%
Conjuctival congestion = 0.8%
- Wash your hand frequently
Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with a alchol based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.
- Maintain social distance
Maintain atleast 3 feet distance from the person who coughs or sneezes.
- Avoid touching mouth, nose and eyes
Hands touch many surfaces contaminated with viruses once contaminated they can transfer it to mouth and eyes. From these viruses enter you body.
- Practice respiratory hygiene
Make sure people around you practice very good respiratory hygiene. This means covering your nose and mouth with bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose the used tissue immediately and wash hands.
- Remain hydrated as viruses easily penetrate the dry mucous membrane. So ensure that you are taking enough water.
- Maintain the body temperature as the virus is heat sensitive gets inactivated at higher temperature.
- Eat ginger and do more excercise as it helps to increase body temperature keeps you healthy and warmer. CORONAVIRUS gets inactivated at 26-27 degrees.
- Consult the docter if above symptoms appear.
WHEN TO USE MASK
- If you are healthy you only need to wear a mask if you are taking care of a person who has been infected with 2019- nCoV infection.
- Wear a mask if you are coughing or sneezing.
- Masks are effective only when used in combination with frequent handwashing with soap and water or with alchol based hand rub.
HOW TO USE, TAKE-OFF AND DISPOSE MASK PROPERLY
- Before wearing mask clean your hands by using above said method.
- Cover mouth and nose with mask and make sure there are no gaps between your face and mask.
- Avoid touching mask while using it , if you do wash hands with soap and water.
- Replace the mask with a new one as soon as it is damp and don't use single use masks.
- To remove the mask remove it from behind, don't touch its front side, discard immediately in a closed bin, clean your hands.
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The Lexington Health Care Center in Elmhurst, for the past three years, has been home to Doris Van until she died at the age of 72 from Coronavirus on April 1st. Her daughter, Becton, had no idea that her mother was sick. She only came to know this only when she was taken to the hospital.
In addition to the fact that Van tested positive for COVID-19, yet Becton learned sometime later, a ulcer and microbes disease contributed toward her mom's death,conditions Van contracted while Lexington was on lockdown, she said. Becton said a composed arrangement with the nursing home required they reach her about her mom's evolving wellbeing. Stephanie Roberts has a comparative tale about her mom who passed on Easter. Roberts' 78-year-old mother was an occupant of Winston Manor nursing home in Bucktown.
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