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Thursday, February 27, 2020
How to behave in case of Coronavirus

In response to the increasing threat of Coronavirus and the fact that subsequent outbreaks are in Italy, please read the information regarding the prevention of this disease.

Virus infection cases causing COVID-19 have been reported in China, as well as in other regions of Asia, Europe, Oceania and North America. The most often symptoms of infection are cough, shortness of breath, fever, muscle aches and fatigue.

The virus spreads by droplet. In order to avoid infection you should wash your hands using soap and water, while coughing and sneezing cover your nose and mouth with bent elbow or tissue, keep distance from people who are sick, avoid touching mouth, eyes and nose.

Students who have returned from abroad and had a possibility for contact with the virus and those who suspect illness or have disturbing symptoms will receive excuses for absence from classes for a period of two weeks. 

For more information about Coronavirus go to websites:,siedem-mitow-na-temat-koronawirusa-z-wuhan,film,13921899.html,wszystko--co-trzeba-wiedziec-o-koronawirusie--informacje-ministerstwa-zdrowia,artykul,75125782.html

This information is directed especially to people who have just returned from Italy or who have been in the affected area for the last two weeks. People who have observed any disease symptoms ( cough, runny nose, difficulty in breathing) should immediately contact the nearest infectious disease department or the District Sanitary - Epidemiological Station in Gliwice.

Created: Thursday, February 27, 2020 1:02 PM, by: Katarzyna Wojewódka
Last modified: Thursday, February 27, 2020 1:04 PM, by: Katarzyna Wojewódka
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