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News / 2020.04.23

FAQ and latest information on New Coronavirus Infection

FAQ and latest information on New Coronavirus Infection
*Let’s try our best to collaborate, with the right knowledge*

The so-called New Coronavirus (SARS-Cov2) is one among the seven types of coronavirus known up to now. It is said that coronavirus usually is passed over between animals of the same species, but rarely passes to animals of a different species and loses its infectivity with 70% alcohol disinfectant.

There are mainly two ways for the infection to spread. A “droplet infection” is one where the virus, expelled via sneezing and coughing of the infected subject, is then inhaled via nose and mouth. A “contact infection” happens when touching the mouth with hands which previously entered in contact with chairs and doorknobs where the virus was attached. 

Effective measures for preventing infection are handwashing and gargling. It is also important to strengthen one’s immunity with enough sleep and a balanced diet.

For more details, see here (Prime Minister Cabinet Official Website) :

About New Coronavirus (SARS-Cov2):

For further information on New Coronavirus, you can check the following websites.

Latest information about New Coronavirus infection, by the Japanese Government

Information on New Coronavirus from embassies of several countries


Special websites related to New Coronavirus infection



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* If you search for “COVID-19” as follows, you can see the Google designated sites

FAQ about New Coronavirus Infection Outbreak

At the moment there is a lot of information about New Coronavirus broadcasted on websites and SNS. Let’s think logically about preventing measures, holding the right knowledge and without panicking.

Click here for FAQ about New Coronavirus Infection:

Click here for FAQ directed to families with children:

Click here for FAQ directed to those who have pets:
(Public Association) Japan Hospital Association: