Covid-19 Interview questions for All - Latest and Most FAQ of 2020

Below questions is for everyone for upcoming interview questions due to effect of Covid-19 every interviewer must ask at-least one question related to Covid-19.

Questions whose answers depend on you....
1. Your job was safe during Covid-19 lockdown?
2. How much workload you faced during lockdown?
3. During lockdown were you able to do work from home?
4. How much salary you was getting full or there was some deduction?
5. During lockdown you stayed your hometown or job-city?

Basic Questions with Answers must prepare

6. What are coronaviruses?
Coronaviruses are a wide family of viruses known for many years, which can affect both animals and people. They produce clinical pictures ranging from the common cold to more serious diseases, such as the coronavirus that caused severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS-CoV) and the coronavirus that causes respiratory syndrome in the Middle East (MERS-CoV).
7. What is the new coronavirus 2019 (Covid-19)?
It is a new type of coronavirus that can affect people and was first detected in December 2019 in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. The focus of the virus was a market with the presence of animals.

8. What symptoms does it cause?
The most common symptoms include fever, cough, tiredness, and feeling short of breath. In more severe cases, the infection can cause pneumonia, severe difficulty breathing, kidney failure, and even death. The most serious cases generally occur in elderly people or those who suffer from some other disease such as heart, lung or immunity problems.

9. How can I get infected?
The contagion occurs in exactly the same way as the common influenza virus by contact with respiratory secretions that are generated by a sick person's cough or sneeze. These secretions only cause an infection if they come into contact with the mucosa of the nose, eyes or mouth. This is why it is very important to wash your hands often.

10. Is there a specific treatment for coronavirus?
Currently, there is no specific treatment, but there are many treatments to control your symptoms. The creation of a vaccine is being studied, but the WHO calculates that it will not be effective for another year.
11. Do I have to be afraid?
We must be alert, but in no case should we be afraid. It should not be forgotten that the coronavirus mortality rate is between 1 and 4%. Of these between 68 and 70% are people who have a basic pathology. The incidence rate in Hubei (China) is 1.2 infected per 100,000 inhabitants.

12. What can I do to protect myself?
- It is advisable to stay home and follow the instructions of the health authorities.
- Carry out frequent hand hygiene (washing with soap and water or alcoholic solutions), especially after direct contact with sick people or their surroundings.
- Avoid close contact with people who show signs of respiratory disease, such as coughing or sneezing.
- Keep a distance of approximately one meter from people with symptoms of acute respiratory infection.
- Cover your mouth and nose with disposable tissues or a cloth when cough or sneeze and wash your hands.
- In case of suspected infection, it is best to stay home and call 061.



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