Virus Cavid-19 symptoms and biography
Corona Virus was first seen as 1960 an infectious bronchitis virus in chickens. Than ‘Human Corona-virus 221-E’ and ‘Human Corona-virus OC-43’ are two common types of viruses in were discovered in the common cold and cough. Later, some other species of viruses were found, notable SARS-CoV in 2003, ‘HCov NL-63’ in 2004, ‘HKU-1’ in 2005, ‘MERS-CoV’ in 2012.
Corona virus it’s also known as the cavid-19. In recent times the headline of every media in the world have spread. The Virus is spreading rapidly in various parts of Asia and beyond. As a general precaution, you can reduce the risk of transmission and spread of the virus.
About 7,85,000 people have been infected with the new virus, About 1,65,000 have been healed and nearly 38000 have died. No antidote for this disease has yet been discovered.
Although the world has been waking up since December last year to fight corona-virus, We are still spending every moment in fear and uncertainty, despite the efforts of scientists around the world.
Some Questions about the corona virus were raised that everyone needs to know.
Primary symptoms of corona virus?
* Dry Cough
* Sore throat
* Disorders of the organs
* Stomach problem
* In some patients, all of above symptoms can be seen but not fever.
Should medical mask be worn?
Medical masks help to keep the spread of other diseases, including corona virus, to a limited extent. However, it using isn’t enough to reduce the infection. Improved masks should be worn regularly to keep the mask clean and regular washing of hands and non-contact with a potentially infected person is the best way to reduce the risk of infection.
At what age are people at greater risk?
People of all ages can be infected with the virus. One thing to note, however, is that no children have been infected with the Corona virus. However, in older people, the virus can be fatal.
A total of 44 projects in the world are underway to detect corona virus vaccine. ‘Kate Broderick’ is a member of a team of scientists and researchers employed in this work. He is an experienced gene scientist.
Kate Broderick works in Innovio, a US biotechnology company.
The company expects to produce one million doses of Cavid-19 by December this year. But where is the vaccine available, who is not yet sure?