Corona Viruses, virus, infection, prevention, treatment, symptoms, vaccine, pandemic, epidemic, and everything you must know to survive COVID19(covid20)

by S.Ali 3 months ago in science

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Corona Viruses, virus, infection, prevention, treatment, symptoms, vaccine, pandemic, epidemic, and everything you must know to survive COVID19(covid20)

Now I know what you are thinking another article about washing hands 5 times a day which you hopefully are already doing, but no wait! This article is on a different approach.

Covid19 is a virus, the corona is a family of viruses, yes you heard it, Family, just like your or mine families. The Virus is not alone it is having so many of its types.

Now you may think how are there so many types? How could it be possible, well so you see these viruses are not alive like you, and me, and even bacteria?

A Virus is a coding of genetic material locked inside a protein Capsule. Viruses contain RNAs and DNAs, what they do they inject their genetic material in one of your cells, like coding or best example may be hacking.

Each Cell in Human is having a nucleus filled with pair of 24 chromosomes, each of these chromosomes contains genes, each of these genes contains DNA, DNA is a ladder-like structure that contains all the guidelines to make a single protein.

When Viruses attack a Cell they inject their DNA material in the DNA material of the host Cell. The Ribosome is then given Viral DNA to create more viruses hence, that's how viruses spread in your body they use each of your cells as a Virus making factory.

Coronavirus is a mutation of pneumonia, and influenza virus; Mutation is the process of having unfamiliar changes in DNA coding. That is how mutants are produced so you see just like in the movies, influenza is a normal human but Corona is a mutant.

The reason for no possible cure is it's continuous never stopping mutation the Virus is creating its endless types every day by changing its DNA mutating, and replicating it every day.

This way when someone finally approaches a cure for the previous type a whole new mutant type is already established, resulting as the Virus being unstoppable.

Most people infected with the virus are likely to recover without developing serious issues, Older people or People diagnosed with diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, Cancer, Chronic respiratory disease, etc. May suffer a serious illness.

If you wash your damn hands 5 times a day congratulations you will be free of this mess however, you also need to not touch your face, be away from people, yes that is the biggest source of spread, us!

Protect yourself and others from infection by washing your hands or using an alcohol-based rub frequently.

The COVID-19 virus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes, so it’s important that you also practice respiratory etiquette (for example, by coughing into a flexed elbow)

In symptoms, they are very similar to influenza, and Pneumonia, the person is likely to develop a respiratory disorder in 15 days, if not treated on time the Virus may affect other organs like Kidney, Heart, and abdomen, etc. Resulting in several new diseases.

There is no vaccine in sight or treatment produced yet. Be safe, but many ongoing clinical trials are evaluating potential treatments. You will be informed soon of any new findings.

It's a difficult time for all of us. It's a pandemic, for that we must support each other, if you want to support deserving people, you never know what changes your simple act of goodness could bring to the world. So if you like the article then I would highly appreciate it if you tip it with the tip button option below.


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I am Sajjad Ali. I am a medical student, I started writing in 2017 as I published my first book Sisters on local publication in Pakistan, then on Litnet website. I hope you love me, and my writings.

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