All About Coronavirus

The work of any news agency or website regarding the discovery of a new virus-like the coronavirus

is sure to be controversial, as there are numerous theories surrounding this virus. The fact is that the virus, the virus in question, has been circulating for many years and has not been found in nature, so it's not a brand new virus. It's a strain of coronavirus, which is a respiratory disease.

Is the virus a public health issue? This is a subject that will be debated for a long time, as the virus has not been properly identified. Although it's possible that the virus was contaminated through a person-to-person contact, such as from a health care worker with the virus, it is highly unlikely. It's also likely that a person might not be able to cough up the virus if they have not had a recent bout with the disease.

There are those who feel that the way that the virus is spread means that it can be considered as a disease. They feel that it has the capacity to jump species from one person to another person through contact. What will be defined as a case of the disease and what is only circumstantial evidence, will remain to be discussed in the future.
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Should it be classified as a specific disease? The disease is the coronavirus, and it is a strain of coronavirus. We have found the virus in the body of people, but the body has not been infected by the virus.

Why has the term 'viral disease

' become a synonym for Ebola? This virus may appear to be harmless, but the chances of it finding its way into the blood stream and causing an infection are not high. It is not an airborne virus, so there is no reason why anyone would get the virus just by flying. It is also not contagious, as it cannot be passed on through droplets, sneezing, coughing or kissing.

What are viral diseases? Viruses are non-living microorganisms that do not reproduce themselves. Some viruses live in our body but others are able to pass on their genetic material to other cells in the body. They are known as the carriers of the genes and can be transmitted by means of various bodily fluids.

Have any people contracted cancer due to the coronavirus? It's a good question to consider, as there is a need to define the term 'cancer' to include the word 'cancerous'. The diagnosis of cancer is often by way of tissue tests. A lump on the arm could be cancerous, but the lump is not associated with any cancerous cells in the body. The diagnosis of cancer is a result of using cytology.

Since the coronavirus is not cancerous, the same criteria should be used to determine if the discovery of the virus causes cancer. There are no tests that can differentiate between cancer and viral illnesses like coronavirus.

In a situation where cancer is suspected, does the coronavirus cause cancer? The answer is, "Yes", but the exact cause of cancer has not yet been determined.

Have any children at a child care facility contracted the virus? Again, the answer is, "No". It appears that the virus has not spread.

Have any school children developed the virus? The answer is "No" - this is not so since there has been no indication that this disease has spread from person to person.

If public health workers are working with children, are children contracted with the virus? As far as the children are concerned, no, since no one has been infected with the virus. However, it's not clear whether this disease was transmitted via contact with infected materials or by skin-to-skin contact.

Author's Bio: 

Md Sahin Alom is a Professional Health blogger and Digital Marketing Expert.