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Virology: Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), symptoms,causes,effects details

Coronavirus (MERS-Cov) details and its effects on organisms

A unique coronavirus is called "Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus" (Mers-cov), which was first found in Saudi Arabia in 2012, and then it was spread to many other countries including the United States. Most people infected with MERS-cov have a severe respiratory disease, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath. The virus was active in South Korea some time ago.

Coronavirus is a common virus that lasts for some time in most people's life. Human Coronavirus is usually due to diseases of the upper respiratory tract. The name of Coronavirus is due to its superficial tips like crown or crown. There are four main sub-groups of the Coronavirus, which are known as alpha, beta, gamma, delta.

Coronavirus can affect many different animals and may be due to respiratory, gastroenteritis, liver, and neurological disorders. Most of this coronavirus usually infect a small number of only one species of animal species or more closely related species. However, some coronavirus is caused by a SARS, which can affect both people and animals.

This virus spreads mainly through contact with the camels, but it can also spread through human fluids and droplets. According to the European Disease Prevention and Control Center, 1167 cases of this virus have been found worldwide and 479 patients have died.

This research was conducted by the international team who had been identified as proof of previous or current MERS transition in more than 800 camels or Arab camels. Changes in animal husbandry can reduce human MERS infection.


 

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