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It is Not an Aberration, It is Fragment of our Correlated Viral Age

Amulya Nigam, Kriti Khatri


Corona viruses are a cluster of allied contamination of germs that is originated in creatures and birds. In humanoid, corona viruses are rooted through respiratory, wheezing zone which infects the body and fluctuates from lightest to life threatening stage. The incurable classification of diseases are Severe acute respiratory syndrome-related corona virus (SARS), Middle East respiratory syndrome-related corona virus (MERS) and COVID-19. Till now, this contaminated germ disease does not have inoculation or antiviral agent to cure humanoid corona virus infections. Corona virus has spread from the Wuhan city, China. Researchers found that it can be natural evolution or biological weapon. Both these statements are claimed but not confirmed. Investigators have been studying about the various biological genotypes which leads to different combinations. It is a part of a blueprint of growingly regular epidemics that have corresponded with globalization, urbanization and climate transform. As civilization becomes more associated, teamwork and further assistance will be considered necessary to condense the impact of upcoming future epidemics. Understanding the reality of the spread will lead to solve the problem for future reference. The key to solve this epidemic is to understand the basic cause of the spread. In our worldwide civilization, breakout of infectious disease can shift from an inaccessible rural community to a highlighted major city on the other side of the world in under 40 h.


Wuhan city, China, Corona virus, genetic study, biological weapon, natural evolution

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