Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Coronaviruses are a particular class of virus that can affect people and lead to respiratory conditions. The virus is known as "corona" because of the many spikes that resemble crowns on its surface. SARS, Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), and the common cold are all illnesses brought on by coronaviruses. Immune systems of hosts can help in the fight against disease. Mammalian hosts respond to infections with an innate, typically inflammatory, reaction that is followed by an adaptive response. Infectious disease is the area of medicine that deals with infections. Scientists are still baffled by COVID-19. What is known is that individuals with COVID-19 infection can spread the virus to others before they exhibit symptoms (when they are still "asymptomatic"). If you do develop symptoms, the CDC states that you are no longer contagious 10 days following the onset of your symptoms.

  • Track 1-1 Diagnosis
  • Track 2-2 Prevention
  • Track 3-3 Management

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