EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF 2019 NOVEL CORONA VIRUS: A REVIEW
Keywords:corona virus, ELISA, Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs), Dromedary camels, WHO, Wuhan City
Middle East respiratory disorder (MERS), having a high demise rate, which radiate from the Middle East. Novel Corona virus is the causative living being for MERS and (2019-nCoV) was recognized infection by Chinese experts on 7 January. On 31 December 2019, the WHO China Country Office was educated regarding instances of pneumonia of obscure etiologic (obscure reason) identified in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China. Besides, MERS-CoV first found in dromedary camels and in bats, people. Proof recommends that animals are acting as host for MERS-CoV and transmitting the malady to people. Till the finish of November 2019, an aggregate of 2494 lab instances of Middle East respiratory disorder (MERS), were recorded which incorporates 858 deaths around the world. At present, no drug or immunization is accessible for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. As we knew that prevention is better than cure, taking precautions before attacking of the disease is the best way of preventing disease. In this study we discussed about the pathological aspects, treatment strategies and precautions of the disease.
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