Coronas Disease

Corona Virus

Coronas Disease

The Corona Virus is one of the deadliest viruses known to man. It is often referred to as the Blue Virus. It has been a major cause of death and disease in a number of tropical countries such as Africa, India, Thailand, Vietnam, and others. It has also been responsible for deaths and outbreaks of diseases in people who are unwell, ill, or pregnant. In rare instances, they may be transmitted from humans to animals.

This is the first of what will become two major diseases caused by this highly pathogenic fungus. It is highly infectious and spreads rapidly through bodily fluids, especially the eyes, skin, and mouth. Most humans usually catch the Corona Virus through close physical contact with an infected person. However, some people may have caught the virus through mosquitoes, respiratory machinery, or contaminated food. There is no way to detect whether or not a person has contracted the virus. The common colds usually last around two weeks, while pneumonia can last up to eight weeks.

Meningitis is usually the first symptom that humans experience with their Corona Virus. The common cold usually lasts about ten days, while the men’s meningitis lasts between four and eight weeks. Symptoms of the men’s version include fever, headaches, dry cough, swollen glands in the neck and throat, tiredness, loss of appetite, diarrhea, vomiting, and yellowing of the skin and eyes. Pus-filled blisters appear in the mouth and throat area and usually end up there.

There have been theories that the Corona Virus, also called the Greenflu virus, is responsible for causing cases of Cerebral Palsy in children. While this remains a possible correlation, there is no hard evidence to prove that. There are other viruses common among humans that have not been linked to any known cause. It has been difficult to trace exactly how these viruses affect humans, since they are of various strains and can come from all sorts of places.

One virus that has been isolated, however, is the Corona Virus, and it has been shown to have links to other rare diseases such as Paget’s disease, an illness that affects the spinal cord. The virus has also been suspected of being the cause of Sars, or a group of infections that are characterized by painful blisters and sores in the throat and mouth. Although not completely clear, it is now thought that the Sars-Cov virus, another highly contagious disease, may have a link to the Corona virus. No one has been able to confirm this yet, but it is important to note that both diseases share some commonalities in their symptoms, and both are infectious through contact with bodily secretions.

It is not known exactly why the Corona virus family is transmitted through close contact. However, some scientists believe that it may have something to do with genetics. It is possible that the Corona family has a genetic component that makes them particularly susceptible to being passed on from one generation to another. This would explain why the Corona family is most commonly found among Filipinos.