The Wuhan coronavirus from China is now a pandemic that circles the globe. On Jan30, 2020, WHO declared a “Public health emergency of International concern.”
Let’s know about the cause of coronavirus.
What is Coronavirus?
Corona Virus is known for containing strains that cause illness like common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV) that can even lead to death in humans. Humans have not previously identified this new strain which is known as A novel coronavirus (nCoV). The Wuhan coronavirus is spreading more like influenza, which is highly transmissible. They typically spread via airborne droplets of fluid produced by infected individuals in humans.
Symptoms & Source of Wuhan coronavirus (2019-nCoV)- Cause of Coronavirus
Wuhan coronavirus was first identified in the Chinese city of Wuhan in 2019. The illness was first reported in late December 2019 in Wuhan and has been rapidly spreading. Since then, sick travelers from Wuhan have infected people in China and other countries also.
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Snakes have been suspected as a potential source for the virus, though other experts currently consider this as unlikely.
Common symptoms of this infection include problems in respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, breathing difficulties. In some cases, this infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure, and even death.
Regular hand washing, covering mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing, are some recommendations by doctors. Avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing, sneezing or fever. However, No vaccine is still developed to cure this corona virus. Here you can know more about the prevention of COVID-19
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Nature has taken revenge?
Wuhan, A city of China where this virus originated. Animals like koalas, wolf puppies, snakes, rats, peacocks, foxes, salamanders and dozens more—live in terribly cramped and unhygienic quarters as they wait to be slaughtered and sold as food for people in the wet market of Wuhan. The authorities say circumstances at this market gave rise to trans-species mutations of pathogens that were eventually able to leap from animals to humans.
A SARS-like #coronavirus is rapidly spreading in China and potentially abroad because some people in Wuhan were obsessed with eating wild animals. (If you read in Chinese you'll see the menu has a whole ZOO.) Not a teleologist but it does seem nature is taking its revenge. pic.twitter.com/0HSRlITu0U
— Yikai Luo (@YikaiLuo) January 22, 2020
Coronavirus took more than 6 million lives till now out of total 54 Crore cases.
Wherever you live you should be taking standard precautions.
If you are having Non-Veg then it’s a time to give up this and be comfortable with Vegetables only. Feel the Beauty of Life by not killing the animals. Maybe this the revenge taken by nature as humans are behaving very ridiculously with animals. The wet market of Wuhan sells around 112 animal species. As a result, City Wuhan of China is the epicenter of this deadly coronavirus. People are selling them alive and cutting them alive for food.
Isn’t this the game we are playing with nature. So, this may be the result of this game. We are just taking from nature, and giving nothing. Humans torture and slaughter innocent animals just for food. Most of the deadly virus which spread in history, all are originated from animals and transmitted to humans. Ebola, Nipah, corona, swine flu, bird flu, etc are some well-known examples. In the future, such a virus may result in the more and more destruction of human species.
We are known as high class living beings as we humans acquire the most intelligent brains than any other species. We know what to eat what to not. In other words, Human being can even survive without non-veg food. So, Let’s take a pledge not to kill or not to eat non-veg food. Let’s stand against this. Above all, all living beings have right to live.