The latest coronavirus to hit the UK is currently out of control and so far, we have not yet had any recorded cases in Italy or France. Of course, cases of the previous coronavirus and SARS remain in the health records of these countries to this day. However, there are more than enough cases of the present coronavirus to worry about.
It has already infected at least a thousand people in three European countries and there is still no effective treatment for the previously described diseases. In Italy and France, the people infected are young children. This could happen at any moment since the coronavirus is highly contagious. What’s more alarming is that these coronaviruses appear to be able to transmit through the air without the need for direct contact.
Their most commonly affected organs are the respiratory and circulatory system. Some of the first symptoms that are reported include fever, cough, and chest pain. Later, a patient can get symptoms like muscle pain, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, or blood in the urine or feces.
The victims are asymptomatic and have no idea that they are suffering from the disease, although there are cases where the victim may develop flu-like symptoms. Moreover, the diagnosis may take days and this will lead to a delay in treatment.
The most severe cases of the disease seem to appear around the second week of the illness and may last for a few months. Moreover, this time, the symptoms are more widespread than in previous cases.
The latest coronavirus Italy is especially dangerous because of its ability to infect the brain and other important organs. Furthermore, there is no vaccine available to fight the virus, but it can be prevented by regular contact with people who are sick.
The people in Italy and France are particularly susceptible to the disease because they live in overcrowded and poorly ventilated conditions. Others also come in contact with animal carcasses, which may contain the virus. These conditions are the reasons why coronaviruses tend to be acquired by people during outbreaks in other countries.
However, the current outbreak of the coronavirus Italy and France may be due to some other factors and therefore we cannot say with certainty that the virus is responsible for causing the cases. The most probable reasons for this suspicion are the lack of hygiene at these places, which leads to the increasing risk of transmission of the virus, and the fact that some local people do not follow the strict quarantine rules that are enforced by the governments.
If these measures were taken into account, it is probable that the virus could be controlled to a good condition and would not spread to other countries. We do not know if the viral particles have the capacity to escape the quality control procedures used by the labs that test samples of the coronaviruses and they can only be proven when the samples are returned to their original conditions, which could happen only if the laboratory employees completely take care of the samples and do not try to hide them.
An international medical team is currently available to handle cases. This will be the only way to ensure that the correct isolation and care procedures are followed at the onset of an outbreak of the coronavirus Italy.
The report by the team was published in the Journal of Medical Virology, which was written by experts of the Department of Infectious Diseases, University Hospital De Cani in Milan and the Centre for Research in Virology, Rome University Hospital. They also include scientists of the National Institute of Health in Rome.
The scientists have identified different symptoms that are often associated with the coronavirus Italy and these can be detected by simple tests. There are several other symptoms that are associated with other coronaviruses, and thus the virus could possibly cause other diseases besides the ones that it causes today.