World of Covid-19
Covid-19 is an ongoing covid-19 birth caused by the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) virus. The disease was first diagnosed in December 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. On March 11, the World Health Organization announced the outbreak of the disease.
For the first time in the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, a new strain of coronavirus was identified after people were diagnosed with pneumonia for no apparent reason and existing vaccines and treatments were ineffective. The coronavirus has been chosen by the World Health Organization as the official name for the disease from 1,000 people - COVID (19), which refers to "corona", "virus", "disease". ) And has the year 2019. As of July 31, 2020, 17,297,296 items had been approved; Of these, 10,132,579 were recovered, and 673,223 were killed. There are also 6,491,494 cases, of which 66,273 are in the intensive care unit. Wuhan was quarantined on January 23, suspending all public transport in and out of Wuhan. Income. Since then, transportation has been halted in at least 15 other cities in Hubei Province. Many New Year's events, including the Forbidden City in Beijing, exhibitions of traditional temples and other celebrations, were closed for fear of relocation. Hong Kong also raised its response rate to infectious diseases, declared a state of emergency, closed its schools until mid-February and canceled its New Year celebrations. Chinese scientists were able to quickly identify a new breed of coronavirus And provide its genetic sequence to laboratories around the world to independently perform PCR tests that can confirm infection in any individual. Of the first 41 people confirmed to be infected with the virus through immediate polymerase chain reaction and DNA sequencing, two-thirds were found to be related to the Hwanan Seafood Wholesale Market, where live animals are also sold. . 2019-nCoV is the seventh member of the coronavirus family to infect humans, and it is reported that between 75 and 80% of its genome sequence is identical to that of SARS-CoV, and more than 85% of its genome sequence resembles several bat coronaviruses. And is closely related to coronavirus pangolin