Coronavirus is mild in most cases. Only 20% of patients develop serious complications. It depends on each person’s immune system.
How deadly is coronavirus?
Mortality is 1% of those infected.
The main symptoms of coronavirus are fever and dry cough. In some cases, sore throat, headaches and indigestion have been reported, as well as loss of smell in some patients. There is no runny nose with coronavirus.
Children can be infected with coronavirus, but usually they have mild symptoms, and the number of deaths among children is negligible compared to other, older age groups.
The origin of coronavirus
The virus first appeared in the city of Wuhan in China at the end of 2019. This virus, named SARS-CoV-2, is similar by its structure to the viruses that infect mice in laboratories. Many scientists claim that the structure of the coronavirus proves its artificial origin. In fact, scientists and doctors knew about the existence of a virus called “coronavirus” back in the early 1970s, and even at that time anti-drugs were known. At that time, this virus was not considered deadly and was just one type of flu.
Like any virus of this type, coronavirus should disappear with the onset of warm weather.
In the event of a successful cure, patients acquire immunity to this virus. Rumors of repeated infections are due to incorrect data during testing.
Coronavirus has a stable structure and does not mutate, which confirms its artificial origin. Natural viruses mutate.
Vaccine was announced only in the United States. Usually it takes 1-2 years to create a vaccine.