New research in Italy: risk reduction of new coronavirus may disappear by itself

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 New research in Italy: risk reduction of new coronavirus may disappear by itself


Novel coronavirus pneumonia is changing from the perspective of clinical experience, Bassetti said in the media, in New York, the Post reported. In the early March and early April, the situation was quite different. People come to the emergency department, the condition is difficult to control, patients need oxygen and ventilator, some people have severe pneumonia symptoms

In March and April, the new coronavirus was like a fighting tiger. Now it looks like a wild cat. Even 80 or 90 year olds can now sit up and breathe without help, Dr. bassetti said. The same patient may die in two to three days.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u6056789,container:ssp_ 6056789, async:true }According to Dr. bassetti, one of the reasons why the virus is getting weaker is that measures to keep social distance make the virus gene mutate: I think the virus has mutated, because our immune system will respond to the virus, and because of measures such as locking, wearing masks, keeping social distance, our current viral load has decreased. u201dBefore we develop a vaccine, the virus is likely to be eradicated, and as the number of people infected becomes smaller, eventually the new coronavirus may disappear. But he also said researchers still need to prove why the virus changed. Another expert, Bharat pancania, a professor from the medical school of the University of Exeter in the UK, thinks that the prospect of the disappearance of the new coronavirus is not optimistic, which may take several years: because of its strong widespread infection, the new coronavirus will not disappear for a long time. But if we have an effective vaccine, then we can deal with it as we do with smallpox. Recommended new coronavirus or added new crime: the virus sequence of new cases of diabetes in Tianjin is identical with that of new cases in Beijing_ NB13068

Before we develop a vaccine, the virus is likely to be eradicated, and as the number of people infected becomes smaller, eventually the new coronavirus may disappear. But he also said researchers still need to prove why the virus changed.

Another expert, Bharat pancania, a professor from the medical school of the University of Exeter in the UK, thinks that the prospect of the disappearance of the new coronavirus is not optimistic, which may take several years: because of its strong widespread infection, the new coronavirus will not disappear for a long time. But if we have an effective vaccine, then we can deal with it as we do with smallpox.