What exactly does the Coronavirus look like (COVID-19) #Video infographic

What exactly does the Coronavirus look like (COVID-19) #Video infographic

The virus, officially referred to as SARS-CoV-2, reaches the body-usually through the mouth or nose. From there the virus finds its way down into the internal air sacs of the lungs, which are known as alveoli.

When within the alveoli, the virus uses its numerous spike proteins to "hijack" cells. Making copies of itself is the prime genetic programming of any virus, and COVID-19 is no exception. If the RNA of the virus has entered a cell, new copies are made and the mobile is destroyed in the process, releasing new viruses into the alveolus to infect neighboring cells.

This mechanism will occur at the beginning so that a character is conscious of the infection, which is one of the reasons that COVID-19 was in a position to unfold so effectively. The hijacking cell system to replicate causes of lung infection which triggers an immune response. When this procedure progresses, fluid starts to pool in the alveoli, causing a dry cough and making it difficult to breathe.

For 80-85 percent of humans infected by COVID-19, there would be plenty of such symptoms going their way like they will in a flu outbreak.

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