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Covid-19 details and vaccine development in the world

Covid-19 details and vaccine development in the world

Our life was normal at the starting of the year. Then all of a sudden COVID-19 hit us. Basically, a virus spreads across the globe. Earlier, people thought it will end soon. But as time proceeded, it began to spread more and more. Sadly, there is no cure for it. Sadly, this virus is still spreading rapidly. Scientists, doctors all are working hard to make the vaccine.

COVID-19 details

Coronavirus affects different people in different ways. Reportedly, this virus was first spotted in the Wuhan city, China. This virus spread from one person to another. Moreover, this virus is spreading in the whole world. This virus is very difficult to detect. The death rate of this virus is 3% only. But still, there are chances that people can die. Moreover, people who are old 50  plus are more prone to catch the virus. Adding to that, pregnant women’s, young children can also catch the virus fast.

COVID-19 vaccine experiments

Reportedly, researchers are working hard to find a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing the COVID-19 pandemic. Apparently, there is one vaccine that is approved. Sputnik V — formerly known as Gam-COVID-Vac is the name of the vaccine. Reportedly, it is developed by Gamaleya Research Institute in Moscow. Surprisingly, this vaccine is also approved by the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation on 11 August.

Adding to that, there are 38 potential vaccines in human trials. Furthermore, 93 candidates have reached the preclinical trials. However, if any vaccine is developing by the scientist. It has to go through 3 phases. It is necessary to test and trial vaccine on humans and animals. After lots of tests only vaccines will be available to common people.

Covid-19 symptoms

Basically, its common symptoms are fever, dry cough, tiredness. Apparently, these symptoms happen to every person. Sadly, it is difficult to understand whether it is a common flu or a Coronavirus. Furthermore, it’s less common symptoms are aches and pain, sore throat, conjunctivitis, loss of taste, or smell. To conclude, it has very basic symptoms.

However, every scientist and doctors are working hard to develop the vaccine. Apparently, many people are in hospitals. Doctors are curing them. Sadly, many people have passed away. We hope that scientist cracks the vaccine fast. So, people can get vaccinated to prevent the virus. And people who are suffering from it, also get well soon.

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