UAE: New variant of corona virus found in 28-year-old man in UAE, severe infection from throat to stomach

CORONA IN UAE

UAE: New variant of corona virus found in 28-year-old man in UAE, severe infection from throat to stomach

 

CORONA VIRUS IN UAE
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Abu Dhabi- 26/07/2023

UAE: The World Health Organization (WHO) has once again expressed concern over the coronavirus. A new case of MERS coronavirus has been reported in UAE-Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. This is the first case in Abu Dhabi since the virus was first identified in 2012.

The patient who is being treated for MERS-CoV, a new variant of Corona, in Abu Dhabi. He is a 28 year old man who had many health related problems. The person was immediately admitted after showing symptoms of the virus.

What is MERS-CoV?

Similar to MERS-CoV (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus). This is a zoonotic virus. It is a viral respiratory illness caused by the MERS corona virus. Which is similar to the SARS virus. This is commonly seen in camels and other animals.

It is spread from human to human through contact with infected animals or animal products. It is also spread by person-to-person contact. Many cases have also come to light in which this disease has shown a fatal form.

Symptoms of MERS-CoV.

Symptoms of MERS-CoV can range from mild to severe and include fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. In some cases this can lead to pneumonia or even kidney failure. People who are at high risk of serious illness have very weak immunity.

Such as people suffering from chronic diseases or taking certain medications. When a patient starts having difficulty in toileting and vomiting as symptoms, he gets his checkup done. The young man had a serious infection from his stomach to his throat.

WHO released the report.

According to the WHO, the total number of MERS cases reported since 2012 is 2,605, with 936 deaths. Since its identification, 27 countries have reported MERS cases. Including Algeria, Austria, Bahrain, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Islamic Republic of Iran,

These include Italy, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Oman, the Philippines, Qatar, the Republic of Korea, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Yemen.

WHO is closely monitoring the situation in Abu Dhabi and providing technical guidance to health care providers and other officials on how to prevent further spread of the virus. WHO is also committed to providing timely updates on any new cases of MERS-CoV identified worldwide.

WHO mandated hygiene.

WHO has released an information for all countries of the world to stay away from this infection. In which it has been said that all people are requested to wash their hands if they come from outside or those around you have bad stomach health. Avoid people who have symptoms of MERS-CoV or respiratory illness. Do not touch your face frequently. Avoid contact with animal or dairy products, camel meat or camel. Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.

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