England Coronavirus or ENGV is a common viral infection that affects the respiratory system of humans. It can be spread by coughing and sharing utensils. Young children, immunocompromised individuals and the elderly are the ones who are more prone to contracting this disease.
Role Of HIV/AIDS
A person with weak immune system or those with HIV/AIDS are prone to getting the virus. The strain of the virus that infects humans is called CO Vaugh. This virus is usually caught through the bite of an infected animal or by touching an infected object. This form of infection is considered extremely contagious and it can be passed on from one person to another very easily.
Symptoms of CO VID-1 include mild fever and cough. They also include the characteristic changes in the mucus-producing organs like the spleen and the kidneys. In most cases, these symptoms disappear after one week. People who contract the disease experience flu-like symptoms, including lethargy and aches and pains. They may also develop skin rash, conjunctivitis and, in some cases, meningitis.
Role Of Vaccination
There are several ways to prevent getting infected with the virus. One way is through vaccination. Vaccination is the process of preventing a person from contracting a deadly disease through vaccination. However, children and pregnant women are more vulnerable to the harmful effects of the vaccine. In addition, older people and those with other underlying medical problems such as those with HIV/AIDS are also at higher risks for contracting the virus.
Aside from the vaccine, treatment is also available for people who contract CO VID-1. The usual medications recommended for this condition include Acyclovir (Zovirax), famciclovir (Famvir), or valacyclovir (Valtrex). These medications can help lessen the symptoms associated with the disease. This, however, cannot completely cure the illness. It is important for patients and their family members to take note of proper hygiene to avoid spreading the virus. Cleanliness is also important to avoid the chances of contact with the disease.
Shortness Of Breath
Having contracted the virus, there is still no guarantee that you won’t develop symptoms of it. In fact, this is the case with almost all types of diseases. Children can experience shortness of breath, diarrhea and fatigue. Adults may experience weakness, dizziness and palpitations.
You may have to face up to the reality that your little one could be infected with England Coronavirus. This is no doubt a heartbreaking situation to find yourself in. It is important however, that you do not lose hope. You have already taken the first step towards healing by identifying and treating the symptoms. Now it is time to move forward with your child and your health.