Coronavirus vaccine: Scientists & researcher across the world are trying to develop a vaccine that can fight against Coronavirus (COVID-19).
There is no vaccine in the world for the treatment of Coronavirus (COVID-19). According to the researchers & scientists it can take up to one year to develop an effective vaccine for Coronavirus.
Our immune system is the only and one vaccine against the Coronavirus till now. If the body immune system is enough strong only then the human body can recover from COVID-19 infection.
Many infected people have recovered from coronavirus.
Coronavirus vaccine development process
Developing a vaccine against any virus is a long-run process and passes through many stages. These stages are as follows:
In a laboratory of East London, Doctor & researchers have hired few volunteers to create an effective vaccine for Coronavirus.
Researchers are doing experiments on volunteers. They are collecting data about how the human body is reacting to these types of viruses. And how these viruses are impacting on the body. They are collecting this type of data and analysing to develop the vaccine.
A researcher injects the Virus similar to Coronavirus inside healthy volunteers body to make them sick. And again cure them with a different type of medicines. They are gone through different types of treatments.
This process is repeated in many fit and healthy volunteers many times. And then they monitor all data and then analyse the information to develop the best and effective treatment or vaccine.
This is a very long process and according to the researchers this complete process of developing Vaccine or treatment against Coronavirus can take up to one year.
If we (world) is lucky enough then humans can develop a suitable vaccine or treatment against the coronavirus.
Scientist & Researchers across the world have come together to develop the vaccine for coronavirus.
Stages of Coronavirus
According to WHO (World Health Organisation), there are four stages of Coronavirus infection.
In its stage, the virus arrives in another country along with a person infected from abroad. India has crossed this stage on 07 March 2020.
In this stage, the virus infects the relatives of an infected person who has returned from abroad. Its means that the source of transmission is not a foreign country but now the new affected country has its own source of virus to spread. India has also crossed this stage after the first stage.
In this stage, Virus spread in the community and it is very hard to identify the chain of the infection. Now people who have never visited the abroad with virus infection cases and never come in the contact of the person having virus infection.
India is forwarding toward this stage. If India enters this stage then it will be very impossible for India to prevent to enter in the fourth stage. Because India is having very less medical facilities and resources.
So Indian Govt. has lockdown 16 states totally to prevent people from this disaster. Govt. has also advised peoples to isolate themselves from others.
It is the last stage of any infection in which the infection becomes epidemic. And now it is impossible to control in that country. China has already entered in this stage. Germany, France, Italy and other European countries are forwarding this stage.
There are four main symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in humans which are as follows:
A dry cough is the type of cough where sputum or mucus is not produced with the cough. A dry cough may also sound different than the cough with sputum or mucus. Dry cough has a very consistent sound.
It is very important to note that Dry cough may be a symptom of other diseases also. A dry cough is not only the symptom of COVID-19, but it may be a symptom of allergies, asthma, bronchitis, or a typical common cold.
A sore throat is the irritation, pain or scratchiness in the throat. It becomes worse when you swallow something. The viral infection is the most common cause of a sore throat (pharyngitis).
And sore throat is also caused by COVID-19.
A fever is a high body temperature. A temperature of up to 38.9°C (102°F) can be helpful because it helps the body fight infection. Most healthy children and adults can tolerate a fever as high as 39.4°C (103°F) to 40°C (104°F) for short periods of time without problems. Children tend to have higher fevers than adults.
The degree of fever may not show how serious the illness is. With a minor illness, such as a cold, you may have a temperature, while a very serious infection may cause little or no fever. It is important to look for and evaluate other symptoms along with the fever.
Difficulty in breathing
COVID-19 infected person has difficulty in breathing. But it is not necessary that COVID-19 infected person has difficulty in breathing in starting.
When people become seriously ill and the situation becomes worse then infected person face difficulty in breathing.