The Devastating Impact of Coronavirus on Infectious

November 15, 2021



The reason I think the coronavirus is a pandemic rather than a viral infection is that it is a disease of the respiratory system. The coronavirus is the name for the virus that is spread when someone is infected and has a cough. That is why people are concerned about the coronavirus because it is so contagious. We have all had it at some point in our lives. It is just a matter of when.

The virus itself is caused by a coronavirus, but it is spread through the respiratory system. So, to get it, you would cough. That's it. If you have respiratory problems, you should be worried, especially if you are an individual who is not immune or are pregnant.

I'm sure this information was not always known about.

Of course, when I first learned about this, the only way I knew to protect myself was to keep myself and my family as clean and healthy as possible. I also knew I needed to take a very serious course of action. The main reason I am worried is that if this virus becomes widespread then people will become immune to it and other illnesses will become prevalent. This could cause our population to collapse.

The virus is known as COVID-19 and is spread via droplets from coughing or sneezing. It has infected over 700 people in the US and over 20 people in Europe. People with no symptoms are considered asymptomatic, people who have symptoms in the early stages are said to be in the incubation period and those who are experiencing symptoms in the later stages of infection are said to be in the acute stage.

In the US, there have been over 1 million cases of COVID-19 as of this writing.

The number of confirmed cases is still rising, from 40,000 in mid-March to over 2.5 million today. As of this writing, there are over 3,000 people in the US dead from COVID-19. In the UK, there are over 2,000 cases and over 80 deaths.


As we all know, COVID-19 is the new Coronavirus, a virus that is spread by people who have had close contact with the sick. This means that we were all reminded once again how contagious this virus is, how deadly it can be, and how quickly it can spread.

While we’re on the subject of contagion, there was a particularly horrifying viral outbreak in Italy that took the lives of over 2,500 people.

The virus was called the “Black Death,” and it was believed to be caused by a strain of the common cold. Over the course of the outbreak, the disease spread to other parts of the world, including China, where it was identified as a pandemic.

The Italian outbreak came on the heels of a wave of Asian flu outbreaks in the 1990s. Flu strains that cause a lot of death and illness are known to mutate into a new strain the second they are contracted. These new strains of flu are much more virulent and deadly than the original ones. Over the course of the last couple of decades, a lot of flu strains have been identified as being particularly virulent, so we can expect to see more of these kinds of flu outbreaks.

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