COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 19) – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 19) – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology


By now you’ve probably heard of COVID-19,
or coronavirus disease discovered in 2019, which is responsible for a global pandemic.
Thus far the main country affected has been China, but it has spread to a number of other
countries around the world to a varying degree. The virus was initially referred to as the
2019-nCoV, or the 2019 novel coronavirus and was informally called “Wuhan coronavirus”.
The World Health Organization named the disease COVID-19 because it doesn’t refer to a geographical
location, an animal, a person or group of people – all of which can lead to stigma.
They also wanted to make it pronounceable and related to the disease – not an easy task!
The virus was officially named SARS CoV-2, or severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus
2, because it’s genetically very similar to the SARS coronavirus which was responsible
for…well the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, or SARS, outbreak in 2002. So SARS-CoV-2 causes
COVID-19. Now, coronaviruses that circulate among humans
are typically benign, and they cause about a quarter of all common cold illnesses. But
occasionally, coronaviruses that circulate in an animal reservoir mutate just enough
to where they’re able to start infecting and causing disease in humans, if they’re
given an opportunity. In 2002 SARS was a coronavirus that hopped over from bats to civets, which
is a cat-like mammal; and then over to humans. And in 2012, there was MERS, which was a coronavirus
that hopped over from bats to camels a few decades ago and then circulated among camels
for quite some time before infecting humans. COVID-19 most likely also started with bats,
but this time the intermediate host was probably a pangolin, an animal that looks like a cross
between an anteater and an armadillo. That’s based on the fact that scientists identified
a coronavirus in pangolins that’s a 96% genetic match to SARS-CoV-2. Sadly, pangolins
are heavily trafficked around the planet, largely because people believe that their
scales have healing properties. Because they’re moved around the world rather than left in
the wild, there are ample opportunities for a coronavirus to go from a pangolin to a human. As of February 11, 2020, there have been 43,103
cases of COVID-19 and 1,018 deaths, with a fatality rate of 2.4%, according to WHO. The
vast majority of cases and deaths have occurred in China. For some perspective, the 2002 SARS
outbreak resulted in 8,098 cases and 774 deaths, so the fatality rate was around 9.6%. And
the 2012 MERS outbreak results in 2,494 cases and 858 deaths, bringing the fatality rate
to 34%. Finally, for the 2014 Ebola outbreak, which was not due to a coronavirus, there
were 28,639 cases and 11,316 deaths. The fatality rate was a whooping 40%! At a microscopic level, coronaviruses are
single strand positive sense RNA viruses with protein spikes on their surface that look
a bit like a crown under a microscope. In fact, “corona” is latin for crown. Besides
looking majestic, these spikes allow the virus to invade cells lining the respiratory tract
and lungs. After binding, the coronavirus enters and takes over the cellular machinery
to make more and more copies of itself so it can spread to the surrounding cells and
get into the mucus. Sometimes the infection is mild, and some
people don’t develop any symptoms at all. For others, they can develop symptoms that
can range from mild symptoms like fever, cough, and shortness of breath, all the way to serious
problems like pneumonia. Severe lung damage can cause acute respiratory distress syndrome,
or ARDS, which occurs when the lung inflammation is so severe that fluid builds up around and
within the lungs. The severe infection can cause septic shock, which happens when the
blood pressure falls dramatically and the body’s organs are starved for oxygen. ARDS
and shock are the main cause of death for people with the infection, and this is more
likely to occur in those over the age of 60, smokers, and people with previous medical
conditions like hypertension. In addition to causing disease, coronaviruses
can spread quickly. Usually the virus spreads when people cough or sneeze, and tiny droplets
containing the virus are released. These droplets can land on another person’s mouth, nose,
or eyes, and that allows the virus to enter a new person. Virus can also be found in a
person’s stool, and in rare situations coronavirus has been transmitted from one apartment to
another within a residential building. This was seen in the 2002 SARS epidemic. At that
time, faulty plumbing allowed virus-containing fecal matter originating from one person’s
apartment to drift from drainage pipes back up into fixtures like sinks and toilets within
other apartments in the same building. This created a terrible smell and allowed the virus-containing
droplets to deposit on bathroom surfaces, ultimately causing people in those apartments
to get ill. Something similar may have happened with COVID-19, and this is being actively
investigated. Once a person is infected, symptoms develop
an average of 5 days later. This is called the incubation period. However the incubation
period varies from person to person, and in some studies, the incubation period lasted
as long as 24 days! Now there’s debate about whether or not asymptomatic people can spread
the disease, because these people typically have low levels of circulating virus. But
even if they do, asymptomatic transmission likely plays a minor role in the overall epidemic.
Viruses are given a reproductive number or R-naught based on how quickly they spread,
and person to person transmission has been confirmed both in and outside of China. An
R naught of 1 means that an infected person passes it on to 1 new person, an R-naught
of 2 means that 1 person spreads it to 2 new people, and so forth. If the R naught is below
1, the infection peters out, if it’s 1 it stays steady, and if it’s above 1, then
it continues to spread. The current estimate for the SARS-CoV-2 R naught is between 2 and
2.5. Of course that’s an average, with some spreading the disease less, and others – called
superspreaders – spreading the disease at a much much higher rate. The exact cause of
these superspreaders is unclear, perhaps they are just in contact with more folks, perhaps
their bodies naturally shed more virus, or perhaps there’s some other reason altogether. To confirm the diagnosis, there should be
a real time polymerase chain reaction or rt-PCR tests, a quick test used in many labs and
hospitals that can detect very small amounts of viral RNA. Treatment is focused on supportive care – providing
fluids, oxygen, and ventilatory support for really ill people. There’s also some early
data showing that three medications are highly effective against SARS-CoV-2 in the laboratory
setting. These medications are chloroquine, an anti-malarial drug; ritonavir, an anti-HIV
medication; and remdesivir, an antiviral drug previously used against Ebola. Remdesivir
was given to the first US patient with COVID-19 on day 11 of his illness as he was clinically
worsening, and he began to improve the very next day. Large scale clinical trials using
remdesivir are already underway in China. Unfortunately there’s no vaccine currently
available to protect against COVID-19. At best, it looks like a vaccine will be many
months away. So the goal is to avoid human to human transmission, starting with isolating
people with COVID-19. Coronaviruses don’t usually spread over long distances in the
air, but they can travel roughly 3 feet or 1 meter from one person to another on tiny
droplets of saliva, which are produced when someone’s coughing or sneezing. In addition,
some strains of coronavirus can survive on surfaces for over a day. With that in mind,
if you’re a healthy person living in a non-outbreak area, the recommendation is to avoid travel
to disease outbreak areas, generally stay away from crowded places, and stay at least
6 feet or 2 meters away from anyone with symptoms. Wearing a surgical mask is not recommended
because the general risk of getting COVID-19 in these settings is so low. As always, careful
hand washing is key and it should be done with soap or alcohol-based hand sanitizers
and scrubbing. Also, avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth—this is the area, known
as your T-zone is a common entry point for viruses into the body. For healthcare workers who are around people
with COVID-19, the recommendation is to apply droplet and contact precautions. That includes
wearing personal protective equipment like a clean, dry surgical mask, gloves, long-sleeved
gowns, and eye protection like goggles or a face shield. When performing a procedure
that generates aerosol, like tracheal intubation, bronchoscopy, CPR, or noninvasive ventilation,
it’s important to wear a N95 respirator. This prevents 95% of the small particles,
like respiratory droplets, from passing through. To recap, the SARS-CoV-2 virus causes a respiratory
disease called COVID-19. The virus probably originated from bats, then went to pangolins
as an intermediate host, and finally to humans. The virus travels in respiratory droplets
and enters the body via the mouth, nose, or eyes. Once inside the body, it replicates
in the respiratory system, causing symptoms like fever, cough, and shortness of breath.
Some people might develop more dangerous complications like pneumonia, ARDS, and shock. Treatments
are focused on supportive care, but certain medications like Remdesivir are currently
in clinical trials. In the meantime, the best strategy is prevention — this includes careful
hand washing, avoiding traveling to disease outbreak areas and crowded places when possible,
avoiding touching your T-zone, and if you’re a healthcare worker to use personal protective
equipment.

100 Comments

  • Rae Mini Hopa says:

    If medical staff wares protective gear to help stop the spread of disease then telling the general public not to ware protective gear because it isn't helpful makes absolutely no sense. If a person has an already compromised immune system or is sick with cold like symptoms they should wear a mask, especially during flu season. If n95 masks are in low supply around the world, then the world governments aren't doing their job in taking proactive measures to protect the masses.

  • Joseph Magliocca says:

    7:47 rt-pcr stands for reverse transcriptase pcr. Real time pcr is abbreviated as qPCR, with the q standing for quantitative. Further adding to this confusion is that fact that to test for the virus, they use RT-qPCR, reverse transcriptase, real time PCR.

  • Ava Yu says:

    This is the best 411 vlog on Covid-19 in memory of Dr. Li Wenliang. Yet, we are all in the dark still about the source origin of cause still apparently covered up by the Communist China. Until they let the US CDC into China to investigate, I will still harbor the possibility that the Wuhan level 4 Virology Lab has something to do with the outbreak…I am Chinese American and I do not trust the communists!

  • The Queen says:

    In all of a sudden I have runny nose since 2 days ago. I'm just scared if it's the symptoms that will lead to the virus pls someone tell me its just a random runny nose and nothing worse i drank a lot of water and eat healthy and shit lmao

  • Caroline Kuo says:

    How does this coronavirus differ from the entero virus pneumonia EV-D68

  • Caroline Kuo says:

    How does COVID-19 differe from EV-D68 enterovirus pneumonia which usually ends in ARDS

  • Honza says:

    Can the imune system manage some way to cure your body completely (by producing antibodies etc.)? Just like with flu, people start feeling better after a week or so.

  • Mark Conway says:

    Good i hope anyone who eats a pangolin dies ,I dont care about humans.

  • Falis Warsame says:

    That is not true we was eating camal meat for 20 generations no one had or has this virus.

  • Dan C says:

    The info is already outdated … Greetings from the future.

  • Andrei Vingarzan says:

    May the universe bless Dr.’s Li Wenkiang soul !

  • Every Buddy says:

    Don't trust that 2.4% case fatality rate coz all these fake data to WHO are provided by Chinese Communist Party. If Wuhan coronavirus was not that serious why to shut down entire China and prosecute anyone revealing true numbers to outside world.

  • DeniseLhyn Nellas says:

    im scared for my dad bc i think he has corona virus but he is denying it but he always looks like he cant breath and he coughs alot so im scared

  • Pamela Raney says:

    Would using a netty pot be a good idea? I think adding a minuscule amount of honey wii help. What do y’all think?

  • Thomas Wind says:

    @0:37 What about Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome? Ebola? Spanish Flu? African Swine Flu? Asian Flu? Zika Virus? West Nile Virus?

  • S lt says:

    People should look carefully at the symptoms and realize that they are similar to dehydration. Even if you are super healthy without any bad viruses, bad bateria or germs YOU WILL DIE WHEN THERE IS INSUFFICIENT WATER FOR THE BODY'S VITAL PROCESSES!

    TELLING PEOPLE IT'S ONLY DEHYDRATION IS BAD FOR BUSINESS.

    Why I'm so sure it is dehydration is because I nearly died in 2001 experiencing progressively through the symptoms until I lost consciousness!.

    For the unbelievers may I suggest you test with your own body to find the truth of what I said by creating dehydration by drinking lesser and lesser each day… (At your own risk! I'm not recommending you do.)

    You can get rid of all the symptoms by drinking ENOUGH WATER OR VEGETABLE JUICES (if fever is caused by eating too much acidic foods) ASAP! If 3 litres short drink amount within 15 minutes, If 10 litres short drink amount within 30 – 60 minutes. I drink 1.5 litres REST A FEW MINUTES THEN another 1.5 litres and rest…

    WHEN YOUR CAR IS FEVERISH DO YOU TOP UP THE WATER ASAP OR 1 CUP EVERY 1 KM?

  • Thomas Riendeau says:

    5 days incubation ? They said 24 !!!

  • Chris Cash says:

    STOP LIVE ANIMAL MARKETS PERIOD. PLEASE. SINCERELY. WE ALL KNOW.👵🕊🦅

  • Chris Cash says:

    BTW…get better.

  • Chris Cash says:

    SAD…NO. IT ANGERS, THE RATE OF THE ANIMAL ABUSE, DUE TO THE MISUSE OF THESE HARMLESS ANIMALS. SCALES ARE MADE OF THE SAME DAMN STUFF AS HUMAN SKIN, HAIR, AND NAILS. OR FISH BONES. TRULY.

  • Dmanning11 says:

    I love how the map indicates that most pangolins are destined for Australia…

    Australia literally has no pangolins in any zoo or anywhere else.

  • Chris Cash says:

    MEDIA IS BLOWING UP WHAT IS SIMPLY FATE. BIOLOGICAL FATE. OR IF YOU BELIEVE…WITH EVERY "PANDEMIC", ONE CAN CHOOSE TO SAY GODS HAND. OR NATURAL SELECTION. TRUTH.👵🕊🦅 FOLKS IN CHINA ARE TRYING TO BRING THESE HORRENDOUS PRACTICES…OF KEEPING THERE ANIMAL STOCK, IN VERY ENCLOSED CONDITIONS. THAT GOES FOR CHICKENS, TURKEYS, PIGS, CATTLE. AS FOR DOGS AND PANGOLINS….GODS HAND. AND DARWIN. AND KARMA, IN MY HUMBLE OPINION.

  • Rudi Cricket says:

    Those people who disliked are fkn high on this virus🤣

  • veeprn says:

    Thank you for this informative easy to understand video. I have shared it with family, friends and my nurse peeps.

  • James Jones says:

    SARS 2: Electric boogaloo

  • Ki Ra says:

    I have to wonder how true any of this is. China doesn't want us to know after all. It would cause a "panic"

  • Lisa JW says:

    I am in WI. There are many people coughing, hacking, sneezing and congested. No one taking any precautions to prevent spreading germs. There is only 1 case of Coronavirus in Madison, but my mind still thinks " What if it made it's way to Milwaukee?"

  • Anthony Llabres says:

    Please no more vaccines

  • BlueBox YT says:

    I have a fever, some muscle pain, headache, fatigue, and runny nose. Should I be worried? I’m in Philly and haven’t traveled to China, so I’m not sure if I should be worried.

  • Hati Keseorangan says:

    Why not say Corona virus pandemic it's because of ppl eat the bat ??

  • TS says:

    Stigma: bill gates personally tested his coronavirus patents in test?

  • Kogure says:

    Can we just agree that they look nothing like wearing a crown? They are literally spiky balls. No crown. Anywhere.

  • Lintyfreakinpokets says:

    Its despicable that theyre downplaying the death rate. A huge margin of infected people havnt recovered yet, so they shouldnt be considered "people who havnt died" in this statistic. Comparing to people who have recovered, the death rate is 14.4%

  • Mary Oliver says:

    Just don't go out..

  • Wullop Khin says:

    Thank you for your great, audience-friendly education video… 🙏… Pray for China… 🇨🇳. . 🇨🇳. . 🇨🇳. 🙏. … Pray for people all over the world… 🌍 .. 🌍 .. 🌍 … 🙏… from Thailand…

  • eclyectk jackson says:

    Soooo…what they doing with the dead bodies?

  • Florence Pinili says:

    Ahm, you informally called it Wuhan Coronavirus in your previous video. So that led to changing the name to Covid-19

  • eclyectk jackson says:

    Anybody see the movie urban legend👀👀👀👀

  • the vanillista says:

    Corona virus was informally called the Kung-Flu, but that name was rejected because it made people snicker

  • Gary Gervais says:

    Covid 19 will become a political issue because, in order to contain it and stop it from spreading ( with a 3 and a half week contagion period,) the Democrat position that open borders should be unrestrained is directly opposed to any borders or restrictions.

  • Jeffrey Loew says:

    China will not allow WHO (World Health Organization) doctors into the country. Why? Wuhan has biological weapons facility 20 miles outside of the city. The Chinese do not want it traced back to that facility. Some how it got released.

  • Bruce Clark says:

    CAN NOT HAVE STIGMA – SO EVERYONE GRADUATES WHAT EVER THEY CAN SIT THROUGH – I LAUGH AT HOW IGNORANT THE MEDICAL FIELD IS

  • Htat AungLwin says:

    I just hope they don’t ask MCQ about this in the upcoming medical exam.

  • Candycane says:

    Why are bats so dangerous? Can we reduce the amount of bats in the world?

  • Son Of a !!!!!! says:

    They admitted it’s a bio weapon so there u go literally two hours ago

  • Pham Huy says:

    Make in China Wwhan Coronavirus disease 2019 😱😱

  • Eric Honolulu says:

    Thank you. Very informative. For the recap, however, I think mentioning that there is no vaccine is important.

  • Evelyn Statham says:

    A bio-weapon made by that China communist party! There’s no excuse, not necessary to put the blames on animals. We human beings are on the top of the bio creature cycle but it’s an evil demon and of course shameful to always find scapegoats to get crime made by China communist party covered! No matter they were previous SARA, MERS or current Wuhan pneumonia caused by virus made in China!

  • Lamson says:

    gotta make sure u get dat hijab in

  • Paws n Claws says:

    China Overlooked Viral Infectious Disease – 19

  • looking Glass says:

    Thank You!!!

  • Chicken Bradbury says:

    Lol im watching this while i am sick😂😂😂

  • Pleiadian says:

    This virus did not mutate in animals. It mutated in a lab.

  • ron Eather says:

    surgical mask not recommened when flying on a plane what about if someone is infected and sneezes

  • ron Eather says:

    avoid travel it could take over a year before its controlled just loose ya money and dont travel at all

  • ron Eather says:

    why is australia all red in the video singapore isnt even red we dont have outbreaks in perth SA NT TAS

  • Caezar D says:

    Did anybody thought about the things we buy on Amazon and Ebay that comes from China possible contaminated?

  • ernest says:

    They’re still calling JE ’Japanese encephalitis’ just because it isn’t ‘Chinese’. It’s interesting to know how WHO is always pandering to the Communist Party’s preferences.

  • Teresa Huckabee says:

    A full year or more before a proper vaccine can be made.

  • king on common law says:

    this is half wrong and therefore B.S. – it is airborne amongst other facts

  • C N says:

    This really needs to be clarified to prevent misinformation. The study involving incubation up to 24 days involved a case of a person who was believed to have contracted the virus, gone through a 14 day incubation period, and then been re-infected a second time, with a 10-day incubation period. That should not be recognized as a 24-day incubation period for this virus.

  • Poly_Favor says:

    Thank you very for the well analyzed pathology 🔥

  • Nintendo Kid says:

    Lets hope/wish for Pill that will cure/defeat Coronavirus

  • neko10piki says:

    ありがとうございます。日本も情報統制されていて、必要な情報を入手できないので助かります。

  • STETT CHITANAVONG says:

    and more people reported dead for common flu

  • Roland Deschain says:

    WCDC probably had a containment breach.

  • Jeff Matthews says:

    We do not want any stigmas here do we. Was it a release from a biologic laboratory in Wuhan? Now that would be directed stigma?
    CCP would be stigmatized?

  • paintBallprepperTMV AwomanIsAntichrist says:

    I come here for info and get a probably.!. No your a liar! If it isent fact don't post a probably was transferred by or to. All government new and plain this virus it population control!.!

  • Pernik Dessi Yustiza says:

    sorry oot, but can anyone tell me what the apps for making this video animation, please?

  • Good Life says:

    Im sick

  • natureboy tom says:

    More BS fed to the people on this virus.

  • Mike Watson says:

    Another bs video

  • Elusive Angel says:

    Disease will continue to spread with the deterioration of the planet allowing diseased animals/bats to come in contact and infect other animals that then go on to be hunted, and inhumanly kept in captivity and then their diseases continue to spread among all of us . It’s a toxic & never ending cycle.
    Also this video has much misinformation from what has been seen. Common flu infects 1-2 people in proximity. This disease can infect 14 , extremely contagious, if it wasn’t , then the doctors dealing with it wouldn’t be in full body suits and continue to get infected themselves, also it can spread through air droplets. Face masks aren’t unnecessary, they are not enough when it comes to being in contact with this virus. The numbers are wrong here . Peak prosperity gives better insight on this for those who are interested in the numbers.

  • charles munyoro says:

    osmosis videos are jus the best

  • DK Bhardwaj says:

    HIV-CORONA-VIRUS-HIV | COVID-9/11 WMD TERRORISM | COVID-9/11-COR-V-ID-9/11
    .

    GLOBAL PANDEMIC: YES

    GLOBAL PANDEMIC DECLARATION: NO

    CHINA PROVINCES UNDER QUARANTINE: 760 MILLION

    ACTUAL DEATHS: > 360000

    ACTUAL INFECTED: > 60 Million

    CONTAGIOUS: ULTRA INFECTIOUS

    COVID19 LIFE PERSISTENCE: 30 MINUTES to 30 DAYS

    VIRUS: MUTANT SARS/MERS

    MEDICINE: STRONGEST IMMUNE SYSTEM

    .

    VIRUS ATTACK MODE: EXTERMINATE ALL LOW IMMUNE HUMANS INCLUDING (ELDERLY, POOREST and SICK)

    INFECTION: INSTANTLY (BUBONIC PLAGUE)

    INFECTION: BY INHALATION

    INFECTION: BY ORAL FOOD

    INFECTION: BY DEFECATION

    INFECTION: BY URINATION

    DEFECTION: BY BODY FLUIDS

    VIRUS ATTACK MODE: EXTERMINATE ALL LOW IMMUNE HUMANS INCLUDING (ELDERLY, POOREST and SICK)

    .

    INCUBATION: 1 day to 30 days (IMMUNE SYSTEM DEPENDENT)

    MODE: WMD BIOWEAPON

    POTENTIAL: GLOBAL WMD BIOWEAPON

    MODE: DYNAMICALLY MUTATING STRAIN (UNCONTROLLED MUTATIONS)

    .

    SEASON FOR PANDEMIC

    BEST GROWTH FOR CORVID-9/11: MOIST SUMMER, DRY SEASON, DAMP RAINY SEASON…

    WORST GROWTH FOR CORVID-9/11: COLD, WINTER…

    KILL VIRUS INFECTED ARTICLES: AIRTIGHT BURNING

    .

    SITUATION: OUT-OF-CONTROL

    .

    MASS CRIMINATION OF INFECTED ANIMALS: YES

    MASS CRIMINATION OF INFECTED HUMANS: YES

    MASS CRIMINATION OF INFECTED BIRDS: YES

    MASS CRIMINATION OF INFECTED THINGS: YES

    .

    WHO CREATED CORVID-9/11?

    BRITISH SCIENTIST + CHINESE SCIENTISTS IN Wuhan WMD BIO LAB

    WMD AIM: JUNGLE WARFARE BIOWEAPON, BIO TERRORISM

    ORIGIN: BRITISH WMD RESEARCH LABORATORY IN COLLABORATION WITH WUHAN MILITARY LABORATORY

    .

    WHY CORVID-9/11 CREATED?

    TO DESTROY CHINA ECONOMY

    .

    CORVID-9/11 RECOVERY: IMPOSSIBLE FOR CRITICAL PATIENTS DUE TO FAILED IMMUNE SYSTEM

    CORVID-9/11 VIRUS DAMAGE: LUNGS, KIDNEY, LIVER, BRAIN, HEART…CNS, GALL BLADDER

    .

    WHAT CHINA IS DOING?

    Chinese state is considering KILLING all critically I'll patients in bulk along with their belongings.

    .

    CORVID-9/11 VACCINE: POSSIBLE WITH EARTH'S MOST POISONOUS SNAKE VENOM WITHIN 3 YEARS OR MORE

    CORVID-9/11 TREATMENT: STRONGEST IMMUNE SYSTEM

    .

    HIV-CORONA-VIRUS-HIV | COVID-9/11 WMD TERRORISM | COVID-9/11😈COR-V-ID-9/11

    BAT SARS mutated within SNAKE BODY naturally…now it has most lethal combination of MUTANT DNA/RNA. It was NOT designed or desired but occurred naturally. Yes, it was part of research for WMD bio weapon. But it occurred naturally by uncontrolled MUTATION by the virus strain itself. Than it goes out of control during testing periods. This virus is not some seasonal virus but well engineered WMD bio weapon. It will become more virulent in SUMMER dry season. Soon it will be declared a GLOBAL PANDEMIC.

    .

    COR-V-ID-9/11 SCREENING

    IR BODY TEMPERATURE + IR NON CONTACT TEMPERATURE GUN THERMOMETER + Symptoms

    .

    COR-V-ID-9/11 CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS

    CT SCAN of lungs + MRI Scan of BRAIN + Symptoms

    .

    COR-V-ID-9/11 CONFIRMATION "DNA FINGERPRINTING" TESTS

    Nucleic Acid Test PCR + COVID19 DNA segregated and replicated in bulk + Symptoms

    .

    HIV-CORONA-VIRUS-HIV | COVID-9/11 WMD TERRORISM | COVID-9/11-COR-V-ID-9/11

  • 1chai says:

    Just call it Wuhan Virus to remind the Chinese not to eat exotic animals again.

  • Volkan İlkehan says:

    Usa depends on chine in regards to making medicine which is a terrible thing look where globalism and cheap labor got you usa should be able to produce it’s own stuff but that would only happen if they bring their production back in to the country which means they will have to pay American workers higher wage and that also means less money for the rich

  • Mσɦsiɳ Ali says:

    Im From Kashmir Valley
    All Humans Are Sources Of A Single Couple:
    So We All Are Familiar, Whoever Dies Is One Of Our Family…
    I feel extremely sad for china,and for rest of the world
    May Almighty Allah Show Mercy Soon….
    Say
    Aameen

  • Maggie Teiner says:

    Don't buy into the official word that this virus is coming from bats. They said the same thing about every other deadly virus. When you research how it was the Pilbright Institute that developed this virus with the funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, it puts tings into a whole new perspective. It is a depopulation tool. It should also be noted that this virus showed up just before the chinese new year, and in chine. What better way to test and distribute the virus world wide. Think about it. Unfortunately, we all are the guinea pigs in the elites game of depopulation.

  • Ryan Blanchard says:

    Superspreaders are ignorant people that dont understand hygeine. They pick their nose, rub their eyes, touch shopping carts and then every product on the shelf and then put it back, they dont cover their mouths when they cough and sneeze etc. And the way they usually get ill is by touching public things and then eating fast food with their virus covered hands. WASH YOUR DAMN HANDS!

  • Crow Rat says:

    Stigma is already here to stay.

  • Rachel Who? says:

    What would you define as a "crowded areas?" My parents aren't letting me go to the gym, hang out with friends, or go shopping…?

  • Nigward says:

    Im not trying to say that its Asia’s fault but it is

  • MinminX Wolfcat says:

    I love you Osmosis. You made my Science And Health subject easier to understand and learn!! New sub <3

  • Empress Empress says:

    Call it like it is : CHINAVIRUS!!

  • Raymond Beecham says:

    What I've learned. Bats are just as evil as mosquitoes.

  • Christina C says:

    Thank you for this video. Much appreciated.

  • 2PacPRNDL says:

    not recommended to wear masks or not necessary?

  • BornInTheUSA says:

    Thanks for all the clear info!! ❤️❤️

  • OhPlease a says:

    Most likely more people have died from the moronic conspiracy clips. Yes it is a disease but many more have died from just the common cold. Yes it is scary and yes china is not very forthcoming, but i say that is all due to your self. Every country is becoming more authoritarian by the minutes and those type of governments do not like oversight or openness. So if you are whining about china not being open, maybe look at your self since you do not like openness, after all you hide behind the faceless avatar on internet and spout many and many hate comments.

  • Wang Shiny says:

    That is very helpful! Thank you! you made me know more.

  • LeaveIt 2Brook says:

    You said to avoid crowds, what about children in public schools? Some children don’t wash their hands or cover their mouths when coughing (adults too) I feel like that’s a breeding ground for infection especially if people aren’t disinfecting surfaces the way they are supposed to. Should kids just stay home and do online education or have parents teach them to avoid getting sick from a possibly infected individual?

  • tarun rana says:

    Good piece of info.. keep it up.

  • Storbuki says:

    The virus has already proven to be asymptomatic.

  • Renn Li says:

    I'd still wear a surgical mask when I'm in crowded, touristy areas, not risking some guy who may be carrying the virus coughing into my face.

  • manish sharma says:

    Anyone from China here ??
    Only you people can tell the reality because China government always try to hide the matter.

  • Cav L says:

    1:29 why do you show a white woman with a non white child ffs! Miscegenation is ancestor/race betrayal

  • Cav L says:

    9:29 showing miscegenation/bestiality/ancestor/race betrayal again!

  • lou starnley says:

    Animal lover piece of shits

  • John Hancock says:

    Just get to the symptoms asshole !

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