A covid-19 appears to be a hybrid of the coronavirus found in bats and another coronavirus of unknown origin. In the next step, the researchers found that the virus was probably transmitted to humans from snakes

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A) COVID-19 appears to be a hybrid of the coronavirus found in bats and another coronavirus of unknown origin. In the next step, the researchers found that the virus was probably transmitted to humans from snakes. Researchers from South China Agricultural University in Guangzhou believe that the source of the new coronavirus could be pangolins. The latent period of this virus is 14-24 days. The virus has a strong effect on humans. An infected person may experience dry cough, shortness of breath, fever, and fatigue. Patients with the virus are more likely to suffer from fever and shortness of breath.

B) I don't think the virus is bad for the environment. Due to the quarantine, many people were sitting in the house without work. People harm the environment. The ozone layer is being depleted due to various factories. Ozone depletion is causing a variety of fires. Take Australia, for example, where half of Australia has burned up as a result of ozone depletion. More icebergs are melting and tsunamis are occurring. And the fact that people stay at home because of the virus is having a good effect on the environment in my opinion.

C) Because of the virus, people are less likely to go out. They were afraid to go to see each other. Education has stopped due to quarantine. The students did not get an education. Work stopped and workers lost their jobs. It was very difficult to earn money to support his family. Weddings have been canceled due to the virus. It is forbidden to go out without a mask. The virus has made it dangerous to go outside. If this continues, it could affect our future. It can have a negative impact on the development of the country. I hope that with the heat of the day, the virus will slowly disappear and will not affect the future of Uzbekistan.

D) Today, scientists and doctors all over the world are fighting the virus. They work day and night without rest. They are finding a vaccine against this virus. Developing new vaccines takes time, and they must be rigorously tested and confirmed safe via clinical trials before they can be routinely used in humans. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the US, has frequently stated that a vaccine is at least a year 18 months away. Experts agree there's a ways to go yet. Vaccines are incredibly important in the fight against disease. We've been able to keep a handful of viral diseases at bay for decades because of vaccine development. Even so, there exists confusion and unease about their usefulness. This guide explains what vaccines are, why they are so important and how scientists will use them in the fight against the coronavirus. It also discusses the current treatment options being used and those that show promise in hospitals.

E) It’s already clear that after the coronavirus epidemic disappears, the world will never be the same. It is possible that the lives of the inhabitants of our planet will be divided into “before” and “after” - before and after the coronavirus. The most dramatic change seems to be awaiting the Europeans. It is for them who are not accustomed to cataclysms, who do not know what the Soviet deficit and post-Soviet survival are, it is most difficult to get used to a new state, when a comfortable life collapses before our eyes, and in front of them is a frightening unknown. The shock to many was the closure of borders and the actual liquidation (even if only for a while) of the Schengen zone. It turned out that the noble principles on which the European Union was created and existed did not stand the test of the first serious crisis. The coronavirus epidemic has helped reduce air pollution in China. On Sunday, March 1, NASA reported. The agency has published relevant satellite images showing a decrease in the level of nitrogen dioxide in the air. Nitrogen dioxide is emitted by vehicles, power plants and industrial facilities. According to NASA scientists, at first the air became cleaner near Wuhan, where the coronavirus epidemic began. By the end of February, this trend has spread throughout the country.
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