We as a human race are in the midst of a severe crisis, one that hasn't been witnessed for centuries and is likely to impact a sizable portion of the world population by the time it recedes. Since December 11, 2019, we have been living under the premonition of Coronavirus or SARS COV 2 Virus which is a virus strain that generally transmits from Pangolin and Bats.
The first transmission of the virus took place in a food market in Wuhan, China from where it has spread to almost all major countries in the world with the entirety of Europe, the United States of America, South American countries like Brazil and Mexico, and India being the epicenter of the virus from time to time.
Incessant lockdowns, complete closure of all movement-related activities, wearing masks, using hand sanitizers frequently, and maintaining social distancing have become some of the characteristics of the new way of living to save oneself from getting exposed to the virus.
Intensive studies have been going on for the last part of the year to identify a vaccination to curb this virus and restrain it from spreading further. The virus generally impacts the body by affecting the respiratory system with the common cold, cough, fever, lack of smell and taste are some of the most primary symptoms of contracting Coronavirus.
Some of the biggest pharmaceutical companies and agencies and Clinical Research Institutes like Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and Oxford University have been involved with finding a perfect vaccine combination for the virus. Although significant progress has been made with bulk testing of samples of more than 30,000 critical patients at a time, with the vaccine having been injected into the bodies of animals, encouraging signs are sure to appear within the end of December.
However, a conclusive fact that has come out from the extensive study of the virus strain is that people who have never been infected by the virus have been showing immune symptoms to the virus which has helped them prevent the penetration of the virus into the system. Infectious Diseases Experts all around the world have cited the reason being the exposure to the common cold Coronavirus. To confirm their findings, they analysed over 300 blood samples collected before the pandemic, between 2011 and 2018.
When people have been exposed to the common cold Coronavirus, they have developed antibodies in their blood cells which is a direct result of their productive immune system. Thus, these people have become somewhat immune to the Novel SARS COV 2 Coronavirus which impacts the respiratory system in human beings. The S1 and S2 Protein Antibodies help in blocking the entry of the virus through the surface cells of the body.
Firstly, it was only thought that S1 antibodies help in preventing the recurrence of the virus. However, with time scientists have come to conclusive agreements that both S1 and S2 antibodies help in preventing the Coronavirus from entering the body. Adequate research has suggested that this phenomenon has mostly been noted in children aged six to sixteen.
Premier Research Institutes all around the world have termed this as a path-breaking discovery in the fight against Covid 19. Immunity Development has been one of the major practices for people all around the world as it has been considered as a permanent cure for diseases like the Novel Coronavirus which is not only highly contractive but also impacts the respiratory system thus making the breathing capacity of the lungs more redundant.
In addition to that, it makes the body weak and subservient with the antibiotics that are charged into the body to get rid of the flu-like symptoms that are seen frequently.
In the fight against Covid 19, we must all be aware of our surroundings and ensure that we maintain the utmost amount of safety when we are in a public commune and interacting in a socially volatile environment. Social Distance with keeping a distance of around 1 meter between two people when interacting has become the norm since it helps in reducing the chance to contract this particle-born virus.
Moreover, the practice that has been made most necessary is the constant wearing of masks and regular sanitization with alcohol-based sanitizers to wash off the germs and the virus present on the surface layer.