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Everyone is infected with coronavirus at least once in their life. Canadian Armenian doctor

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A prominent and experienced Canadian physician, columnist, author of numerous books, Karbis Harboyan has frequently written about coronavirus in his articles published in the press. Back in January, when rumors of a coronavirus outbreak in China had already been announced but there was little information, Dr. Harboyan had published an article in the Diaspora Armenian press entitled "Recognize the Crown Prince." By the way, the copyright to call the coronavirus "copyright" belongs to Garbis Harboyan, who has also used the term in his Armenian articles. He called the virus in Armenian a "crown" and the diseases caused by the virus - a "corona virus disease".

According to a Canadian-Armenian doctor, the coronavirus is caused by the coronaviridae virus that was first discovered in the 1960s in a patient who had rhinitis in the mucous membrane of the nose.

Describing the virus and the problems it causes, Garbis Harboyan treats it calmly, noting that every person in his life is infected with coronavirus at least once, so there is no need to worry;

According to Harboyan, in nature, coronavirus strikes cows, pigs, chickens as well as bats, snakes and a number of pets very easily. "Infection occurs very quickly in markets filled with cattle, chickens and snakes, as well as in special markets for slaughtered animals and slaughterhouses," says Garbis Harboyan in his article, adding that coronavirus is not generally one of the most easily transmitted viruses. Even if she does, she has mild symptoms, except for some severe cases she has mentioned.

"The primary infection of humans occurs through infected animals or their excretion by mucus," writes Garbis Harboyan. He then lists ways of transmitting human-to-human infection, what everyone already knows and what is being talked about a lot today: the airway and close contact with the infected person. The doctor also stresses not only the person infected with the coronavirus, but also the fact that he is kept away from his belongings, because the virus, according to him, remains viable on some surfaces. The advice of a Canadian Armenian physician was still the same four months ago: washing often, not kissing patients, not using general items, disinfecting the surroundings.

According to Garbis Harboyan, although this or that number of days is marked by the development of the virus in the body, the period of "sitting in the virus" (formulation itself) is not known until now.

"That is to say, after a healthy person is infected with coronavirus, it is not known on what day the symptoms will appear. It is also unknown what day the infected person is infected with a healthy person, ”the Canadian-Armenian doctor writes. In his article on coronavirus, Garbis Harboyan also notes that a person with coronavirus can get sick in any way, age also has nothing to do with it.

 "The virus generally has the usual symptoms of the flu and lasts for a few days. No treatment is needed, but the patient should stay at home and drink plenty of water, ”advises the experienced physician, adding that in case of worrisome symptoms and serious illness, one should consult a doctor. And he describes this condition with several symptoms:

If the virus causes:

Severe respiratory infections: sinusitis, rhinitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, tracheitis, bronchitis and pneumonia. Children also have inflammation of the middle ear and hearing loss.

During his experience, the doctor encountered those infected with coronavirus who also had a flow of nostrils, sore throat, fever, headache, followed by a change in voice and a mild cough. And when the body is unable to cope with the virus, followed by strong cough, high fever, pneumonia. The Canadian-Armenian physician also draws attention to the elderly, people with low levels of resistance, and those with HIV (HIV) and AIDS (AIDS), in that severe symptoms are predominantly observed in them. Serious patients, according to the doctor, are taken to hospitals. There is no vaccine yet, but they are working in that direction, he recalls.

The doctor then writes in his article about the different types of coronavirus that have been around the world since 2000. Today the world is horrified by the virus SARS-CoV-2, which reminds us of coronaviruses that have spread in many countries over the past decade.