A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN THE FIRST AND SECOND WAVES OF WORLD THREATENING COVID-19 DISEASE
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 8234-8256
AbstractThe global pandemic COVID-19 produced by severe acute respiratory syndrome COVID 2. In this review; the aim of this study is to analyse the first and second wave of COVID-19 epidemics compared to the effect on human health. Many countries have various number of people infected in the second wave than the first one. The result of stimulation suggests that the second wave may occur in the mid July 2020 to the last week of February 2021. One of the main problems in managing the COVID-19 epidemic crisis is to known its effects human health of the second wave of COVID19 compared to the first wave for technical and calculated capabilities of nations. According to W.H.O. creation of a virus and its multiple replications is called as mutation. According to scientists, 18 mutations in 7 genes have been observed as a result of mutation and the new variant has been named B.1.617. The pair of spike genes has been linked to amino acid deletion and the ability to evade vaccines. As a result he is entering the receptor faster and infection is spreading rapidly. Corona virus enters the human body through this spike protein. In India RT- PCR tests are targeted at three genomic sequences of viruses. Only if three different genomic sequence matches will there is a positive report.
Key-words: Genomic sequence, Mutation, Virus, Microbiology, COVID-19, Pathology, Biology.
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