The Outbreak Of Novel Coronavirus (2019-COVID) Pandemic, Its Impacts On Vaccination Development And Health Care. A Systematic Literature Review Paper.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2845-2870
AbstractThe recent deadly outbreak of Novel coronavirus (2019-COVID) associated with human to human transmission and severe human infection has been recently reported from the city of Wuhan in Hubei province in China and gradually the number of infected people around the globe increased in fatality ratio. This study aims to identify the historical background of the coronavirus family that is already affected the civilization and animals. This study will overview the overall literature published on the Coronavirus and vaccination development with nature of viruses. For that, the Scopus database and web of science database is selected to analyse the published literature. The research methodology is followed by the strict screening process of the PRISMA statement framework (2015) for the screening and quality assessment. Final 93 studies are included for the systematic literature review. The most important and critical part of the study is about the classification of the past literature on the topic of coronavirus. severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS), Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS), bovine coronavirus, canine coronavirus and feline coronavirus are the major classifications discuss in the literature. This study contributes to the literature by providing an elaboration of a descriptive mapping of the existing literature on the studies of Coronavirus pandemic that is a greater challenge for humanity in the current circumstances. Finally, the future of the world after the 2019-COVID is more challenging and important for vaccination development and health care sector.
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