Symptoms of the global Corona virus include coughs, colds and fevers, but a new report has revealed that the virus can survive in the human eye.
According to a report in the Jerusalem Post, a woman from China showed no symptoms such as a cold or cough, but was diagnosed with the corona virus, which later revealed that the virus had infected her eye.
The report added that corona virus can live longer in the eye than in other parts of the body.
The 65-year-old woman whose eyes were infected with the virus arrived in Wuhan, Italy, from Italy, where she was diagnosed with the virus.
According to the report, she had consulted a doctor on January 27 this year after she fell ill. The woman had said that she had a cough and fever as well as an eye infection.
After spending 20 days in the hospital, his eye infection disappeared, but the next day it was discovered that his eye had also been infected with the corona virus.
He has not shown any signs of the virus since that day, but the virus was discovered in his eye again on the 27th day at the hospital.
The report claims that despite looking healthy, the virus can be present in any person.
The World Health Organization (WHO) analyzed more than 55,000 cases in China in February and described the symptoms of code 19 in detail.
The most common symptoms and rates in patients are as follows:
Dry cough 68%
33% with cough with sputum or thick mucus
Difficulty breathing 19%
15% bone or joint pain
Sore throat 14%
Vomiting or nausea 5%
Nasal congestion 5%
Cough bleeding 1%
Eye swelling one percent
In a study conducted in February at Zhongnan Hospital in Wuhan University, China, after examining the symptoms and other factors of the virus in about 140 hospitalized patients, the researchers said the most common early symptom of the virus was fever. It was found in 99% of the patients in the study.
Code 19 is an infection of the lower respiratory tract, which means most of the symptoms are felt in the chest and lungs, and it is different from the common cold, which is an infection of the upper respiratory tract, including runny nose and cold. Encounters
These symptoms were not found in most patients with code 19, but in some cases they did occur.
But the good news is that cod 19 is not a death sentence because it was mild in 80% of people in China and most people can control the symptoms at home.
If you notice these symptoms, seek medical help at home instead of going to the doctor so that the infection does not spread to other people.