Dutch scientists from the Habrecht Institute, the Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam, and Maastricht University have examined the effects of coronavirus on cell culture models in the human intestine and the response of these cells. When the coronavirus was added to the genome of these cells, it soon became infected and the number of infected cells increased suddenly.
According to experts, many patients suffer from other symptoms of COVID-19 such as nausea and diarrhea, as well as detection of viral particles in the stool, and the data obtained from this study indicate that the virus can spread through something called “transmission”. Oral stool virus “, meaning that the virus in the stool of an infected person can be transmitted to a healthy person by this stool.
On March 11, the World Health Organization announced that an outbreak of the Corona virus, a new epidemic, is a global pandemic. According to the latest data from the World Health Organization, the global death toll of those infected with Corona Virus has exceeded the ceiling of 3.3 million cases, while the death toll is close to a quarter of a million people.
The United States remains first in the number of deaths and patients, and there is a large disaster system in place.