Corona's riddles continue !!!!!
Coronavirus developments around the world continue daily, and despite this, the strategy of the virus is not known yet, as it varies from person to person until everyone began to wonder why the virus does not infect all people with the same degree and with almost the same symptoms .. We will review some differences now, as :
First: The number of deaths in children is very low and the number of injuries in adults or adolescents is high, according to data from the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A remarkable difference was recorded in Corona infections between people over 11 years old and those under this age, as the rate of injuries was doubled among children between 12 And 17 years old, compared to those between 5 and 11 years old.
The American centers set numbers and percentages between injuries and deaths according to the age group, and the death rate from confirmed injuries was as follows: 0.003% (0-19 years), 0.02% (20-49 years), 0.5% (50-69 years) and 5. 4% (70 years and over).
In general, although children are not immune to the virus, several studies in the United States have shown that children are less likely to have severe forms of Covid-19 compared to adults.
This is why the scientific debate continues to understand whether young children are infected with the same disease as adults or to a lesser degree, or if they transmit the virus to the same number as adults or not.
Second: Mexican Juan Pedro Franco, the 36-year-old who is known as "the fattest man in the world" in the Guinness Book of Records in 2017, defeated Covid-19 a month after he was infected with the virus, although he weighs about 200 kilograms. Meanwhile Franco's mother passed away; Because she was infected with Corona virus at the age of 66.
Where the man talked about his infection with the virus, saying, "It was complicated, because the disease is spreading quickly, and I am one of the people who face greater risks due to obesity and I suffer from headaches, physical pain, high fever, and difficulty breathing."
Despite his obesity and suffering from diabetes and chronic heart disease due to his weight, he succeeded in overcoming the disease.
Third: 4 members of one family with 4 different results of corona infection
The Rospiny family of four in Sunnyvale, California, contracted the Coronavirus in early April, but with different symptoms and recovery period.
Diego Rusbini, a 53-years-old computer scientist with a history of asthma, was hospitalized for a week in early April and dealt with respiratory problems and fatigue until August.
His wife, Connie Laris, a 48-years-old medical interpreter at Stanford Children's Hospital, suffered from a low-grade fever, body aches and diarrhea, but by June she felt fine.
Daughter Natalia (17years), was barely able to eat for months, coping with confusion and fatigue.
The son, Santiago (12 years), showed no symptoms except for increased appetite and a low-grade fever for a few days despite suffering from a congenital heart condition.
The Rospini family is currently part of a Stanford University study called the Long-Term Immunology Study, which looks at the immune response of Covid-19 patients in about 200 participants.
So far, scientists and doctors around the world are trying to find an effective vaccine for this emerging virus.