The coronavirus, which has taken the shape of an epidemic in front of the world, has killed more than 4300 people so far. Research is going on about this, but at the moment some confirming information has not been received. There is no cure for this virus until now. A total of 75 positive cases of Covid-19 have been reported in India so far. Meanwhile, a 3D picture of a patient affected by the coronavirus has surfaced.
According to Sky News Tech, the Radiological Society of North America has released a 3D picture of the lung of a patient affected by corona. Actually, the patient’s CT scan has been done. An investigation found pneumonia.
This 3D video from @RSNA shows what are called ground-glass opacities in the lungs of a #COVID-19 patient. These opacities on the CT scan indicate pneumonia as the spaces which are normally filled by air are being filled with something else.Advertisement
— Sky News Tech (@SkyNewsTech) March 12, 2020
In the picture of the 3D lung, it is clearly visible that the lungs are usually filled with air, but in this picture, something else is visible instead of air. Please tell here that symptoms like fever and trouble in breathing are found in the corona virus infected.
Ways to avoid coronavirus:
From the state government to the central government, people are constantly making them aware. People are being appealed to maintain social distress. Avoid shaking hands. Keep hammering your hand every once in a while. Cover the mouth while coughing or sneezing.
If you have a fever, see a doctor immediately. Do not leave the house without any necessary work. The central government has also issued a helpline number for this. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare can call 24 * 7 helpline number + 91-11-23978046 of Government of India or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where how many cases:
Six in Delhi, 14 in Haryana (all foreign), 17 in Kerala (three have been treated), three in Rajasthan (two foreign), one in Telangana, 11 in UP (one foreigner), three in Ladakh, three in Tamil Nadu. One positive case was found in Jammu and Kashmir, one in Punjab, five in Karnataka (one died), 11 in Maharashtra and one in Andhra Pradesh.
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