Monday 27 September 2021
Books – Syed Metwally
We are all looking forward to knowing what is happening every minute, given the tremendous development that “Covid-19” has brought into our lives.
“Masrawy” provides a daily service to display everything you want to know about the developments of the emerging corona virus, from the emergence of new symptoms or the occurrence of a different mutation, as well as the development of vaccines and medicines in brief.
Warning about the effect of tobacco on symptoms
The Ministry of Health and Population confirmed that more than 8 million people die every year around the world due to tobacco use, and advises citizens to maintain their health.
And the Ministry of Health and Population had revealed that smokers of heart and respiratory patients are more likely to develop severe symptoms when infected with the Corona virus, demanding to quit smoking completely, and explained that cigarettes suffocate the lungs and the rest of the body’s organs, and prevent them from the oxygen necessary for the proper growth of their functions, and advised to stop immediately. About smoking, pointing out that smoking harms the lung and increases the possibility of complications from the Corona virus, and demanded to quit it quickly, according to what was stated on its official page on the Facebook website.
A new surprise about the origin of the virus
The origin and separation of the Corona virus is still a baffling issue for scientists, despite the many and many theories that talked about its transmission from the Wuhan Fish Market or its leakage from a research laboratory in the same Chinese city.
Researchers have discovered that the Corona viruses lurking in Laotian bats seem to be the closest to the virus that causes Covid 19, as they are found in nature in general, according to the “Live Science” website.
Breast milk vaccinated against corona contains antibodies against corona
A recent study found that the breast milk of a mother who received an anti-Coronavirus vaccine contains antibodies that may protect her infant from infection.
According to a report published by the British newspaper, The Independent, more research is needed to determine the effects of antibodies on infant immunity, and according to the study, researchers from the American University of Florida said that their findings could have a positive impact on infant rates. Vaccination is for pregnant and lactating women who have considered the vaccines safe for them, but many of them are still hesitant about vaccination, according to Al Arabiya.