From which pet did the new strain of Corona pass on to humans? Experts fear
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Global medical and research experts investigating the transmission of the coronavirus to humans have raised a new concern.
According to international media reports, Dr. Gregory, a senior at Duke University’s World Health Organization and Epidemiology, expressed concern about the new species of corona being transmitted from animals to humans.
He feared that a new or modified species of corona had been transmitted from dogs to humans. Dr Gregory also said there was evidence of the virus in both stray and domestic dogs.
Dr. Gregory said that the corona viruses found in dogs are not usually transmitted to humans and no such cases have been reported so far, but more work has been done on these cases and their genomes have been decoded so that the situation Observe carefully.
Dr. Gregory said that the genetic sequence of the virus infected dogs at one point, surprisingly the virus was transmitted directly from dogs to humans because most of the genome contained the dog’s corona virus.
When coronavirus cases began to surface in late December two years ago, epidemiologist Dr Gregory Gray at Duke University’s Global Health Institute suspected the presence of another type of coronavirus.
“We don’t have the means to detect viruses, they are making people sick, which could lead to another epidemic,” he said. Dr. Gregory said that viruses are causing a silent disease in humans, which has a sudden effect.