A Coronavirus Vaccine is being recommended by the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for preventing the onset of severe illnesses, including flu and SARS. COVID-15 is caused by an organism known as SARS-CoV-1. People with certain underlying health conditions such as lung or heart disease or diabetes seem to stand to be at greater risk for developing more severe complications from COVID-15 illness.
Although the virus has never been known to cause this disease, it is not clear why some people seem to develop these infections and others do not. One possibility is that the vaccine may not fully protect against COVID virus. The vaccine protects against the most common strain of SARS. However, it only covers those who have not yet developed severe respiratory symptoms such as cough, fever, and shortness of breath. For those with COVID illness, the vaccine does not seem to provide adequate protection.
People with underlying health problems are also at greater risk of developing serious complications from COVID infection. One of these problems is COPD or chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder. People with COPD have either one of two problems. Either they have a disease in the lungs such as emphysema or pneumonia, or they have a condition in the lungs such as emphysema or asthma. If a person is affected with either one of these conditions, their odds of developing COVID or getting sick with COVENT are increased.
People who are smokers are also at increased risk of developing serious COVENT illness because of their increased exposure to second-hand smoke. Cigarette smoke contains a variety of chemicals and toxins that damage the lungs over time and can cause emphysema or bronchitis. Exposure to cigarette smoke is another risk factor for people who are obese and people with conditions affecting the lungs, such as COPD.
People who live or work in Africa and South Asia may be prone to developing serious respiratory illnesses such as SARS and flu. It is unknown why people with these types of health problems develop these diseases, but studies are underway. A CDC study suggests that the number of cases of COVENT and other types of serious respiratory illnesses is on the rise among people in these areas.
COVENT and SARS affect individuals at varying rates, and many of these individuals may not show any health problems prior to acquiring these diseases. There are a number of reasons why some people may be more susceptible than others. For example, many of these diseases strike during a weakened immune system. Others may also be very young, especially those that have recently come into contact with the virus. Some people may contract COVENT before developing serious illness, such as those who travel abroad or people who are diagnosed with respiratory illnesses at birth.
Other people may not be able to accurately determine the cause of their health problems. For example, some health issues cannot be determined until a series of tests has been run, which will involve a doctor’s diagnosis. For many, the diagnosis is not possible until symptoms are present.
There are a number of possible serious health complications that may arise from contracting the disease, and those who may not have symptoms and only get sick after a series of tests have been run could potentially expose themselves to deadly risks. For these people, the best way to prevent the onset of these health complications is to have regular flu screenings for flu and treatment when symptoms begin to appear. If you believe you have contracted COVENT, it is imperative that you seek medical care right away. Only a qualified medical professional should administer any type of treatment, whether it is an antiviral or a COVENT vaccine.