How has the virus changed? questions and answers

That the virus now in circulation is highly transmissible is shown by the continuous increase in infections. On the other hand, the pathogenicity, i.e. the ability of the omicron 4 and 5 variants to trigger more or less severe diseases, is discussed. While it’s true that most people who become infected can manage the symptoms … Read more

“An infected person can infect 17 other people”

omicron 5 and the variant from covid more contagious: It is able to bypass the immune defenses generated by the disease and also by vaccines. Translated: Those who already have Covid can become infected again and those who have received three doses of the vaccine remain exposed to infection from this latest mutation of the … Read more

“An infected person can infect 17 other people”

omicron 5 and the variant from covid more contagious: It is able to bypass the immune defenses generated by the disease and also by vaccines. Translated: Those who already have Covid can become infected again and those who have received three doses of the vaccine remain exposed to infection from this latest mutation of the … Read more

the symptoms, the vaccine, how it is transmitted and the treatments (which do not exist)

Polio (poliomyelitis) – as described by the Higher Institute of Health – is a serious infectious disease that affects the central nervous system and primarily affects the motor neurons of the spinal cord. First described by Michael Underwood, a British physician, in 1789, polio was first recorded as an epidemic in Europe in the early … Read more