Novel Corona-virus Transmission and Prevention

The novel coronavirus 2019-nConV has been recognized as a highly pathogenic virus that infects the human respiratory tract and has high morbidity and mortality. The 2019-nCoV is a huge burden on health-care facilities, causing approximately 2.1% mortality so far.

Worldwide countries are at risk of developing respiratory pneumonia due to this Corona Virus from China. Hospitals in most regions of China reporting new cases of disease every day, the disease is fast spread among human, due to the assessment of transmission methods still not totally clear, this research review will evaluate the possible transmission method of novel coronavirus considering the following points: (i) improving preparedness with enhanced surveillance in particular regions; and (ii) targeting certain sentinel groups for surveillance in hot spots.


Salem H, Binashikhbubkr H, Xudong Wang, Zhou LT, Naji WQ, Chengwang Z and Zhong Gu Z

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