Coronavirology: A Challenging Issue as a Whole

Ashraful Kabir

Department of Biology, Saidpur Cantonment Public College, Nilphamari, Bangladesh

Dr. Ashraful Kabir, Department of Biology, Saidpur Cantonment Public College, Nilphamari, Bangladesh.

Keywords: Coronavirology; Microbiology


World Health Organization (WHO) declares lots of research outcomes for all sorts of people of the world which are directly associated with human welfare. Many journals of the world related to human health are doing excellent and they put those on the internet. Anybody can snatch those articles and can use in their daily life. Oxford University and China, they could organize their scientific ideas on the vaccine and are hoping that their success very soon. This type of outbreak in the past we have seen like malaria, pox, diarrhea, and tuberculosis, and all were in epidemic and many people died within a short period. The immunity power of human beings is increasing day by day while they are habituated to hygiene, nutritious food, and exercise. Some members of the same family may have strong immunity power, so they can cope with not only Coronavirus but also other pathogenic micro-organisms.

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