What is COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)?
Viruses, which can cause disease in humans and animals and have a lot of types, are called “coronavirus”. These viruses, which generally cause cold in humans, can have led to conditions that might result in death. The SARS-CoV epidemic, which outbroke in 2002 at Guangdong state of China, spread 17 countries worldwide. During this epidemic, 8098 individuals were infected and 774 of these passed away. The MERS-CoV epidemic, which outbroke in 2012 in Saudi Arabia, has affected 27 countries worldwide, 861 individuals out of 2499, who were infected, lost their lives.