SARS COV 2: Complete Review on Global Pandemic (Covid 19)

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Praveen Kumar Gupta
B. S. Rithu
Kauser Banu
A. Shruthi
C. Sahana

Abstract

SARS COV 2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus 2) has created a global health emergency worldwide due to public health crisis and life-threatening situation. According to a recent study it has been reported that the virus was found originated in animal and transmitted to humans through a food chain. First case was reported in Wuhan-china on December 2019, In this review we have enlightened on different aspects of novel coronavirus 2019 and measure to combat the battle against the novel corona virus 2019.

Keywords:
SARS COV 2, global pandemic, food chain, transmitted

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Gupta, P. K., Rithu, B. S., Banu, K., Shruthi, A., & Sahana, C. (2020). SARS COV 2: Complete Review on Global Pandemic (Covid 19). Asian Journal of Biology, 9(1), 62-69. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajob/2020/v9i130078
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