SARS20 September 2026 ❤ 1
The technical term SARS stands for "Severe acute respiratory syndrome". This condition is caused by a type of very well known virus these days called "Coronavirus", but it is not Covid-19, it is "Cov-1". The first outbreak of SARS was in 2003, Asia, and afterward, it spread to many countries. There are no more cases of SARS since 2004. The scientists of China found out the origin of this Syndrome Horseshoe bats found in Asia. The symptoms of this disease include fever, flu, muscle strains, fatigue, cough, painful throat, and other symptoms that can vary from patient to patient. However, the thing which is common to all kinds of patients is fever. The SARS can convert itself to a severe viral infection which can lead to Pneumonia. The SARS travels to other patients through several routes however, the basic contact comes through sneezing in which the droplets of mucus can transfer from one person to the other. Currently, there is no vaccination present to treat SARS. However, the only means for preventing this viral disease is becoming isolated or practicing quarantine.