The patient who survived the Corona Virus explained the whole process (Video)

The patient who survived the Corona Virus explained the whole process

The patient who survived the Corona Virus explained the whole process

British citizen Conor Reed, who lives in China, is just one of 68,000 people who have survived the COVID-2019 disease caused by coronavirus. Conor Reed, who told the BBC about his three-stage disease process, also shared important information about not mixing the epidemic with the flu and increasing the measures by taking it seriously.

The coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), which started in the Wuhan city of China and showed its effect in the world in about 2.5 months, was detected in more than 128.000 people according to the current figures. More than 68,000 of these people survived the COVID-2019 disease caused by the virus. A UK citizen who survived the disease transferred the entire process to the BBC.

Conor Reed, who lives in the zero point of the epidemic, states that he had all the symptoms of the disease before the coronavirus test was positive. Explaining that he survived COVID-2019 in three stages, Reed explains that he had a cold first and then a flu and finally a severe pneumonia.

“It started out like a common cold at first. Then came the flu and pneumonia. When I showed flu symptoms, I felt like the truck crashed.”

Reed experienced this 3-step process in one month in total. During this period, he did not take the situation very seriously when the symptoms were mild. However, when he got to the flu stage, he went to a health center due to the symptoms that worsened and spent the remaining process under quarantine until he survived the disease.

New type coronavirus SARS-CoV-2; manifested by shortness of breath, cough and high fever symptoms. In this process, patients can experience flu and severe pneumonia due to problems caused by the respiratory system. In individuals with weakened immune systems, the destruction caused by the virus makes the effect feel even more severe.

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