The Corona Virus Disease, the common name for the SARS-Coagulant Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (STS), has claimed many lives across the globe in the past two years. Unfortunately, many COVID-19 victims are in poor health, and the virus is highly contagious; that is why experts must find a cure to the disease quickly. In many cases, this disease was fatal, but there are new drugs on the market to help treat sufferers and limit the amount of death and illness caused by the infection.
Although there have been many deaths reported worldwide since this virus first originated in the early days of December 2019, much research has been done to find a cure. However, despite advancements in technology, authorities are still finding difficulties searching for the virus’s origin. That is why authorities find it challenging to produce a vaccine that will completely shield an individual from being contaminated by the COVID-19.
The Corona Virus Disease 2019 is most commonly spread by contact with bodily fluids such as saliva and blood. However, it can also be transmitted through various methods, including the air. Since it is a bacterium, it thrives in areas of high humidity and warmth.
As mentioned earlier, there is still no treatment or cure for this disease. Many doctors will only advise patients on how to dress appropriately and what not to do if they have contracted the disease. There are no specific studies done to show the correlation between gender and SARS-Coagulant Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. However, studies to determine the long-term effects of this disease on the world’s population should be done.
As assistance, health authorities enforced a fit to fly COVID test, such as a PCR test that acknowledges if a person is contaminated or not, when the results of the COVID-19 test display negative, the individual will receive a fit to fly certificate that allows them to travel. In addition, the Rapid Antigen Test is also an additional examination that assists in determining who is positive with the said bacteria.
What are the differences between the PCR and Rapid Antigen Test?
Read and ponder about the variances of the two trials on the infographic below brought to you by Harley Medic International: