High Risk Population For COVID 19
Keywords:chronic respiratory disease, elderly people, greater risk people, heart disease, 2019 –novel corona virus
COVID-19 is a new type of corona virus that causes the disease. ‘CO’ is for corona, VI’ for viruses, and
‘D’ for illness. This disease was previously referred to as ‘2019 novel corona virus’ or ‘2019-nCoV. Corona
virus is the contagious disease (COVID-19) is arising from newly discovered. The COVID-19 virus gets
people of all ages infected. However, research to date shows that two classes of people are at greater risk
of being strongly struck by COVID-19. The older people and others with existing health problems. WHO
stresses that, in order to protect others, everyone must protect themselves from COVID-19. Old age people
and individuals with underlying disabilities such as heart problems, asthma, chronic lung disease and cancer
are more vulnerable to severe disease. Men is at a higher risk than females for COVID-19. Conclusion
According to this short communication article, two groups of people are at higher risk of developing severe
COVID-19 disease. Old age people and individuals with underlying disabilities such as heart problems,
asthma, chronic lung disease and cancer are more vulnerable to severe disease. These peoples have to take
more precaution to prevent covid -19 infections.
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