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Jabeen Komal, Husnain Haider Muhammad Basit, Haider Zeshan, Hassan Ali, ,
Global Journal of Clinical Virology, Volume 6, pp 012-020; doi:10.17352/gjcv.000011

Published: 2 September 2020
Abstract:
Coronavirus
that is also known as
COVID
-
19
disease is produced by SARSCoV-2. This causative agent is highly contagious and can cause potentially fatal pneumonia worldwide with serious public health concerns. In the beginning among infected individuals, most of them were those who were mainly shown to the wet animal market in a big city of China known as Wuhan. So, it was suggested that this was almost certainly the zoonotic source of
COVID
-
19
illness. The transitional source of origin and their mode of transmission to
humans
were not known obviously. Conversely, from
human
to
human
rapidly transformation have been confirmed generally.
Currently
, there is no availability of FDA approved clinically antiviral drugs and/or vaccines to be used against the
COVID
-
19
. Afterward, SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV, the occurrence of SARS-CoV-2 has been manifested as the third sketch of an enormously pathogenic
coronavirus
into
human
population globally. In this review, we provide a brief overview of the history of
COVID
-
19
in
Pakistan
up-to 18th weeks after beginning,
current
situation, epidemiology, and its
impact
on the
human
population. Moreover, we focused on
physiological
variation during the incubation period, genome analysis of SARS-CoV2, supportive treatment approaches, and safety measures in the Pakistani population, which may be supportive for combating the risk of
COVID
-
19
epidemic. We also reviewed the future approaches for the development of therapeutic interventions and vaccines to cope with the
COVID
-
19
epidemic.
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