Cold, flu and corona

All three infections have the same initial symptoms.
After testing, the virus was different, but was it really necessary to classify it as a disease?
There are two types of influenza, type A and type B.
From now on, the time will come when new species will appear.
First of all, if it had been called cold type C or influenza type C, the public’s impression would have been very different.
Many people are skeptical that there may have been excessive requests for self-restraint out of fear of a large-scale infection.
After all, it is a result theory.
Those who traveled abroad this weekend must have felt that Japan is the only country that wears masks.
The constant use of masks, hand sanitizers and handkerchiefs may become a part of Japanese clothing culture.
There are also test kits that can test for both influenza and coronavirus.
After 10 years, have you had a cold A, B, C, D, E, F, etc.?
Experts may get mad, but the mortality rate is about 0.1 to 0.25, which is almost the same to the layman.
Until now, ambulances and hospitals have been on guard against only the fever symptoms of the elderly, thinking that it might be corona, and in fact, there is a current situation where it is difficult to find a hospital.
The coronavirus is also reborn as a new species in order to coexist with humans.
If you destroy mankind, you will also destroy yourself.
Infectious diseases will eventually end.
It is also the history of life.
In the long run though.
For the elderly, colds and flu can be life-threatening if left unchecked.
Did he just say don’t be afraid and don’t let your guard down?
No cough today.
I’ll be taking your temperature as well.
Preparations for coming to work after the consecutive holidays are just beginning.
Even if the coronavirus changes from type 2 to type 5, the response will not change.

Pulse oximeter 96/99/99
Body temperature 36.2 Blood sugar 150

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