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ISSN 2410-955X - An International Biannual Journal
BIOMEDICAL LETTERS
Infection control measures for COVID-19
Amna Abid 1* #, Muhammad Sajid 1* #, Sadia Zahid 1, Hamid Mukhtar 2, Muhammad Wajid 3, Sidra Saeed 3

1 Faculty of Life Sciences, Department of Biotechnology, University of Okara, 56300, Punjab, Pakistan
2 School of Law, University of Okara, 56300, Punjab, Pakistan,
3 Faculty of Life Sciences, Department of Zoology, University of Okara, 56300, Punjab, Pakistan

Abstract
In the month of December year 2019, a virus that is known as novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) activate via SARS-CoV 2 pop up in a country that is China and now has unfold in numerous countries. This virus is mutating continuously and appears as more severe in transmitting infections and mortality. It is found that transmission rate and mortality due to COVID-19 is different in different regions. It is also reported that pregnant ladies are prone populace of COVID-19 and are greater in all likelihood to possess problem and proceed to extreme illness. However, direct transference from mom to toddler is still to be approved. Coronavirus discovered (COVID-19) has hastily activated like a world fitness ultimatum. The reason of this in article is to measure our neighborhood trip of boosting contamination manage rate COVID-19 contamination of each medical care people and sufferers. In addition, it is recommended to make effective legislation to control the spread of viral diseases globally.






   

A R T I C L E  I N F O

Received
October 10, 2020
Revised
November 23, 2020
Accepted
December 31, 2020

*Corresponding Author
Muhammad Sajid
E-mail
sajeepbg@gmail.com

Keywords
Administrative limitation
Environment managing
Private Defensive Gear
Social distancing strategies
Sustainable radiology operations

Note (#)
These authors contributed equally to this work





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