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ISSN 2311-3219 - An International Triannual Journal
2021 | Volume 9 | Issue 2
Veterinary / Animal Sciences  |  Review article  |  https://doi.org/10.47262/SL/9.2.132021009
Novel Corona Virus and Veterinary Perspective: A Review

Syed Muhammad Raza, Tehreem Sajjad, Syeda Kainat Fatima, Muhammad Farooq Iqbal*

Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, PMAS-Arid Agriculture University, Murree Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

The family of RNA viruses, Coronaviridae has been responsible for the past two epidemics of many viral related diseases and viral pneumonia. Currently, the covid-19 pandemic is brought about by another member from the Coronaviridae family named SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome-corona virus), which arose from China in December 2019. Coronavirus was not considered primarily a pathogen in the human population until the outbreak of SARS-CoV-19. Coronavirus causes a variety of infectious diseases in many livestock, poultry, and pet animals resulting in great economic losses. Because of the long-term experience attained with animal CoV, veterinary medication could assist with producing a superior comprehension of the cause and spread of SARS-CoV-2 and could drive future exploration in human medication towards the improvement of safe immunization and successful immunogenic and antiviral medications. This review focuses on general morphological and genomic features, origin of coronaviruses, its specific impacts on animals in relation to zoonotic potential and food chain wrongdoings. In addition, we propose some recommendations and control strategies that could be applied in combating the threats imposed by the covid-19 pandemic.

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March 22, 2021
June 05, 2021
June 08, 2021
July 23, 2021

*Corresponding author
Muhammad Farooq Iqbal

Emerging disease
Zoonotic disease

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