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How Do Viruses Spread?

by Shawkea USA |

Frequent transmission routes are called "droplet transmission," and "contact transmission.”

Droplet transmission occurs when people who have been infected with viral influenza can spread the virus-containing droplets to other uninfected people through coughing, sneezing, and other methods.

Virus Incubation Period

Using one single virus as an example: One virus can proliferate to 100 in 8 hours, 10,000 in 16 hours, and explosively proliferate to 1 million in 24 hours. The incubation period is about 1 to 3 days. Significant flu symptoms such as high fever (at or above 38 ° C,) general weakness, and headache will begin to appear.

If a family member has a fever, please wash your hands frequently and gargle and ensure adequate sleep.

About Virus Proliferation

Attachment → Penetration → Uncoating → Replication and Proliferation → Nucleic Acid + Protein Synthesis → Nucleoprotein (Virosome)

Viruses need the power of other organisms to multiply; that is, they depend on other organisms to survive and reproduce.

Viral infection begins with finding organisms and attaching to the surface of cells. After the virus attaches to the cell surface, the invasion/penetration process begins. At this point, the virus's DNA or RNA's nucleic acid begins to shed in the cell. In the cell, for the nucleic acid to be free, proteins begin to break down from the viral nucleus, and the viral nucleic acid begins to invade the cell.

So if you have sick symptoms, please follow the advice as below: 

  • Wear a mask to prevent infection
  • Get enough sleep
  • Frequent urination is important
  • Keep hands away from mouth and eyes and, other methods. 
  • Prevent infections in the pharyngeal mucosa.
  • Avoid overeating.