According to a report by the Fox News website on August 26, 2020, an observational study conducted by a research team in Mount Sinai, New York, showed that in patients infected with the new coronavirus, a therapeutic dose (the author of the research report defines it as a full dose) The risk of death is reduced by 50% for people who use coagulation drugs or blood thinners and those who use preventive doses, that is, lower doses of blood thinning drugs, and the need for tracheal intubation is also reduced by 30%.
On August 17, 2020 local time, US Chief Infectious Disease Expert Anthony Fauci said: “We’d better not think that ‘young people who are not in the hospital are okay, and it’s okay to get them infected.’ No, that’s not possible.” He said at the briefing of the American Society of Microbiology: “For those who are young and healthy, they do not need hospitalization, but they do get sick. If the symptoms are severe, they will be bedridden for 1 to 3 weeks, and then they will get better.
According to BGR reports, some doctors recently warned that even after the virus is cleared, the symptoms of the new Coronavirus will linger. A study from the United Kingdom showed that about 75% of new Coronavirus pneumonia survivors will still experience symptoms within a few months, including difficulty breathing, excessive fatigue and muscle aches. Doctors don’t know what causes this so-called “long-term COVID” symptom, but they are continuing to research patients and trying to come up with treatments that may alleviate these side effects of COVID-19.
Reported illnesses have ranged from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases. The following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.* Fever Cough Shortness of breath Symptoms of COVID-19 are non-specific and those infected may either be asymptomatic or develop flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, fatigue, shortness of breath, or muscle pain. The typical signs and symptoms and their prevalence are shown in the corresponding table.