Did you know that the corona virus lives longer in the kidneys?

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Recent research on the corona virus, which is threatening the world, has come as a shock to us.

Although the corona virus affects the respiratory and immune systems, it can also affect the heart, kidneys, intestines, reproductive system, nervous system, skin, hair, and nails. In particular, the risk is higher for the elderly with other health problems. Covit-19 affects the kidneys, heart and blood vessels, liver, and pancreas. The virus is found in the small intestine, colon, kidneys, testicles, gallbladder, heart, thyroid gland, adipose tissue, rectum and lungs, the researchers said.

People with low risk of lung cancer may have a sore throat, fever, or respiratory problems. Respiratory damage is so severe that it can cause death in the elderly. There is no difference between male and female in lung and heart damage. But experts say men are more likely to have kidney problems than women. Therefore, men in Govit-19 are more likely to have kidney damage. In the early stages of the infection the virus is found to be present outside the respiratory tract, digestive tract, urinary tract, and sweat gland. It was advised that wearing a mask and social space is mandatory as the virus spreads through the respiratory tract. Researchers have now found that the virus can spread through the respiratory tract, feces, urine and skin.

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