Coronavirus is one of the most common viruses that cause nasal infections, sinuses, and sore throats. In most cases, it is not a serious infection except for the two types are known as the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) and atypical pneumonia, or what is known as a severe acute respiratory syndrome. Of the 475 people killed due to respiratory syndrome in the Middle East, which first appeared in 2012 in Saudi Arabia and then in other countries in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe. However, since 2015, there have been no further reports of severe acute respiratory syndrome cases.
The origin of the Coronavirus, the cause of respiratory syndrome in the Middle East, is a zoonotic virus. This means that it is a virus that is transmitted between animals and people. Some studies have shown that infection with the virus started through direct or indirect contact with infected camels with this virus, and some believe that the virus originated initially in bats, and later moved to camels, then from camels to humans.
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