COVID-19 Infection in People with Diabetes
The virus can spread from infected animals but human-to-human transmission is also possible. It spreads like any other respiratory disease, through contaminated air-droplets that come out of the mouth of infected persons when talking, coughing or sneezing. The virus can survive in the environment from a few hours to a few days (depending on surfaces and environmental conditions) and touching affected surfaces and then the mouth or nose is thought to be the way of transmission. The virus is killed in the environment with alcohol-based solutions.
People affected with COVID-19 can have fever, cough, shortness of breath (trouble breathing), feel tired and have muscle aches. Breathing problems occur when the infection affects the lungs and causes pneumonia. Symptoms usually start a few days after a person is infected with the virus, with most cases occurring approximately 3-7 days after exposure. In some people, it can take up to 14 days for symptoms to appear.
With the same purpose our Journal “Journal of metabolic syndrome” is announcing Special issue Call for paper on “Covid -19 infection in people with Diabeted”. We welcome both solicited and unsolicited submissions that will contribute to this special issue.
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