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Winning the Battle Against Covid-19

Updated on March 27, 2020

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The evolution of it shows that

The fore parents were said

To have been existing since

8000 BCE having Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta

Its initial name was SARS-CoV-2

But since its upsurge in

December 2019 its name has

Been changed by health organization

Its now christened Covid-19

Because its full-blown effects

Were felt in 2019, in Wuhan

From where it gets to the world

It is said to be a member

Of a non-living organism called virus

Which can be inactive on

The surface of non-living things

Their dormant period varies depending

On the substrate on which

They lie, waiting for the

Time to enter living cells.

Living cells are called hosts

Could be the micro-organisms

Like bacteria to animals like

Bats and mammals like humans

When it enters living cells

Cells which are surrounded by

Plasmalemma with fluid like inside

Called cytoplasm in this lies

Nucleus and other substances those

Things that distinguish each cells

Are like suspensions in this

Fluid like area called cytoplasm

Here, they bathe and are

Lubricated receiving foods, nutrients, oxygen

And other materials for growth

And excrete waste products

When Covid-19 gets attached to the

Plasmalemma also called cell membrane

It instantly changes disposition becoming

Active, shooting out its “spikes”

Those spikes are thorn-like in

Nature, by these thorns they get

Themselves attached to cell membrane

Which is followed by endocytosis

By this endocytosis the contents

Of the viral agent would be

Emptied into the cytoplasm of

The host and proteins are produced

Covid-19 like others in its

Group like SARS, MERS, Ebola

Virus yea common cold which is

The non-lethal among all

Are Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) in nature

And are positive strands moving

To nucleus of host cells. Nucleus could

Be Deoxyribonucleic-Acid (DNA) or RNA

When it gets to nucleus

It stimulates the RNA producing

The non-essential proteins. The

First products are said to be Negatives

Positives produce negatives while these

Negatives also produce positives like

A photocopier on which the

Original produces the carbon copies

These nonessential proteins come together

Like agglomeration. These agglomeration produces

Another strains of RNAs and these

Changes in structures are moved

Moved into some other compartments

Within the host cells. From these

Compartments they undergo other changes

Before being moved to plasmalemma

From where they would be

Released by exocytosis. Since their

Structures are abnormal to the

Normal proteins in the respective cells

That they are in contact with

They start fighting them. Those

Nonsense proteins fight to a

Stand-still normal host cells proteins

Overwhelming and silencing them that

Is how they unleash their

Terror on the host cells. It

Is for this reasons that

Drugs and vaccines could not

Work on the host cells infected

This is the mountain that

Researchers are trying to surmount

If the membrane could become

Toxic to them or hardened

Or receptors on plasmalemma

Denatured and or something be done

That could hinder the negative

Templates being formed within the

Hosts leaving only positive strands

Then they will lose out

Their potency would be lost

And humans would have won

The battle with the posterity

Blessing people of this generation.


SARS - Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

MERS - Middle East Respiratory Syndrome

RNA – Ribonucleic Acid

DNA – Deoxyribonucleic Acid



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