London. A new study states that people infected with the corona virus are at a significant risk of spreading the infection to others within a week of symptoms, so the patient should be sent in isolation as soon as possible. The study, published in the journal 'Lancet Microb', said that corona viruses were not detected nine days after infection began in samples of covid-19 patients examined. "The three forms of the corona virus were first systematically reviewed and analyzed in samples," said Mughe Kevik, the study's author and associated with St. Andrews University in Britain.
"This clearly shows that the cove-two responsible for the corona virus spreads more rapidly than Sars Cove and Mars Cove," said Kevic. This also underscores the importance of sending the patient into isolated habitat immediately after symptoms appear. ''
According to the researchers, the risk of spreading the virus infection is mainly high within five days of the symptoms appearing, so in such a situation, the patient should be sent immediately in isolation. "There is also a need to make people aware of the infection and how far they need to be kept away from infected people," said Kevik. Scientists under study studied SARS Cove-2 infected people and those admitted to hospitals Observed the condition of patients.