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Risk still exists

M Sarwar Siddiqui


The writer is an editor and senior journalist.

Every major event including Eid-ul-Azha, Muharram and Safar, has passed and now the blessed occasion of Eid Miladun Nabi (S.A.W) has arrived.  By the Grace God, the coronavirus spread has been prevented.

The number of patients is declining, but the situation in many countries is still unsatisfactory, which means we are still at risk.

On May 3, 2020, a French doctor, in an interview, said, “A time came when I felt like I was burning inside with severe pain. A corona patient requested us that he wants to see his children for the last time.”

In response to the request, he further said, “At first we flatly refused, but when he began to weep bitterly, we took pity on him and decided to accept his request.” In this regard, the doctors started cleaning the place so that there would be no danger to the patient’s family.

“Then ‘as a doctor’ when we were convinced that the risk is now reduced, we called his family to fulfill the last wish of the person who was nearly dying. But unfortunately, the patient’s family refused to see the father for the last time due to fear of the coronavirus,” the doctor said.

The doctor said, “We pleaded with his family and assured them that we had taken precautions and there was no danger to you but he refused and cut the call.” In the Holy Qur’an, Allah Almighty, while referring to the Day of Judgment, says, “This is the day when a man will run away from his brother, his parents, and his wife and children.

This is Wuhan. This is America. It could be Italy or Pakistan, the same scenes were everywhere, the same fear and panic, the same atmosphere. Coronavirus was nothing less than Judgment day. This is proof that man is helpless before nature despite the conquest of the moon.

Coronavirus has claimed the lives of hundreds of doctors across the world, while dozen of health practitioners in Pakistan also sacrificed their lives while serving humanity. A few days earlier, India’s famous Dr. Ayesha passed away while treating coronavirus patients.

A Pakistani doctor while observing the condition of the lungs of a 35-year-old man who died at Jinnah Hospital in Lahore, said it surprisingly changed in just 24 hours. The coronavirus does not have its own biosynthetic machinery, which means it cannot eat food, cannot move on its own, and cannot reproduce on its own.

Since it cannot move on its own, it needs a living body for that purpose. When it reaches the body, it first invades the body’s cells and took control of it. In simple words, Coronavirus hakes the cells of the human body.

The virus first makes copies of its nucleic acids from its host cells, increasing the number of viruses from one to two, two to four, and so on. At the same time, this host cell ruptures, which is called lysis. When a cell ruptures, thousands of viruses emerge and enter thousands of new cells in the host’s body.

During all these stages, the host still seems to be healthy because the host’s own body is made up of trillions of cells and looks normal despite the destruction of millions of cells. These stages are called virus incubation periods.

All of this information is intended to reassure you that even if you have not yet contracted coronavirus, protect yourself and others, any of you could be a carrier of the virus. The danger news is that corona drugs are not on the market yet. Precaution is the last resort.

Then the question is, how is it possible for those who have recovered? So the answer is that they are caused by their own body’s immune system. The immune system is our body’s natural defense against disease-causing germs that fight to the extreme before being hijacked, and it is this natural defense system that is protecting people from the virus

Just look at the fear of the past. Was it anything less than the Day of Judgment? With all this in mind, we have to stand up against this global epidemic and save ourselves, our families, our country and save the entire human race from this crisis. Be careful now. Stay in your homes as much as possible. Keep washing your hands. Avoid handshakes and hugs. Stay away from crowded places.

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