Dengue recoverers are immune to Corona – Saudi Arabia News

Will those recovering from dengue fever escape the risk of infection with the new Coronavirus, which causes Covid-19 disease? This question is the focus of research conducted by a team of Duke University scientists in Brazil, where dengue fever broke out in an epidemic during 2019-2020. The study supervised by the professor of neuroscience at the university, Professor Miguel Nicolelis, concluded that a recovered from dengue fever may have a degree of immunity to infection with Covid-19. The study indicated that the regions where the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus decreased in Brazil turned out to be the regions that had suffered from the dengue epidemic during this year or last. This means that the antibodies from dengue fever may prevent infection with Covid-19. And she added that if this hypothesis is proven, then that means that vaccinating a person with a successful vaccine against dengue fever can generate immune protection against the Covid-19 virus. This indicates an immune reaction between the dengue virus and Covid-19, Nicolelis said, although they belong to two completely different viral families. But he said it still requires more research to definitively prove it. And the Aids mosquito positive transmits the dengue virus. People with dengue fever have no symptoms. However, those who do show symptoms often experience muscle or joint pain, headache, high fever, nausea, and vomiting. The World Health Organization says that if dengue fever gets dangerously severe, it can lead to death. There is no effective medicine for dengue fever. And most of its symptoms disappear after infection, about a week.In a related context; A team of researchers at the University of Chemical Technology in the Chinese capital, Beijing, said that breast milk may protect children from infection with the new Corona virus. And they added that they discovered that breast milk can prevent the virus from reproducing itself in cells, even if the child did not have antibodies to fight the invading virus. They added that breast milk is more effective in this aspect than sheep and cows milk. They indicated that the conclusions they reached confirm the usefulness of the World Health Organization’s recommendations that a mother suspected of being infected with Covid-19 virus continues to breastfeed her newborn despite the suspicion of her condition. The Chinese researchers explained that they exposed human lungs and intestinal cells to the new Corona virus, and analyzed the effect of milk taken from breastfeeding mothers on the lung and the indicated cells. The correct cells were wiped with breast milk, then washed after that, and the cells were exposed to Covid-19 virus. The virus was not able to penetrate these cells. Even the cells that he succeeded in invading could not clone himself inside them. This confirms the ability of breast milk to destroy viruses and germs. And Chinese scientists stated that they discovered in another experiment that breastfeeding mother’s milk prevented the new Corona virus from entering animal kidney cells. They concluded that breast milk actually suppresses the new Corona virus, and prevents it from attaching to the cells it targets. Even if he succeeds in entering them, he becomes unable to reproduce himself to damage those cells. This is done because of the presence of whey (whey), which is the remaining liquid after the curdling of milk, as occurs in the manufacture of cheese and “curd”. And it became clear to Chinese researchers that breast milk provides protection against the new Corona virus for infants at a rate of less than 100%, while the protection rate provided by animal milk does not exceed 70%. Washington State University is currently conducting a study to find out whether children can acquire infection with the new Corona virus from feeding from their mothers. Previous studies concluded that the virus was never found in breast milk. But other studies have found particles of the virus in breast milk samples. A study conducted by the World Health Organization indicated that 46 samples of mothers’ milk were examined with Covid-19 virus, and the results confirmed that 43 samples were free of the virus. The organization added that even with the discovery of the presence of viral particles in the milk of some mothers, this does not mean that they can be infectious for babies.

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