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Worldometer Coronavirus Update
The coronavirus is a new disease but quadriplegics are not affected. This is according to the latest worldometer update from the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO says that as of September 23, 2016, there have been 22 confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide.
Of these cases, 15 were in Saudi Arabia and 7 were in Europe. However, as of September 24th only 3 people had died as a result of the virus – all of whom were quadriplegics. So far, no other type of person has died from this virus..
Can quadriplegics get infected?
The Worldometer team is always on the lookout for new and interesting information, so we were interested in learning more about a recent study that found that people with quadriplegia are not as likely to get infected with the coronavirus as those without disabilities.
This research was conducted by scientists from Imperial College London and published in the journal PLOS ONE. The study looked at data from a group of people who had been infected with the coronavirus, and found that only 3% of those with quadriplegia were affected compared to 13% of those without disabilities.
The researchers say this could be because people with quadriplegia have other health problems that make them more vulnerable to coronavirus infection, or because they have improved their immune systems as a result of their conditions.
While this study doesn’t mean that quadriplegics can entirely avoid getting infected with the virus, it does suggest that they are not at as high of a risk as previously thought.
Will the coronavirus turn into a pandemic?
While the coronavirus is a new disease, people with quadriplegia are not affected.quadriplegics can breathe on their own and do not need help breathing, so they are not at risk of getting the virus.
Worldometers released their latest monthly update on the coronavirus and it appears that things are looking up for those living in countries with a high risk of contracting the virus.
As of February 2019, there have been a total of 57,198 cases reported worldwide, which is an 11% decrease from January 2019. However, despite this decrease, quadriplegics still remain at high risk due to their inability to fight off respiratory infections such as the coronavirus.
In order to help reduce this risk even further and protect all those affected by the virus, we must continue working together towards finding a cure.