Can mosquitoes transmit the coronavirus?

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asked 4 days ago in Diseases Conditions by Danicolasol (300 points)
Can mosquitoes transmit the coronavirus?

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answered 3 days ago by rraogo (550 points)
A mosquito or mosquitoes could possibly transmit the coronavirus disease to humans if they bite a human who was infected with the coronavirus disease and then bit another human which could possibly infect the other person.

or if the mosquito bit an infected animal and then bit a human then it's slightly possible that the mosquito might be able to transmit the coronavirus to the human.

However there's no evidence as of now that would say for sure that mosquitoes can spread the coronavirus disease to humans or animals.

The coronavirus disease is usually spread through sneezing, coughing etc through droplets that go through the air from one person through another persons mouth or nose.

So make sure to wear a mask and cough into the mask or cough or sneeze into a rag or tissue or even your elbow.

In public we must wear masks when we go into banks and stores which is mandated and it's a good thing to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 disease.

Yes the new COVID-19 is zoonotic and can be spread from animals to humans.

Animals can be infected with the COVID-19 zoonotic virus which can then be spread to humans who are in close contact with the COVID-19 zoonotic infected animal.

So be very careful when around animals as well because they can spread the COVID-19 to humans.

The average recovery time for the coronavirus disease is between 2 weeks to 4 weeks depending on the persons overall health and age.

If the person is pretty young and healthy then they might recover from the coronavirus disease within 2 weeks as long as they stay hydrated, get plenty of rest etc.

However some people require hospital treatment for the Covid-19 or Coronavirus disease if they are older or have other health issues and then some people may die of it.

A lot of people think that the flu and Covid-19 are similar and nothing to worry about.

However the truth is that Covid-19 is very different from the flu especially since Covid-19 is a new virus that people have not been able to build up an immunity too.

The best thing to do is not get infected with the Covid-19 virus because it can cause more serious health issues than the flu can.

Yes the flu can also cause death but the Covid-19 is more likely to cause death than the flu.

The flu virus and Covid-19 are both contagious respiratory illnesses, but they are caused by different viruses.

Covid-19 is caused by cornavirus while the flu is not.

Yes it's possible to have the flu and Covid-19 at the same time.

A Coworker of mine tested positive for the flu virus as well as Covid-19 at the same time and that is possible since the flu virus is much different than the Covid-19 virus.

So your body can become infected with both viruses.

So far my Coworker is recovering after a few weeks and he has no complications from the Covid-19 and he's 50 years old.

So although Covid-19 can be a serious thing the good news is that it's not always deadly for everybody.

But you still must take it very serious and try avoid getting the Covid-19 in the first place.

The flu shot cannot and will not help fight the coronavirus if you have the Coronavirus.

Having the flu shot is good to help prevent the flu but if you get the Coronavirus the flu shot cannot help fight off the Coronavirus.

A new vaccine is in the developing stages right now for the Cornavirus but there's no proven vaccine as of now that will actually fight the coronavirus.

It's not expected for the coronavirus vaccine to be fully available until around 2021 or the year 2022.

It can take a long time to develop a vaccine that will fight the coronavirus.

According to news articles I've read the COVID-19 or Cornavirus will not be fully over or nearly over until maybe the year 2022 or the year 2023.

So we're a few years off from this pandemic of the Coronavirus being over.

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