Effects of some biological factors on Coronavirus

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Omer Qasim Ahmed
Ahmed Abdulghani Mustafa
Akram Raad Salim
Mustafa Amer Abdullah

Keywords

Patient, Covid, Infection, Virus

Abstract

This research was been adopted to study the relationship between Covid and some necessary biological factors in human body and how these factors affected, This studying included three stages (Sever – Moderate – Mild) it was studied 20 patient for every stage and monitor the biological factors during infection and after infection.

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