Who knew humans across the globe has to maintain social distancing for their survival in the 21st century? Weren’t we proud of nothing can stop the ‘human race’ but China proved us wrong? 

The novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, which began from Wuhan, China in December has now spread to every corner of the World. The virus which was limited to China has now emerged as a global pandemic. Scientists and doctors around the globe are trying to figure out a cure for the deadly disease as still now there is no vaccine to prevent the Novel Coronavirus outbreak.

It's still a mystery how the virus quickly spread across the world? As the world is back being normal, students are waiting to get back to school, youngsters are back chilling in the malls. But, the scientists are worried, what if you are COVID-19 positive and you don't get the symptoms until it's too late. 

Dr Eric Topol, head of Scripps Research Translational Institute said, “It can be a killer and then 40 percent of people don’t even know they have it."

Researchers are worried about the frightening likelihood of silent spread of the virus by asymptomatic and presymptomatic carriers. Healthy people play a major role in swelling the numbers of those infected being unanswered. The small coronavirus has the potency to unlock a human cell and the mass produces tens of thousands of copies of itself in a single day. The virus spreads like wildfire before the first cough, if it ever arrives. 

Scientients also believe 4 out of 10 people don't get the symptoms until it's too late. The slient spread of the virus is very scary and scientists are really worried as the silent spreaders are not stopping and the world is reopening!

Oxford University, Russia has developed its own drugs to combat the deadly virus and are now under clinical trial, our country is not far behind and developed a conceivable Novel Coronavirus drug called Covaxin which is under clinical and human trial. Although we are not familiar when these drugs will be available in the market, we wish it's sometime soon.