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Last updated: July 1, 2020.

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Last updated: July 1, 2020.

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What Actually Happens If You Get Coronavirus?

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– As the coronavirus from Wuhan, China,continues to spread across the globe,many more are becoming
infected and some even dying. As of making this video, 132
people have died worldwide,with over 6,000 infected in China alone. But what actually happens to your bodyif you contract the coronavirus?Now, before we get into it,we wanna make clear that this videois in no way intended to spread fearor over-sensationalize the
severity of the coronavirus. We won’t be commenting on
its global threat levelbecause that information
is constantly changingwhile experts monitor its spread. – But what we will be looking atis how the coronavirus
actually infects the body,what it does inside of you,and then how it causes symptoms, spreads,how your body actually then fights it offor it causes death in some. Coronaviridae are actually
an entire family of virusesthat cause disease in mammals and birds. SARS, for example, was also a coronavirus. Now, viruses are interestingin that they are sometimes consideredboth living and non-living things. They aren’t made of cells,but they do have the ability to replicate,just in a different way
than other organisms. Oh, and they’re actually
much, much smaller than cells. – Now, to contract the coronavirus,you first have to come in contact with it,either through an infected
person’s respiratory secretions,so a cough or a sneeze, through
physical contact with them,or by physically touching a
surface that the virus is onand then touching somewhere like your noseor your mouth before washing your hands. Once the virus is able to enter your body,its work can begin. One thing that all viruses have in commonis that they carry some
kind of genetic material,either DNA or RNA. In the case of coronavirus,
it carries RNA,which has all the information
the virus needs to replicate. The genetic information in a virusis typically surrounded
by a protective capsid. – You may picture this
when you think of a virus,and it is a virus,but this is a virus that attacks bacteria,also known as a bacteriophage. In the case of the coronavirus,the RNA is encased in a helical capsid,and then that helical capsidis actually encased in an envelope. It looks more like this, kind
of like the emoji of a virus. And these projections
coming outta the surface,or the club-like structures,are very important for what happens next. Once the virus comes in
contact with your cells,it binds to receptors on that cell. You can think of the outer
lay of the virus like a key. And if the virus has found the right cellsin the right species,its keys are able to open
the lock on these cells. As a result, the virus is able to enter,where it now has access to
all the cell’s machinery. – Now, normally, this machineryis reserved for your own DNA,which uses something called the ribosomesto make proteins that have
all sorts of functionsand travel all over your body. But the coronavirus ends
up hijacking the system. It uses its own RNA to
go to those ribosomesand starts making proteins that it wants. So, basically, your cell
starts producing virusesby making the genetic material,by making the capsid and envelope,and ultimately your cell
becomes a virus-making machine. And this is why viruses are
often considered non-livingbecause they don’t actually havethe machinery to do this work. They actually need your
body’s cells to do it. So, the coronavirus has
its RNA instructionsread over and over and overand makes protein after
protein after proteinand ultimately can make
millions of viruses. These viruses eventually fill the celland make their way back
to the cell membrane,where they break out,often destroying the cell in the process. Once out, it’s onto the next cellto repeat this cycle all over again. – Now, as your cells begin
to get damaged and die,your body will sense thisand start to trigger an immune response,and both of these things are
what will create the symptomsthat you begin to feel. In the case of the coronavirus,these symptoms include
headaches, runny nose,coughing, sore throat, and fever,which is part of the reason
why it’s been so hardto track and understand because
those are common symptoms. We feel those all the time,
especially during flu seasonor just from getting the common cold. Medical professionals would
need to do laboratory testson respiratory specimensas well as blood work and blood teststo understand if your symptomsare coming from the Wuhan coronavirus. – In a healthy individual,the immune system will eventually realizethat there’s a foreign
agent inside your bodyand mount an attack. The immune system is incredibly complexwith a plethora of different mechanismsto take down your invaders. Your temperature increases,which helps your immune
system function betterand actually makes it a
more hostile environmentfor the virus. You might create more snot and phlegm,which make it harder for the
virus to attach to your cellsand also help to get rid of
dead viruses and immune cells. You may feel weak and tiredas your body starts to prioritize
fighting off this virusinstead of doing your regular
day-to-day activities. And your bones may actually
feel sore and ache,and that’s because they’re actually makingmore white blood cells. For its mainline defense, when
the coronavirus is detected,the body triggers signals to
start producing antibodies. These antibodies are
created by your own DNA. There are essentially sections
of code in each cell’s DNAthat contain the instructionsof how to build different defense systems. Enzymes in the nucleus find
the right section of DNA,make a copy called messenger RNA,which gets sent to the
ribosome in your cells,which will read these instructionsand start making the relevant proteins. With up to 10 million
ribosomes in each cell,they become an antibody-making factory,which are sent outside of
the cell to fight the virus. – The trickiest part for your bodyis that the immune responsedoesn’t catch the virus right away,so, essentially, the virus
starts with an upper hand. This is why it can take so longfor your body to fight off a virus. But for coronavirus, those
with healthy immune systemsshould be able to fight offand rid the body of
the virus within weeks. The problem is primarily for thosewho have compromised immune systems,which is often people who are elderlyor people who are very young. This particular coronavirus has
mostly affected the elderly,and that’s because as we age,our immune systems become less effectiveand they actually slow down. As the virus continues to proliferateand cells continue to die,in a desperate attempt to save your body,your immune system can go into overdrive. In severe cases, white
blood cells are responsiblefor activating a variety of chemicals,which can cause the leaking
of fluid into your lungs. And this combination of cellular
destruction from the virusand fluid-filled lungs interruptsthe transportation of
oxygen into the bloodstream,which can lead to suffocation
and organ failure. But the virus isn’t
always the cause of death. Often, with a weakened and
distracted immune systems,other organisms like bacteriaare able to take advantage of the body,causing further complications. As organs begin to shut down,
the whole body can as well. – To reiterate, it’s the immunocompromisedthat are most at risk. And even with that, it’s worth sayingthat the numbers are relatively low. If you think about it,
40,000 people died of the fluin the US alone last yearand over a million people
died of heart disease. On top of that, the death rate right nowis being estimated between 2% and 3%,which is continually evolving. But a disease like SARS
was a death rate of 10%and Ebola in some regions
has been up to 50%. All this to say don’t allow
the news to make you panic. – We live in Toronto,where the SARS virus got
world-scale attention. That’s because the only people
who died outside of Asiafrom that virus were in Canada,and most of them were in Toronto. With only 44 people
dying in total in Canada,it had a huge impact on our city. We lost a lot of tourism,
we lost millions of dollars. But most importantly,
we saw a lot of stigmaand racism towards Chinese people. It’s important that we do not
repeat those racist notionsthat happened here in Torontoand we all need to be aware of thiswhen we talk about the
current coronavirus. On our social media channels,we have seen lots of
people saying things like,”This always happens in China,”and relating it a lot
to the types of foodsthat Chinese people eat. But it’s important to rememberthat Western food practices are
what created mad cow diseaseand also Western meat consumptionhas created a big issue
with antibiotic resistance. We need to listen to and trust
public health professionalsand we need to not overreactand we need to not use this
as an excuse to be racist. If you like these videos,make sure that you have subscribed. But, Mitch, we have some news. – Yes, we have also started
a little mailing email listwith the link belowbecause sometimes you subscribe,people say they don’t always
see our videos pop up. So, we wanna make sure
you’re getting them, so— The YouTube algorithm is
confusing, to say the least. – We are here to subvert
the YouTube algorithm. So, if you wanna help our channeland make sure you just get
notified when a video comes out,it’ll just shoot you over
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– Sign up below. Otherwise, we’ll see you next timefor another science video. – Peace.
– See ya.

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