How come both SARS and WARS are similar?
Because BOTH are DEADLY DISEASES?
SARS is a new disease,
never seen before in humans.
the WAR is a 'never-ending' deadly disease,
never seen in recent years.
BOTH are so scary?
reasons BOTH are so scary:
First, it is highly contagious and spread to
28 countries in as many days.
Second, although most victims have recovered, it is a serious illness with many sufferers requiring intensive care and artificial ventilation. One in twenty has died , many elderly and with other illnesses, but about one third have been younger, previously healthy people, in their thirties and forties.
Third, those worst affected are doctors and nurses. If they are put out of action, there is no one to care for the rest of us.
first, WAR is also a highly contagious
and will spread to so many countries.
Second, although most victims have recovered,
it is a serious illness with many sufferers
requiring intensive care.
Most of them are children, younger
and innocent people.
Third, those worst affected are Army People.
If they are put out of action,
there is no one to care for the rest of us.
BOTH are spreading rapidly?
'Doctors' have identified a few individuals among the thousands of victims whom they have called "super spreaders". These are people who appear to have infected scores of others, triggering outbreaks in different parts of the world. It is not known why they are so infectious – possibly because they shed large amounts of the virus or carry a particularly virulent form of it.
How many have caught
and how many are dead?
Latest figures from the World Health Organization shows 4,339 cases and 263 deaths in 28 countries. The WHO says the death rate is 5 per cent but this varies from country to country.
How many have
suffered by WAR
and how many are dead?
knows the exact figures.
by every means,
BOTH the diseases are going to develop?
'Doctors' do not know. One theory is that it is already mutating and new, more virulent strains are emerging that will cause it to spread more rapidly or cause more serious illness. This could explain its different impact in different parts of the world, Another theory is that with successive waves of infection the virus is getting weaker, causing milder illness. As it spreads and more people are infected, they will develop immunity. raising the hope that the epidemic may burn itself out. But most experts say
SARS is here to stay.
So, let us fight against
SARS and also WARS...!
Let us fight and