On November 20, 2022, Professor Dr. Thira Worathanarat or “Doctor Thira“Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Medicine Post on Facebook “Thira Woratanarat” about the matter “Covid-19” note that
Yesterday, worldwide, there were 250,039 more infections, 438 more deaths, a total of 642,804,841 people, a total of 6,625,357 deaths.
The 5 most infected are:
- South Korea
- Hong Kong
Yesterday, European countries had a number of new infections. and Asia is 7 of the top 10 and 17 of the top 20 globally.
The number of new infections per day worldwide at the moment from Asia and Europe Together, it accounted for 94.22 percent of the world, while the number of deaths accounted for 84.93 percent.
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Update information about Long COVID
Venkataramani V and colleagues from Germany summarized the academic knowledge of cognitive impairment after infection. “Covid-19”
Laboratory studies in infected miceCOVID-19 with fewer symptoms An inflammatory process in the brain was found to follow. However, the group has problemsmemoryhad higher CC motif chemokine 11 (CCL11) levels than the unaffected group.
namely from medical science knowledge that existed before CCL11 is known to be involved in the aging / degenerative process of cells and prevents the formation of new neurons. (neurogenesis)
Currently, knowledge about the effects on the brain and nervous system after a COVID-19 infection is increasing. and mechanisms for various abnormalities Both in terms of thinking, memory, concentration, including chronic diseases that follow Including cerebrovascular, seizures, etc.
protection from infection or not being re-infected is the best, live a conscious life, not carelessly, avoid risky behaviours, crowded places, poor ventilation
Wear a mask correctly and consistently When wandering outdoors, working, studying, traveling or meeting people. It will greatly reduce the risk.
The epidemic is on the rise as of today. Personal behavior determines an individual’s risk. And that risk does not end with itself. But it can lead to family members and close people.
Venkataramani V et al. Cognitive Deficits in Prolonged Covid-19. NEJM. 10 November 2022.