However, there seems to be an increasing epidemic of viruses that exist in rare strain which then create the need for a new vaccine to combat such a virus that threatens the lives of otherwise healthy people. The challenge in this is that there is not just one lifetime vaccine a medical provider can give to a patient to eliminate harmful outbursts. If that were to occur my job would become obsolete. There's gotta be a way to sit home and collect by telling," those that be" that I have find another skill. There are times when a rare strain of a disease is not found to be resistant to any antibiotics or other antiviral medications to rid someone of a particular virus. Could the real issue to all of this occurrence of many viral strains be to create one vaccine that prevents most if not all current strains of airborne diseases?
Coronaviruses affect the respiratory and gastrointestinal tract. If a batch of beer could be the cure I would really, really consider at least liking my job. Seriously, then another drug would have to be created to remove the drunken side effects. The coronavirus affects people and animals. SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and pneumonia are considered coronaviruses as these are more severe with regards to illness and the very possible risk of death. The coronavirus can also cause brain inflammation or encephalitis. Rabies is a disease that causes encephalitis but it is not considered a coronavirus. Once rabies has entered the central nervous system of the body respiratory illness and respiratory failure results thus causing death if not treated.
When saliva from any human or animal is infected by a virus it becomes an airborne virus when in contact with another person or object, because the infected saliva is spread airborne by being exposed or live outside of the human or animal since air does not kill the virus; air is the component that causes it to become contagious. With regards to rabies as an communicable virus or one that is contagious due to its airborne nature, perhaps by considering it a strain of the coronavirus could provide the necessary antidote. Perhaps, what may be needed is the HRIG(human rabies immune globulin) or anti-rabies gamma globulin combined with an antiviral medication in order to create one virus vaccine to combat the many different strains of the coronavirus disease.
Then we can all drink to that responsibly!