Coronavirus can survive in human eye, report

Coronavirus can survive in human eye, report

Posted on Apr 23, 2020

Symptoms of the global Coronavirus include coughs, colds, and fevers, but a new report has revealed that the virus can survive in the human eye.

According to a report in the Jerusalem Post, a woman from China showed no symptoms such as a cold or cough but was diagnosed with the coronavirus, which later revealed that the virus had infected her eye.

The report added that coronavirus can live longer in the eye than in other parts of the body.

The 65-year-old woman whose eyes were infected with the virus arrived in Wuhan, Italy, from Italy, where she was diagnosed with the virus.


According to the report, she had consulted a doctor on January 27 this year after she fell ill. The woman said that she had a cough and fever as well as an eye infection.

After spending 20 days in the hospital, his eye infection disappeared, but the next day it was discovered that his eye had also been infected with the coronavirus.

He has not shown any signs of the virus since that day, but the virus was discovered in his eye again on the 27th day at the hospital.

The report claims that despite looking healthy, the virus can be present in any person.


Mian Tajamul

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