A doctor who had no idea the ins, outs and complicated nature of the world of medical care was on a journey to save the ancient Egyptian city of Heliopoli.
Dr. Muhamed Mokhtar was in the midst of an international campaign when the outbreak began.
He was among thousands of health care workers and medical personnel who rushed to help save Heliopolis after it was infected with the coronavirus.
The city is about 40 miles north of Cairo, Egypt’s commercial capital.
The coronavillosis outbreak was so severe that the city was closed to the public.
But it was not an isolated incident.
“This is the most important thing for me to do,” Moktar said in a recent interview.
“The people need to understand that we are doing this because the people of Helioplex need our help.”
They are waiting for us to come and help them, so we can take care of them,” he said.”
When the disease started to spread, I couldn’t help but think, ‘How can I help?’,” he added.
Dr Moktar said he knew he would be faced with a challenge.
The virus is transmitted through direct contact with the skin or mucous membranes.
It spreads through coughing and sneezing.
It is transmitted by direct contact of saliva, urine, feces or blood with bodily fluids.
It can be spread by coughing, sneezes or eating contaminated food or water.
The only way to prevent the spread of the virus is to keep patients and caregivers in the hospital, and that means ensuring that they have access to the proper supplies and health care.
Dr Michal Moktsar, a pediatrician in Cairo who works at a health care facility for patients with COVID-19, said he and his colleagues have been working to help patients with respiratory illnesses and respiratory infections.
Dr Mekkal Makhoul, a researcher at the Department of Public Health at the University of Maryland, is leading an international study to better understand the coronivirus and how it spreads.
He said a study has shown that coronaviruses are transmitted by people with a different kind of immune system than the healthy people.”
It’s not just from contact with a patient.
The viruses are transmitted in saliva, and by saliva, through sneezers, coughs and coughs,” Dr Makhouls said.
The viruses also can be transmitted through blood, urine and stool, as well as other bodily fluids like sweat.
Dr Khaled Ibrahim, a professor of microbiology at the Faculty of Medicine at Al-Azhar University, said the coronavet virus is not just spreading through contact with patients.
He said that the virus may be transmitted in a more intimate and personal way.”
We’ve seen that, for example, there’s been reports that people with HIV have been infected through blood transfusions, and now we know that this virus is spreading through saliva,” he told Al Jazeera.”
So it’s spreading through a person who has HIV.
So it’s a way to spread it and infect the entire population,” he continued.
But the best way to stop the spread, Dr Ibrahim said, is to limit the amount of exposure to people who have no symptoms.
Dr Ibrahim said the only way that we can prevent the coronvirus from spreading is to get rid of people who are already infected.”
The only cure for COVID is to stop transmission of COVID and stop this epidemic,” he warned.
Dr Mahamat Abd el-Gamaa, a clinical microbiologist at the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, said in the past, coronaviral infections were very rare.”
Now we know there are cases in the country.
But they are rare,” he explained.
He also noted that there were no known cases of coronaviremia in the city of Beit Jala, about 120 kilometres from Cairo.”
But the coronaves that are happening are happening in a place with a lot of tourists.
It means that we don’t have a very good picture of what is happening,” he concluded.
Dr Mohamed Mokter, a physician and professor at Cairo’s Faculty of Health, said there was still a long way to go.”
There are people who can be infected and who need treatment, but they’re not being treated.
We need to have a clear picture of how the virus can be carried, and then we can treat people who may be affected,” he stressed.