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Photo Chairman Naruse (right) presenting a list to Director Mt. Ooyama (left) (December XNUMX, Wakayama Prefectural Office)

[New Corona] Wakayama Prefecture SME Youth Central Association donates masks to the prefecture

 
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In response to the spread of the new coronavirus, the Prefectural SME Youth Central Association will donate supplies such as masks and face shields to the prefectural office this afternoon in order to help prevent the infection. Hiroyuki Naruse, chairman of the Central Association, visited and presented a list of supplies to Mt. Ooyama Shigeru, Director of Commerce, Industry, Tourism and Labor Department.
 

The Prefectural SME Youth Central Association, which is composed of young managers of SMEs in Wakayama Prefecture, has prevented the spread of the new coronavirus. → Continue reading

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    New coronavirus

    New coronavirus(Shingata coronavirus,English: Novel coronavirus, nCoV) IsCoronavirus familyOrthocoronavirus subfamilyBelongs toウ イ ル スOf these, it is a tentative name given to those that are medically and publicly important.[1][2][3][4].

    In particularHuman coronavirusfrequently used in The (human) coronavirus is(I.e.AgainstEndemic diseaseIs believed to becoldCauses (common cold) -like symptoms,(English editionoften due topneumoniasevere withInfectionprevalent as[1][2][3][4].

    Virus type

    The following viruses were positioned as novel coronaviruses before they were officially named.Any of the following 4 viruses(English edition (betacoronavirus).

    Types of new coronaviruses that are pathogenic to humans
    Formal nameOther namesSusceptible host[† 1]First discovery location (discovery year)Infection
    SARS coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) [† 2][† 3][5][6]2019-Ncov
    SARS virus 2
    Human coronavirus 2019 (HCoV-19)
    Bat,Scale armorChugoku-Wuhan (2019)New Coronavirus Infection (2019) (COVID-19) [† 4][4][7]
    MERS coronavirus (MERS-CoV) [† 5]Middle east virus
    MERS virus
    Camel flu virus
    camel,BatSaudi Arabia-Jeddah (2012)Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) [8][9]
    Human coronavirus HKU1 (HCoV-HKU1)New Haven Virus[Annotation 1]A mouseHong Kong (2005)Mild respiratory tract infection, rarely severe pneumonia
    SARS coronavirus (SARS-CoV, SARS-CoV-1) [† 2]SARS virusChinese cabbage,BatChugoku-Foshan (2002)Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) [9]
    1. ^ (English editionMay not be succeeded.
    2. ^ a b This virus is not a different speciesSARS-related coronavirusIs considered to be one of the stocks of.
    3. ^ Even after the naming of the official name, it is often called "new coronavirus" in Japan.
    4. ^ Also known as 2019 coronavirus pneumonia,Wuhan pneumoniaThere is a syndrome.
    5. ^ (English edition,(English editionIncluding stocks of.

    Etymology

    Of the new coronavirus"New model"has a knownViral family classificationBelongs toIt means a new pathogen.That is, the new coronavirusCoronavirus family(or a subclass thereof).There is no intention of a completely unknown new pathogen."New type ○○"The use of the wordwho (WHO) complies with the new nomenclature scheme for infectious diseases[10][11][12].

    Historically, pathogens have often been named after location, individuals, or specific species, but these practices are not currently endorsed by WHO.[10][11][12].

    The permanent official names of viruses and diseases are, respectively.International Virus Classification Committee (ICTV) and WHOInternational disease classification (ICD).

    Detailed explanation

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    注 釈

    1. ^ Human coronavirus NL63 Some strains of (HCoV-NL63)New Haven Coronavirus Beware of confusion because it is called (HCoV-NH).
    2. ^ Examples of media use of the term “novel coronavirus” for the SARS coronavirus:[15][16][17][18].
    3. ^ Examples of media use of the term “novel coronavirus” for MERS coronavirus:[20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28].

    Source

    1. ^ a b Murray and Nadel (2010). Chapter 31.
    2. ^ a b Cunha (2010). Pp. 6–18.
    3. ^ a b Melmed (2011). P. 636
    4. ^ a b c "The 2019–2020 Novel Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2) Pandemic: A Joint American College of Academic International Medicine-World Academic Council of Emergency Medicine Multidisciplinary COVID-19 Working Group Consensus Paper". ResearchGate. April 2020, 5Browse.
    5. ^ "The 2019–2020 Novel Coronavirus (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2) Pandemic: A Joint American College of Academic International Medicine-World Academic Council of Emergency Medicine Multidisciplinary COVID-19 Working Group Consensus Paper". ResearchGate. April 2020, 5Browse.
    6. ^ “Coronavirus disease named Covid-19”.BBC News. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-51466362 .
    7. ^ According to ICD-10 the disease is referred to as "2019-new coronavirus acute respiratory disease [temporary name]". It is not listed in ICD-11.
    8. ^ a b Synonyms include 2019 coronavirus pneumonia and Wuhan respiratory syndrome
    9. ^ a b "What is the new coronavirus?”. Joetsu Community Medical Center Hospital. April 2021, 5Browse.
    10. ^ a b Ghosh R, Das S. A Brief Review of the Novel Coronavirus (2019-Ncov) Outbreak. Global Journal for Research Analysis. 2020; 9 (2).
    11. ^ a b World Health Organization Best Practices for the Naming of New Human Infectious DiseasesWorld Health Organization. May 2015.
    12. ^ a b Budhwani, Henna; Sun, Ruoyan (2020). “Creating COVID-19 Stigma by Referencing the Novel Coronavirus as the“ Chinese virus ”on Twitter: Quantitative Analysis of Social Media Data” (English). Journal of Medical Internet Research 22 (5): e19301. two:10.2196/19301. https://www.jmir.org/2020/5/e19301/. 
    13. ^ Host jump capability may not persist
    14. ^ "Eiken News" No.128,YamagataInstitute of Health, published June 2003, 6, page 10.
    15. ^ "SARS virus detected in less than an hour Eiken Chemical Nagasaki University and reagent development" "Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun』June 2003, 6, p. 20. "Causes SARSNew coronavirusWhen a reagent that can identify the gene of the patient is reacted with a sample such as patient's blood (hereinafter omitted) "
    16. ^ "Editorial SARS Eradication of Research" "Nihon Keizai Shimbun』June 2003, 6 morning edition, page 29. "To avoid these secondary SARS epidemics in advance and eradicate SARS itself,New coronavirusIdentification of the source of (Omitted below) "
    17. ^ "Memories of Eighteen 1996-2014 Domestic and Foreign News" "Asahi Shimbun』February 2015, 2 morning edition, page 12 (Nagoya Head OfficeEdition). In the topics of 2003, "This year,New coronavirusSevere Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) is prevalent all over the world. "
    18. ^ "Toward the development of a new pneumonia virus treatment method, with the completion of genome decoding" "Yomiuri Shimbun』Osaka morning edition dated June 2003, 6, p. 4. "The new type of pneumonia (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome = SARS), which is rampant mainly in mainland China and Taiwan, is the pathogen SARS virus (SARS).New coronavirus) Genome (all genetic information) has been decoded, (hereinafter omitted) "
    19. ^ a b Tetsuya Mizutani, ``New species of coronavirus"Virus" Vol. 63, No. 1, p.1-6, 2013, Japanese Society of Virology, two:10.2222 / jsv.63.1.
    20. ^ Concerns about the spread of new coronavirus infections in France increase (13/05/11) - YouTube(ANN News
    21. ^ Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, Saudi Arabian Healthcare Worker Infection,Nihon Keizai Shimbun, August 2013, 5.
    22. ^ 31 people infected with new coronavirus in Saudi Arabia 40 people infected worldwide 20 people died,AFPBB News, August 2013, 5.
    23. ^ "New Coronavirus'MERS'WHO Beware of Pandemic Spreading in Europe" Nihon Keizai Shimbun, May 2013, 5, morning edition, page 29. The expression "new coronavirus" is only a heading, and in the text, it is written as "new virus" and "Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) coronavirus".
    24. ^ "Cold virus companion, MERS, the world is wary ── Prevention is hand washing and mask (Genki Navi)" Nihon Keizai Shimbun, June 2013, 6, evening edition, page 28.In the text "New coronavirusThe expression "Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)" can be seen.
    25. ^ "Strengthening vigilance for'new corona', 6 countries infected, 20 dead, 2nd place in Saudi, both onset", Yomiuri Shimbun, May 2013, 5, evening edition, page 16. "The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on the 1thNew coronavirusRegarding (the following is omitted). "
    26. ^ "Caution for the new coronavirus" SARS's return "", Yomiuri Shimbun, morning edition, May 2013, 5, p. 22. "New coronavirusInfection is widespread in the Middle East and Europe. (Omitted below) "
    27. ^ "Strengthening inspection of new corona" Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, "Infection in the world", Yomiuri Shimbun, May 2014, 5, evening edition, page 26. "Infection spreads mainly in the Middle EastNew coronavirusThe number of patients with "MERS coronavirus" is (abbreviated below).
    28. ^ "Coronavirus epidemic in the Middle East, be wary in Japan," Yomiuri Shimbun, June 2014, 6, morning edition, p. 26. "Infection spreads mainly in the Middle EastNew coronavirusReport of patients with "MERS coronavirus" (abbreviated below) "
    29. ^ Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV); Announcement of the Coronavirus Study Group Journal of Virology, Published ahead of print 15 May 2013, doi: 10.1128 / JVI.01244-13
    30. ^ Naming of the Novel Coronavirus WHO, 28 May 2013
    31. ^ Angle: The endless MERS, why no vaccine, Reuters, June 2015, 6.
    32. ^ "Not applicable to emergencies, Korean MERS" Travel restrictions are not required "WHO", Nihon Keizai Shimbun, June 2015, 6, morning edition, page 18. "MERS was confirmed in 6New coronavirusIs a respiratory illness caused by (abbreviated below). "
    33. ^ "I want to know now! Prevention and treatment of infectious diseases Hirosaki University planning series (46) Lessons from the MERS uproar" "Asahi Shimbun』January 2018, 1 morning edition (Aomori prefecture version), page 26.

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