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How the COVID-19 pandemic effected economic, social, political, and cultural factors: A lesson from Iran. International Journal of Social Psychiatry (IF2.625), Pub Date : 2020-07-02, DOI: 10.1177/0020764020939984 Javad Yoosefi Lebni,Jaffar Abbas,Farideh Moradi,Mohammad Reza Salahshoor,Fakhreddin Chaboksavar,Seyed Fahim Irandoost,Nazila Nezhaddadgar,Arash Ziapour
The members of the coronavirus (CoV) family refer to infectious disease, which refer to CoV flu, CoV pneumonia, or a respiratory syndrome. COVID-19 causes various contagious diseases, such as the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), which causes common strains of the cold. CoVs are of the new diseases of the respiratory system (Chen et al., 2020), which is a subset of the sizable Coronaviridae family, belonging to the genus Nidovirales (Plant et al., 2013). The term “coronavirus” originates from the Latin word “corona,” which means crown or halo (Hindson, 2020). The corona word refers to the appearance of virions (the infectious form of the virus), as is seen under an electron microscope. This virus has a large, onion-like margin and is reminiscent of a picture of a royal crown or solar crown. Hence, CoV refers to “crowned virus” as well (Shuja et al., 2020).