Dr Ayesha Iqbal, Dr Suraiya Hirani, Dr Sandhiya Salim, Dr Sarah Hanif,
Coronaviruses (CoVs) are an outsized family of enveloped, positive-strand RNA viruses. The non-SARS (non-severe acute respiratory syndrome) like HCoVs are worldwide endemic which accounts for a considerable segment of upper respiratory tract infections. They can rarely cause severe diseases in compromised subjects however do not grounds any major (fatal) epidemics. In divergence, SARS like CoVs (namely SARS-CoV) can be a reason for extreme short-lived fatal outbreaks. The existing epidemic is rapidly spreading worldwide causing a major fear by the highly contagious SARS-CoV-2. To hand we have an ample knowledge about the new SARS-like virus which is named as CORONA for its pandemic potential. It might be guessed that SARS-CoV-2 epidemic is exceptionally underdiagnosed and silently spreading worldwide with two concerns: (i) masses of severe infections amongst poor health subjects could randomly occur interrelated to unrecognized index cases; (ii) the recent epidemic could logically fall into a low-level endemic stage once a substantial amount of subjects will have strong immunity Equally on 31 January 2020, this epidemic had blowout to 19 countries with 11,791 definite cases, including 213 deaths. The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated it as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. Later on March 11, 2020 COVID-19 was called off as pandemic. There are various drug trials testing carrying on with nearly positive results. Conversely, there has been no vaccine available uptil now hence, the finest way to fight with the virus is by preventive methods like washing hand frequently and keeping social distancing mainly.