COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE BEHAVIOR OF THE PEOPLE CONFINED FOR COVID-19 WITH AND WITHOUT UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS
Author(s): Jayakumar S, Muthuchellakumar SP, Maghenthiran T, Saravanan KM and Bupesh G
Coronavirus Infectious Disease (COVID) had a terrible influence on peoples' mentalities. Many various aspects of a person's personality have been impacted by it. The COVID hospital's quarantine period is the most challenging one, as we will discover if we look into the issue more. It has an impact on a person's personality in several ways. If we consider the opposite side of this issue, we discover that the individual themselves have the key to the issue's resolution. The ability to handle a challenging circumstance depends on the person's mental and physical fortitude. The key question of the current study is whether people with Upper Respiratory Tract (URT) infections have a more optimistic outlook on life than other people do in times of crisis, such as the COVID pandemic. A survey with questions was performed to gather the required data in order to complete the work. For the survey, five behavioral aspect-bases were established. The samples came from COVID patients that were either non-infected or URT Infected. These arguments led to the conclusion that during the COVID pandemic's quarantine phase, patients with URT infections behaved better than those who were not. This discovery is very beneficial to a primary care doctor who treats a patient at the initial point of contact. An individual who specializes in family medicine, internal medicine, or pediatrics assumes ongoing responsibility for the patient's all-encompassing treatment.