How you are infected.
After entry into the host cell, the virus loses the capsid and the uncoated RNA enters the host cell to produce the virus without shutting off the cell. Then when the cell has created the maximum number of viruses the cell explodes unleashing the virus. The first step in the lytic cycle is the virus attaches to the cell and inserts it's genetic info into the cell. Next the genetic info is used to produce more and more viruses in the cell and then bursts.
Causes, Immune cells
Symptoms include- pain in the abdomen, joints, or muscles, diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting, fatigue, fever, or loss of appetite, dark urine, itching, weight loss, or yellow skin and eyes.