GUEST BLOG / By Council on Foreign Relations and the Washington Post--More than 200 scientists from more than 30 countries urged the World Health Organization (WHO) to more seriously address the possible airborne transmission of the coronavirus (Washington Post). They say there is growing evidence that the virus can be spread through the air indoors and that public health agencies such as the WHO have not fully appreciated the risk.
The Washington Post article highlighted here includes a short video showing now the novel coronavirus is a master of disguise. The novel coronavirus uses a number of tools to infect our cells and replicate. What science has learned from the SARS and MERS pandemics is being used to fight covid-19. Click here.
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