SARS-CoV-2 takes 6 hours to reach its full infectivity, study finds

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SARS-CoV-2 takes 6 hours to reach its full infectivity, study finds

Posted 12 months ago in Health & Medical

Hashem Al-Ghaili 12 months ago

Research paper:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1934590920304987

Learn More:
https://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/mini-lungs-reveal-early-stages-of-sars-cov-2-infection

Lazaros Kurukechagias 12 months ago

How many of the infected have that symtomps? Is this virus worst than other viruses that we have vactines but still people die? Come on now . Its time to tell people the whole truth. Not the half of it.

Audrey Lynn Davis 12 months ago

So what exactly is happening to leave so many survivors with nodules and other formations showing inside their lungs on CT scans?

Guy Richie 12 months ago

Tomorrow we will have a another different update on this covid news loll 99% recovery rate but still giving preference to news like this...

Della Inosencio 12 months ago

Cov-2 is not the same as Cov-19. They can't yet stop it because it keeps mutating. That's why it usually takes a couple of years and many different drugs to stop a novel virus.

Rajesh Kumar 12 months ago

POST AND VIDEO LIKE THIS SPREADS NEGATIVE EFFECTS
SEEMS LIKE THIS BLUNDERS DON'T UNDERSTAND PSYCHOLOGY WHICH ALSO AFFECTS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
HEALTHY MIND KEEPS HEALTHY BODY

Max Arendse 12 months ago

Is this the new extreme strain of covid discovered recently causing extreme with potential of infecting humans,that now a research paper is published on??

Марияна Радева 12 months ago

So what, infodemia again. As you already have got it, what is meaning of this info?

Barbara Toti 12 months ago

The plagues were around for a long time . Took a long time to figure out what caused them and then they did . Be patient

Michael Robert Lazzarini 12 months ago

This is not true! It’s not always a virus that attacks the lungs! I had it and had zero ZERO respiratory symptoms/issues.