Scientists discover ‘grappling hook’ which makes coronavirus so much more infectious than its SARS predecessor
[ Editor’s Note: It is good news that the reserach to fight the virus is centered around a diverse group of vaccines, but more work is being done that is not sexy enough to make the front page news.
Below is a recent example where research is being done on the virus to learn exactly how it infects so new treatments can be found that interfere with that process. The less viral load in your body the bigger chance your immune system has to deal with it.
This story focuses on Covid’s major entry point, inhaling air with virus droplets where it has its easiest point of entry into the cells lining of your nasal passages.
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