Novel Coronavirus’ Multiplication in Throat 1,000 Times Higher Than SARS

The new pathogen multiplies much more and in much less time than its older sibling SARS, another coronavirus that surfaced in China in 2002 and killed nearly 800 people before an international campaign stopped the epidemic.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Humankind has not yet understood how a virus, unknown only three months ago, has traveled all over the planet and forced billions of people to hide in their homes. The scientific community is equally intrigued by this, but a thorough examination of nine infected youths in Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?