LivingCoronavirus: latest news on SARS-CoV-2

Coronavirus: latest news on SARS-CoV-2

Following the declaration of a pandemic by the WHO due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), which causes the COVID-19 disease, countries are summoning all their forces to contain the spread, while scientists They work hard to develop both a vaccine and effective viral treatments. Meanwhile, citizen collaboration is essential to avoid spreading the virus, following basic prevention measures.

The good news is that we already know which family SARS-CoV-2 belongs to and how to detect it. Now, efforts are focused on containing as much as possible the spread of this new, potentially deadly coronavirus, which could become endemic globally.

How many countries are affected right now? What are the prevention measures to follow? What does the new pandemic situation imply? Are countries prepared to face it? When will the treatments arrive?

If you want to be up to date on the situation of the new coronavirus, update yourself every day with official and truthful information through the experience of the Muy Interesante team.

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