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The new coronavirus is so dangerous because it’s so sneaky. Scientists have begun to understand its under-the-radar transmission methods at a biological level to explain how a single patient was able to infect 1,100 other people as she went about her life.

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  • I was very curious about how this specific coronavirus could go from a mild case for most people to a global pandemic. One reason is the specific way it infects our cells, and the way our bodies react to it.

    We're still learning about this virus, of course. It's new as of December. But we're miles

    I was very curious about how this specific coronavirus could go from a mild case for most people to a global pandemic. One reason is the specific way it infects our cells, and the way our bodies react to it.

    We're still learning about this virus, of course. It's new as of December. But we're miles away from where we were with SARS in 2003, thanks to things like genetic sequencing.

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