I am reading about the flu pandemic of 1918. It first broke out in the spring, then sort of disappeared, then reappeared in deadly form in the fall. But also from what I understand, the family of coronaviruses mutate much more slowly than flu virus (right?). So I am wondering what the chances are that it could mutate into a more deadly form for the “second wave” scientists expect?
Good question for some of our research types, but I would guess the chance of a more lethal mutation is pretty low, hopefully lower than the chance of a less lethal one. But the way this year is going…
I’m fully expecting aliens in July.
Maybe they will have a cure.
THEY’RE HERE!!! THE VIRUSES!!!
At this point, people would probably trust aliens with a cure over a vaccine, which is just sad.
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