... for the virus currently causing a pandemic. Most (including SARS - COV - 2 )became obsolete as the WHO adopted the name Covid-19...
3 Answers · Health · 17/07/2020
It's totally okay if you don't know the difference, it can be a bit confusing. Basically, SaRS - CoV - 2 is the virus, COVID-19 is the disease caused by SaRS - CoV - 2 .
7 Answers · Health · 28/08/2020
Covid 19 will almost certainly become endemic - it will be with us forever. That being said it won't mean it will continue to ruin our lives forever, with enough people vaccinated the virus won't be able to infect as many people, also...
1 Answers · Society & Culture · 30/03/2021
Rachael died I hear. Oh wait I’m Rachael
3 Answers · Politics & Government · 21/05/2020
The first is the name of a disease. The second is the name of the virus that causes it.
6 Answers · Health · 20/04/2020
We don't know, but I doubt it. There was no flu vaccine in 1918, so they just had to wait for herd immunity.
1 Answers · Health · 18/11/2020
If Lysol adds hydroxychloroquine to their disinfectant strays they would have a run away best seller in red states
4 Answers · Politics & Government · 09/07/2020
Maybe. Another possibility is that the virus escaped from the Wuhan CDCP, which is said to be closer to the seafood market that politically gets the blame.
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/02/2021