There are different scenarios under which pandemics come to an end. Here, we present you with five of them based on how coronavirus behaves.
What is COVID-19? Glad you asked! Let Dr. Harvey Rubin tell you all about it.
In November 1968, an article in the journal Nature suggested a new type of virus had been discovered. Under the microscope, the virus looked like the sun’s corona, so the suggestion was named to name the new virus “coronavirus.”
The arrival and spread of coronavirus, and the interventions against it, have caused a commotion in the stock market. Has this happened with previous pandemics?
In 1918, a parade in the middle of the Spanish Flu pandemic triggered a severe epidemic of influenza in Philadelphia. With the first confirmed case of coronavirus reported in Philadelphia, city government officials have decided to go ahead with the St. Patrick’s Day parade.