Life Cycle of the Coronavirus
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How does SARS-CoV2 infect people, and what are researchers learning about its possible vulnerabilities?
In a richly illustrated infographic from Jennifer E. Fairman, which the Bloomberg School animated into this accompanying video, professor Andrew Pekosz talks viewers through the complete life cycle of the novel coronavirus: how it infects people, and how it replicates and spreads.
To read more about how researchers are using what they learn about the virus to exploit its potential vulnerabilities, view the complete infographic: https://magazine.jhsph.edu/2020/science-vs-virus