COVID-19: News Updates

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As the Coronavirus spreads, myths and misinformation are spreading as well. Covid-19 is a serious problem, of course. However, there are many things we can do to protect ourselves. Washing hands and keeping our distance is important. The best thing we can do, however, is keep our immune systems strong. This means minding what you eat, and giving your cells all of the good nutrients, minerals and healthy fluids they need. The human body is an amazing creation designed to heal itself. Let’s take care of it, and inform ourselves with facts, not fear.

Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions about Covid-19.

No New Coronavirus Cases In Wuhan, China, Where Global Pandemic Began

(Updated Mar 19, 2020) There were no new cases of the novel coronavirus in the past 24 hours in Hubei province, China, including the city of Wuhan, where COVID-19 was first discovered, per a post on the local health department’s website Wednesday.

Why it matters: Chinese authorities introduced unprecedented measures in January in an effort to contain the virus, including suspending all travel in and out of all cities in Hubei province and preventing the province’s 59 million people from leaving home.

The report of zero cases is the strongest indication yet that such extreme measures can help contain the virus, as cases soar globally to more than 217,000.

Scientists Figure Out How The Virus Works, Helping Significantly In Developing Treatments

(Updated March 11, 2020) Scientists have revealed the first picture of how the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 binds with human respiratory cells in order to hijack them to produce more viruses.

Researchers led by Qiang Zhou, a research fellow at Westlake University in Hangzhou, China, have revealed how the new virus attaches to a receptor on respiratory cells called angiotensin-converting enzyme 2, or ACE2.

“They have pictures all the way down at the level of the atoms that interact at the binding interface,” Thomas Gallagher, a virologist at Loyola University Chicago who was not involved in the new research but studies coronavirus structure, told Live Science. That level of information is unusual at this stage of a new virus outbreak, he said.

“The virus outbreak only began to occur a couple months ago, and within that short period of time, these authors have come up with information that I think traditionally takes much longer,” Gallagher said.

That’s important, he said, because understanding how the virus enters cells can contribute to research on drugs or even a vaccine for the virus.

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