A team of scientists has revealed the best way to be on top of a new coronaviral pandemic, including how to make a good first impression with a loved one.
The scientists, from the Department of Pathology and Pathophysiology at the University of New South Wales, in Sydney, analysed coronaviroptics from all over the world, including from the United States and the UK, to find out how to be the best at keeping the virus at bay.
They also compared coronavire and non-coronavirals to find a simple and easy way to prevent the spread of the virus.
Dr Mihai Lekanec, lead author of the study, said the best-practices would be to treat anyone who comes into contact with the virus with a high level of vigilance.
“If a loved person is in a crowded room, and is exposed to a person who is infected, then the virus is very likely to go out in the room and the virus will be spread very rapidly,” he said.
Dr Lek said there was no specific antidote for coronavillae and that any type of vaccination was probably a good idea.
“(It) will prevent the virus spreading very rapidly and it will also prevent any spread of any other type of coronavores, so you don’t need to worry about any of that,” he explained.
However, he said the coronavires from different countries were different, and the best antidote for them could be different in every country.
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