Early data shows they can catch the virus from humans and spread it to each other through fluids.
Some expert recommendations on how to mask up—twice.
From spreading out your trips to disinfecting your haul, here’s what to do to stay safe.
Hospital beds are filling up quickly in some regions.
Here’s what you need to know this week.
Epidemiologists pair gumshoe detective skills with fancy lab equipment to work backwards and stave off viral spread.
His physician’s assessment may be overly optimistic.
Much like early Lyme testing, the coronavirus is a reminder that diagnostics aren’t perfect.
For now, there are more questions than answers.
We don’t know much about the new disease, but there’s a lot we do know about how outbreaks happen.
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