There’s no guarantee a vaccine is right around the corner, but more than 145 candidates are under investigation.
Under the best-case scenario, their vaccine could be ready this year. However, the odds are against any vaccine candidate.
The novel coronavirus is just one of many microbes that have jumped from animals into people.
SARS-CoV-2 is changing at the rate scientists would expect for a coronavirus
We may even rely on certain types of viruses to ward off infections.
A new experiment launches to the ISS in June
The first of what may be many virus-based treatments
Evolutionary history suggests they evolved from ancient cells
Meet human rhinovirus C.
This foot-and-mouth virus has a stable exterior, but no genetic material in its interior.
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