Sean Stewart writes about disinfection innovations for SONO Healthcare. He previously served as a college administrator and professor for more than a decade leading courses in communications and research methods. Sean holds an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Most of the people who get infected with coronavirus will fully recover. In fact, many of them wouldn’t even need hospitalization.
As with all viruses, it’s best to be careful when you’re in a situation where exposure is possible. This is why we must all be mindful of the new coronavirus disease strain, now named COVID-19, that originated last year in Wuhan, China. In just a few months, it had already spread around the world. Previous
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