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This winter, the field of respiratory viruses will be crowded.
The virus that caused the original Sars no longer haunts us, but the characteristics of today’s coronavirus mean it’s unlikely to disappear in the same way.
People with heart conditions at higher risk of severe COVID-19. But coronavirus appears to affect the heart directly, too.
Scenario planning is common among multinationals and decision-makers. But some countries were better prepared for the coronavirus pandemic than others.
Modelling highlights the urgent need for strong interventions. The later we act to reduce coronavirus’ replication number, the greater the cost in illness and death.
A new tool has been developed to track the history of the novel coronavirus and other recent outbreaks.