A colourised scanning electron micrograph supplied by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases shows a monkey kidney cell (blue) heavily infected with novel coronavirus particles (orange), which were isolated from a patient sample. Photo: Reuters
Ian Pizer
Opinion

Opinion

Ian Pizer

Investors betting against the science of coronavirus are playing a dangerous game

  • There is a clear disconnect between the literature on Covid-19 and financial markets. Investors expecting the coronavirus disease to peak and stop like Sars have another think coming
A colourised scanning electron micrograph supplied by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases shows a monkey kidney cell (blue) heavily infected with novel coronavirus particles (orange), which were isolated from a patient sample. Photo: Reuters
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