The coronavirus has infected more than 13.8 million people around the world. Photo: US National Institutes of Health via EPA-EFEThe coronavirus has infected more than 13.8 million people around the world. Photo: US National Institutes of Health via EPA-EFE
The coronavirus has infected more than 13.8 million people around the world. Photo: US National Institutes of Health via EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: are two strains together deadlier than one?

  • Researchers in the United States say some people could be infected by two variations of the pathogen at once, sending the immune system into overdrive
  • Major study needed to confirm whether theory is supported, Chinese scientist says

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The coronavirus has infected more than 13.8 million people around the world. Photo: US National Institutes of Health via EPA-EFEThe coronavirus has infected more than 13.8 million people around the world. Photo: US National Institutes of Health via EPA-EFE
The coronavirus has infected more than 13.8 million people around the world. Photo: US National Institutes of Health via EPA-EFE
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