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Contagiousness may last beyond five days, but COVID-19 may be deadly for vapers

Contagiousness may last beyond five days, but COVID-19 may be deadly for vapers

This is a recap of some recent research on COVID-19. It aims to show that there is no further research to prove the findings, but that remains to be certified by peer review.

After a 5-day quarantine, many people might still be infectious.

The researchers have investigated the presence of significant viruses in 176 people who were quarantined. one in 10 people might still be infectious, according to new statistics.

COVID-19 has caused more bleeding in the vapers.

According to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, it may be more likely than infected non-vapers to experience COVID-19 symptoms, according to a study.

COVID-19 is a targeted experimental medicine that follows two angles.

The drug, called zapnometinib or ATR-002, might counteract COVID-19 from two different directions, according to the German Institute of Drugs and Medicinal Products.

Click for a presentation on vaccines in development.

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