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New swine flu strain has pandemic potential

Buckle up. It's going to be a bumpy ride. One of you clowns remember where we parked.

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by Mother Naturereply 406/29/2020

[quote]It possesses "all the essential hallmarks of being highly adapted to infect humans," say the authors, scientists at Chinese universities and China's Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Why do I picture them saying this with looks of fiendish glee in their eyes?

by Mother Naturereply 106/29/2020
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by Mother Naturereply 206/29/2020

China again, and they wet on with the dog meat festival too. Thousands slaughtered again, and probably bats and pangolins too.

by Mother Naturereply 306/29/2020

Good news: Remdesivir is almost 100% effective at stopping all known strains of influenza ("A" in a single dose, "B" within 3-5).

Bad news: Remdesivir is going to cost $500/dose, so it'll be too hopelessly expensive to use for non-life-threatening cases until the patent expires ~9 to 11 years from now.

by Mother Naturereply 406/29/2020
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