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Scientists called another source of coronavirus infection

Scientists called another source of coronavirus infection
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Molecular biologists from Hong Kong conducted an experiment on the artificially grown analogues of the intestines of bats and humans. The results obtained allowed us to say that infection with coronavirus is possible not only by airborne droplets.

According to the magazine Nature MedicineScientists have found that intestinal cells can easily infect and spread the novel coronavirus. At the same time, there was evidence that the coronavirus affects not only the lungs, but also cells of other organs. The mucous membranes of the nose, esophagus, blood vessels and heart were under the blow of COVID-19.

New data from experiments explain where virus particles get into human waste, and then into wastewater. At the same time, scientists have not yet figured out exactly how the virus acquired a new mutation and became so infectious.
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