Under the microscope: Here's what the coronavirus looks like

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There are more than 150,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide. The virus spreads quickly, maybe quicker than recent viral infections.

The World Health Organization recently announced that the corona virus is a pandemic. Spread in more than 100 countries, the virus will change the world forever.

What makes the virus so easy to spread? Take a look at how the virus looks under the microscope to understand. The biggest problem with the virus is not fatality. After all, the percentage is just 4% fatality. But it spreads like crazy.

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