Many think the coronavirus is entirely new. But this microscopic critter that barely qualifies as a living thing has been found around us for almost a century.
But, how are they different?
During the 1970s and 1980s, scientist raced to unveil more details about the coronavirus.
Coronavirus is part of the Coronaviridae family. It was also Almeida and Tyrrell who came up with that name in 1975.
This is how the two viruses hijack cells in our body
These two viruses are Dangerous
We are now able to deal with Infectious Bronchitis in chickens, the flu, as well as SARS and MERS.
Thanks to these discoveries.
And off we go to battle again…