You’ll probably never know if you had the coronavirus in January.
Estimates vary widely, but all the available evidence suggests that very few Americans were infected at the top of the year.
“There’s no clear evidence that the pandemic virus has evolved into significantly different forms—and there probably won’t be for months,” Ed Yong, whose essential coverage of this outbreak you may have read, reports.
A much-hyped coronavirus treatment is connected to a black-market cat drug.
Remdesivir, currently our best hope for a COVID-19 treatment, is very similar to a drug called GS-441524, which is used to treat a different coronavirus in cats.

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