Goldsmith and A. Tamin ( CDC )With new information about the novel coronavirus seemingly arriving every hour on the hour, it’s perfectly understandable to feel confused and discombobulated.
With that in mind, here’s a mantra I’ve held close to my hopefully healthy lungs for almost three months now: The things we think we know about covid-19 are going to keep changing, and that’s okay.
The virus is suspiciously similar to the HIV virus, and may have even come from a lab.
And no, HIV and SARS-CoV-2 don’t have anything uniquely in common with each other, and this new virus does not appear to be a bioweapon.
Can the coronavirus linger in the air and remain infectious for up to a half hour?

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