The virus has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in the US and worldwide, but scientists have never really understood how to predict the severity of the pandemic.
But now a new study has provided an explanation.
It has been widely reported that a new coronavirus has been circulating in the world for at least two years, and that it is not a new virus but a strain of a strain that has been around since 1918.
The new virus, named H5N1, is one of the most virulent viruses ever to emerge from the Middle East and South Asia, and has caused widespread panic and death worldwide.
This new virus is a variant of the one that caused the pandemics pandemic in the 1930s and the pandemia pandemic of 1918.
But the researchers say it may not be so simple to understand what causes the virus to spread.
What they have found is that the coronaviruses are not the same, but are different in different places, and this is why it is so hard to predict how many people are going to be affected by this virus.
“H5N2 is a coronaviral, it is just a different one that has a different pattern,” said Professor William Bensinger from the University of California, Davis, and his colleagues.
“The H5 is a large and hard-to-detect virus that is spread in many different ways, so it is hard to tell how many are going through it.”
Covid is a much smaller virus, so we have to look at the details.”
The researchers say the new coronovirus is very similar to the 1918 coronavirin.
They also say the coronivirus can spread from person to person, and can cause the death of a person in two days, or a child in six weeks.”
When you see the H5 variants, it’s easy to predict that people are infected because they are highly infectious,” said Dr Matthew Wilson, from the British Institute for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.”
This is the first time anyone has shown how to show how the H1N1 virus can spread.
“Dr Bensinginger said the new virus was not the first to spread from one person to another, and he is hopeful that a better understanding of how this virus spreads is possible.”
We know the H2N1 viruses are very different from the H3 variants.
And there are some differences between the H6 and the H7 variants,” he said.”
So we do know that the H4 variants of the virus are more likely to be spread than the H8 variants.
“But there is not much we know about how this new virus might be spreading.”
He added: “The question is how can we predict when this new coroniviral variant is going to spread?
We think we know how to use our existing virus to identify when it’s going to start spreading.”
That is, when we can predict that this variant is spreading when the number of cases and deaths in a particular region starts to exceed the number in that region.
“I think the way we are going about this is to take a look at population densities and see if we can identify the clusters that are going the most often.”
And then we can do some analyses of the population and identify clusters that can help us predict when it is going be a new pandemic.
“It’s hoped the study could provide a blueprint for developing new vaccines and diagnostics for this new strain of the coronoviral.”
Hopefully this research will help us to develop new vaccines that can detect the different variants of this new variant, and we can use them to protect against it in the future,” Dr Wilson said.