Why you don’t need to panic about coronavirus

Customers wait in line at at a Costco in Burbank, Calif., to buy water and other supplies/Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images
 

By Debbie Lord | Cox Media Group 

It’s taken around three months for a virus the size of one-900th of the width of a human hair to move across the world, infecting hundreds of thousands and killing nearly 4,500 people.

That’s the bad news.

Good news in the fight against the new coronavirus, COVID-19, seems hard to find. But a scientist in Spain is offering some reassuring news about what can be done to stop the spread of the disease and the fact that we have never had better tools to fight the virus.

Ignacio López-Goñi, a professor of microbiology and virology at the University of Navarra in Spain, is offering these 10 observations, first published in The Conversation, to help calm fears about COVID-19.

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