Coronavirus

Bats can be carriers of diseases such as coronaviruses and rabies, but these diseases are not a danger to humans unless people come into contact with bat blood or saliva.  (Image: via   pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

Are Bats to Blame for the COVID-19 Crisis?

Horseshoe bats in China are a natural wildlife reservoir of SARS-like coronaviruses. Some health experts think wildlife markets — specifically in Wuhan, China – led to the spillover of the new coronavirus into human populations. Though not confirmed, the hypothesis…

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Are Bats to Blame for the COVID-19 Crisis?

Horseshoe bats in China are a natural wildlife reservoir of SARS-like coronaviruses. Some health experts think wildlife markets — specifically in Wuhan, China – led to the spillover of the…

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Investing in the Time of the CCP Coronavirus

For stock market investors, the past month has been one of the most stressful times of their lives. Share indexes have crashed beyond expectations. In about a month, the S&P…

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China’s Economy Suffers From the CCP Virus

Though the CCP virus outbreak situation in China is said to be stabilizing, which experts agree is probably not the case, things have remained rather disappointing on the economic front.…

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Japan Keen to Hold Olympics Despite Virus Dangers

The CCP coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of several sporting events. The biggest sporting spectacle of the year is undoubtedly the 2020 Tokyo Olympics scheduled to be held in…

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Flu Vs the Wuhan Coronavirus: Know Your Illness

While China is suffering though a coronavirus outbreak, American citizens are braving both influenza and the Wuhan coronavirus. Even though some believe that both flu and coronavirus are similar, the fact…

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Air Pollution Drops in China Thanks to Coronavirus

The Wuhan coronavirus outbreak has brought China to a standstill. Factories are empty, roads are desolate, shops are closed, and people keep themselves to their homes. While this does look dire,…

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Disease X: Is It the Wuhan Coronavirus?

The terrible thing about the outbreak of the coronavirus in Wuhan is that for humans, it has all too many unknowns and uncertainties, such as pathogens, routes of transmission, incubation…