The Wuhan Coronavirus, Robert Miller
Robert Miller

The Wuhan Coronavirus

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The most comprehensive book about COVID-19 is now available. It contains 150 pages created from more than 400 hours of research. (Updated on March 14, 2020)

The coronavirus outbreak has been a topic of frequent contention since it began in December of 2019. The virus, also referred to as the novel coronavirus and COVID-19, is not the first coronavirus we have seen; the virus that caused severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) was also a type of coronavirus, as was Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS).

Learn everything you need to know about the virus that originated in Wuhan, China including an introduction to virology, the risk factors, how you can protect yourself, the truth behind some of the most prevalent rumors, a detailed timeline for the outbreak, what medical studies and experts have told us, and much more.

This book is suitable for any individuals, educators, business owners, families, healthcare professionals, and anyone else who needs to develop a better understanding of how to protect the general public from COVID-19.

Chapter List:

An introduction to virology

Outbreak terminology

Chapter 1: Understanding the Coronavirus

Source of the coronavirus

Risk factors

Coronavirus symptoms

Methods of transmission

Preventing infection

Supply list

The coronavirus and pets

How to proceed if you suspect an infection

Chapter 2: Myths and Misunderstandings

Fact checking common rumors

Suspicions of under-reporting

Public health emergency

Use of drone technology

Chapter 3: Wuhan China

Wuhan before the outbreak

A brief history

Wuhan noodles

Wuhan punk

Chapter 4: The Coronavirus Timeline

December 2019

January 2020

February 2020

March 2020

Facing the future

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