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Has coronavirus really split into two strains – and does it matter?

Coronacast 7 de mayo de 2020 7

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You might have seen the study that found there may be a more contagious strain of coronavirus floating around.

It turns out though that it’s quite a controversial paper, and some experts are downplaying the findings.

For starters, the more contagious strain is already the one that’s in Australia.

And secondly, while it may be more contagious it’s no more dangerous than the other strain.

On today’s show:

* I heard there are two strains. What’s that about?

* Is there an accurate antibody test yet?

* Would testing for antibodies at the airport mean I could avoid 14-day quarantine if I’d already had COVID-19?

* I live in Australia and got sick before Christmas with coronavirus symptoms. Could I have had it?

* Can Norman be President of the USA?

And Norman’s found a study that looked at anti-vaccination views and what that might mean if there’s ever a SARS-COV-2 vaccine.

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