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What's behind the sudden uptick in coronavirus cases?

Coronacast 5 de mayo de 2020 24

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One of the realities of this coronavirus pandemic is that you think you’re doing a good job and then suddenly there’s an outbreak.

Some states might be consistently reporting zero cases, but others are struggling with growing clusters.

So why has the infection rate suddenly increased?

On today’s episode:

* Is the uptick in cases because of people travelling at Easter a few weeks ago?

* Should I be worried about the increased number of cases?

* Will salt in my homemade salami kill coronavirus?

* We can’t travel to other states yet. Isn’t it a bit early to travel to NZ?

* Is it possible Ebola and coronavirus can mutate into a more potent virus?

And Norman has some news from a research paper about heart medication, which found it didn’t worsen the disease for people who got it or make them more susceptible to it in the first place.

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