May 6, 2020
Why might coronavirus become more "gentle" in time?
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Like all living things, coronavirus will evolve and mutate, but that's not necessarily something to be feared.

While the virus that causes COVID-19 is dangerous and deadly, if history is anything to go by, any mutations may calm it down a bit.

In fact, a mutation might be in the interests of both humans and the virus.

On today's episode:

* When does it turn from a blip in cases into a second wave?

* What should I do if someone needs CPR?

* Why might SARS-COV-2 turn into a more "gentle" virus?

* Is the virus blood type specific?

And Norman has a very interesting piece of research from France. The research found a patient who had the SARS-COV-2 virus in December - a month before the country's first reported case. And the patient had no travel history to China.
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