How Did a Disease With no Symptoms Take Over the World?

The WHO Says COVID-19 Asymptomatic Transmission Is “Very Rare”

Biologists tell each other stories. These stories might involve lots of acronyms and use strange and wonderful verbs and nouns but, unlike say mathematics, the mechanism by which biologists convey their science is at heart through the use of language. But unlike works of creative writing, the language used by biologists needs to be precise because bad English can lead to bad science.

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