The world has been searching for the Coronavirus for 16 months. But there is still no answer to a single question. On the careful search for the origin of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Leah DioperAnd the Felix CottagesAnd the George MascoloAnd the Martin Whitman
16 months. At least 150 million people are infected. More than three million dead. Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus, the world has been documenting its crisis with numbers. They come every afternoon with updated values, and finish each evening with a look at the stats and forecasts. One, perhaps the decisive number of this pandemic, however, remains unknown to this day: zero.
Patient Zero, the first person to carry a 100 nm particle. If found, science would get closer to the origin of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, it could better understand the epidemic, and possibly prevent future outbreaks, frankly: saving the world. But the search for the origin of the virus is very complex, and when it comes to a virus that threatens the entire world population, it is very explosive.