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Mutation and the Future of Pandemics

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In my comments last month, I made it clear that the coronavirus that we are seeing, like others had two dangerous components, the first being the ability to mutate and the second being the incubation period of 14 days, perhaps more. We have known for many years that coronaviruses are notorious for their ability to mutate – note that 1918 Spanish Flu mutated itself out of existence. That coronavirus mutated into a weaker version of itself and just faded away. But this self-destruction was rather odd, as a virus can and does sometimes become more aggressive and can even see a longer incubation period in some cases – now that is scary. The future of epidemics and pandemics will be interesting as they are spread around the world quickly, while at the same time mutating fast enough to ensure that any cure will be chasing a moving target.

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