The coronavirus isn’t alive. That’s why it’s so hard to kill.

According to a recent article by The Washington Post, they claimed that the coronavirus is more dangerous than others because it is not alive that’s why it is hard to kill.

They also claimed that there is something great evil genius behind his origin because it can easily purchase in humans without them knowing. Before its first host even develops symptoms, it is already spreading its replicas everywhere, moving onto its next victim.

Its symptoms emerge less readily than other deadly respiratory viruses, which means people often pass it to others before they even know they have it. It already has affected millions of lives and still, there is no way of stopping it.

Gary Whittaker, who is a Cornell University professor of virology said that this virus is switching between alive and not alive. This is something which comes straight from the hell. It has zombielike resistance because they are easy to find but hard to kill. It is 3 times bigger than all other respiratory viruses.

People are saying that nature is taking a break that’s why this type of trauma is happening is all over the world. But what if it is not?  May be nature has been telling us that coronavirus is just a beginning, we should be prepared for more bigger long-term threats.

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