@__ice9 Yes, it does, because SARS2 is based on SARS and highly similar. The difference is that SARS2 has even *mor…
Yes, it does, because SARS2 is based on SARS and highly similar. The difference is that SARS2 has even *more* reach in the body via ACE2 and others. Uncensored, accurate information is sparse this time around as we're now dealing with a weapon of war. See:https://t.co/YWqDsE2yzs
— Adam Gaertner (@veryvirology) June 13, 2020