Montreal Coronavirus


The Montreal Coronavirus or, more precisely, the Montreal COVID-19 is a term that refers to a group of viruses known to cause respiratory issues. A disease that can be mild like a common cold or severe with lung problems and hospitalization.

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Coronavirus as in the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918, the HIV/AIDS of the 1980s, the acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) of 2002–2004, the H1N1 flu pandemic of 2009, the Ebola of 2014–2016, the COVID-19 of 2019 ... 

We need to contain the spread of the COVID-19, we need social distancing, we need to wear a mask whenever required, we need vaccines, we need the whole world to be vaccinated, we need to respect all the sanitary requirements and, we definitely need to minimize the number of people with the disease. 

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Montreal Coronavirus by Rachel Louise Barry


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