China says it found a new virus that’s even more deadly than the coronavirus

August 27, 2020   |   Referencing article published by bgr.com
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic still raging across the globe, the last thing we need is another new virus that is even more deadly. Unfortunately, that’s what recently popped up in Kazakhstan, at least according to Chinese health officials.
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