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    Naturaleza: el mayor laboratorio de virus

    DISEASE: Porqué nuestro sistema económico debe acabar.

    Como todos los virus, el COVID-19 está programado para propagarse tanto como sea posible. Es especialmente eficaz porque, al no causar muchos síntomas o incluso ninguno, al comienzo de la infección, se propaga de manera muy eficiente. Con este simple hecho, comienza el viaje de Cédric Louis por el mundo del virus, The Virus Hunters. Ahora sabemos cómo se ha utilizado y se sigue utilizando políticamente la pandemia de COVID-19, por lo que la opinión acerca de algunos hechos es bastante útil.

    El mercado de serpientes y animales salvajes es un negocio de 16 mil millones de dolares anuales. Incluye la caza y captura en condiciones precarias, que fácilmente pueden provocar la propagación de fuentes infecciosas, debido a la proximidad de incubadoras de enfermedades.

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    The Virus Hunters, a film by Cédric Louis

    Murciélagos y pangolines

    Un grupo de murciélagos habia sido identificado portando un virus similar al 95% al COVID-19, además de otros tipos de virus, sin afectaciones. La flexibilidad y la cantidad de murciélagos los convierten en una fuente de . . .

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    Wieczorek is a film critic and regular contributor to Modern Times Review.
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