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BEIJING/MADRID, June 28: The presence of Covid-19 (coronavirus) in Spain's sewage offers a clue on the virus' existence, either in people or animals, before China reported its first Covid-19 patient in December 2019.BEIJING/MADRID, June 28: The presence of Covid-19 (coronavirus) in Spain's sewage offers a clue on the virus' existence, either in people or animals, before China reported its first Covid-19 patient in December 2019.

Covid-19 in Spain sewage brings origin of virus a step closer | The Star

An unpublished study by Spanish virologists suggests the novel coronavirus has been around much longer than we thought, dating as far back as March 2019. An unpublished study by Spanish virologists suggests the novel coronavirus has been around much longer than we thought, dating as far back as March 2019.

The discovery of virus genome presence so early in Spain, if confirmed, would imply the disease may have appeared much earlier than thoughtThe discovery of virus genome presence so early in Spain, if confirmed, would imply the disease may have appeared much earlier than thought

Spanish study shows coronavirus trace in March 2019 water sample

Europe News: BARCELONA: Researchers at the University of Barcelona, one of Spain's most prestigious universities, had detected the presence of the novel coronaviru.Europe News: BARCELONA: Researchers at the University of Barcelona, one of Spain's most prestigious universities, had detected the presence of the novel coronaviru.

Spain's top researchers discover coronavirus in waste water collected on March 12, 2019 - Times of India

Researchers detected the presence of the virus that cause COVID-19 in samples of waste water in Barcelona, collected in March 12, 2019, according to a new preprint study.

SARS-CoV-2 Traces Detected in Barcelona Waste Water From March 2019 | Technology Networks

There was the potential for a false positive due to the virus similarities with other respiratory infections.There was the potential for a false positive due to the virus’ similarities with other respiratory infections.

Coronavirus traces found in March 2019 sewage sample, Spanish study shows - World - The Jakarta Post

The discovery of virus genome presence so early in Spain, if confirmed, would imply the disease may have appeared much earlier than the scientific community.The discovery of virus genome presence so early in Spain, if confirmed, would imply the disease may have appeared much earlier than the scientific community.

Coronavirus Traces Found in March 2019 Sewage Sample: Spanish Study

Scientists at the University of Calgary in Canada say that the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) may have been circulating amongst humans since at least 2013, though not the same variant that is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemicScientists at the University of Calgary in Canada say that the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) may have been circulating amongst humans since at least 2013, though not the same variant that is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 origin: University of Calgary research shows SARS-CoV-2 may have been evolving slowly since 2013 - Health News , Firstpost

As new cases of Covid-19 reach record levels in the United States, there’s new evidence the novel coronavirus that causes the disease has been with us much longer than previously thought.As new cases of Covid-19 reach record levels in the United States, there’s new evidence the novel coronavirus that causes the disease has been with us much longer than previously thought.

The Coronavirus Was Detected In Sewage In March Of 2019, Far From Wuhan, China

MADRID (Reuters) -- Spanish virologists have found traces of the novel coronavirus in a sample of Barcelona waste water collected in March 2019, nineVirus present 9 months before it was identified in China

Coronavirus found in March 2019 sewage sample: Spanish study - Nikkei Asian Review

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Coronavirus attacks many organ systems, cause catastrophic damageCoronavirus attacks many organ systems, cause catastrophic damage

Coronavirus attacks many organ systems, cause catastrophic damage

Spanish virologists have found traces of the novel coronavirus in a sample of Barcelona wastewater collected in March 2019, nine months before the Covid-19 disease was identified in China, the University of Barcelona said on Friday. The discovery of virus genome presence so early in Spain, if confirmed, would imply the disease may have appeared much earlier than the scientificSpanish virologists have found traces of the novel coronavirus in a sample of Barcelona wastewater collected in March 2019, nine months before the Covid-19 disease was identified in China, the

Coronavirus traces found in March 2019 sewage sample in Spain, Spanish study shows | Deccan Herald

COVID-19 sample from months before 1st outbreak in Wuhan, found in Barcelona wastewaterResearchers at the University of Barcelona said they detected the novel coronavirus in a frozen Barcelona wastewater sample from March 12, 2019. If the research holds up, it will...

COVID-19 sample from months before 1st outbreak in Wuhan, found in Barcelona wastewater | Daily Sabah

Since the beginning of the outbreak, scientists have known the genetic sequence of COVID-19, but over time, researchers have seen it change, giving rise to the theory coronavirus is mutating.Since the beginning of the outbreak, scientists have known the genetic sequence of COVID-19, but over time, researchers have seen it change, giving rise to the theory coronavirus is mutating.

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Scientists say coronavirus traces have been found in Spanish wastewater samples collected on 12 March 2019 - months before the pandemic shook the world.Scientists say coronavirus traces have been found in Spanish wastewater samples collected on 12 March 2019 - months before the pandemic shook the world.

Scientists find coronavirus in Spanish wastewater collected in March 2019 | SBS News

BARCELONA: Researchers at the University of Barcelona, one of Spain’s most prestigious universities, had detected the presence of the novel coronavirus in wastewater samples collected here on March 12, 2019, the university said in a statement on Friday. “These results, sent to a high-impact journal and published in the archive medRxiv, suggest the infection was […]

Covid-19 originated in Spain – researchers – The Manila Times

Traces of the novel coronavirus have been discovered in Barcelona sewage water months before the first case of the dreaded disease was reported in China, a new study by a group of Spanish researchers claims.Traces of the novel coronavirus have been discovered in Barcelona sewage water months before the first case of the dreaded disease was reported in China, a new study by a group of Spanish researchers claims.

Covid-19 was in Spanish sewage as early as MARCH 2019, study claims — RT World News

Scientists say coronavirus traces have been found in wastewater samples collected on March 12, 2019 - but it wasn't in China.Scientists say coronavirus traces have been found in wastewater samples collected on March 12, 2019 - but it wasn't in China.

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In an unpublished study, scientists say they've found signs of the novel coronavirus in Spain in March 2019, months before it was identified in China.In an unpublished study, scientists say they've found signs of the novel coronavirus in Spain in March 2019, months before it was identified in China.

Study suggests virus emerged much earlier than thought - StarTribune.com

'Barcelona is a city that is frequented by Chinese people...''Barcelona is a city that is frequented by Chinese people...'

Coronavirus genome found in Spain wastewater samples from March 2019, scientists reveal - TheBlaze

Cells hijacked by the coronavirus grow long, streaming tentacles to reach out to new victims, scientists found. This could complicate the search for a vaccine.Cells hijacked by the coronavirus grow long, streaming tentacles to reach out to new victims, scientists found. This could complicate the search for a vaccine.

The coronavirus is even more sinister than we suspected - Los Angeles Times

The virus was found in Barcelona waste water from January 15, 2020, over a month before the first case of COVID was reported in the European country.The virus was found in Barcelona waste water from January 15, 2020, over a month before the first case of COVID was reported in the European country.

BREAKING: Spanish scientists detect coronavirus in waste water from March 2019 | The Post Millennial - News, Politics, Culture, and Lifestyle

The virus was found in Barcelona waste water from January 15, 2020, over a month before the first case of COVID was reported in the European country.The virus was found in Barcelona waste water from January 15, 2020, over a month before the first case of COVID was reported in the European country.

BREAKING: Spanish scientists detect coronavirus in waste water from March 2019 | The Post Millennial - News, Politics, Culture, and Lifestyle

Spanish virologists believe they may have found traces of COVID-19 in a sample of waste water collected in Barcelona in March of last year.

Spanish researchers say they may have found coronavirus in March 2019 water sample

Would-be virus killer Nevan Krogan leads a UCSF team that — in the hunt for effective drugs — has found a new class of drug candidates that function through a different, powerful mechanism. The scientists have taken photos of the virus as it infects host cells, providing some of the first sharp visual images of the deadly pathogen at work. <p>Would-be virus killer Nevan Krogan leads a UCSF team that — in the hunt for effective drugs — has found a new class of drug candidates that function through a different, powerful mechanism. The scientists have taken photos of the virus as it infects host cells, providing some of the first sharp visual images of the deadly pathogen at work.</p>

‘There’s a cocktail out there that can cure this’: Inside a UCSF-led quest to exploit the coronavirus’ weak spots - SFChronicle.com

Experts said the finding was probably either a contaminated sample or a separate coronavirus outbreak, although more research was needed Experts said the finding was probably either a contaminated sample or a separate coronavirus outbreak, although more research was needed

Coronavirus found in Barcelona waste water sample from March 2019

For the research, the scientists studied 479 genome sequences of the novel Coronavirus gathered between Dec 30, 2019 and March 20, 2020For the research, the scientists studied 479 genome sequences of the novel Coronavirus gathered between Dec 30, 2019 and March 20, 2020

Canada's University of Calgary Study on Coronavirus Reveals SARS-CoV-2 'Evolving' Since 2013

Spanish virologists have found traces of the novel coronavirus in a sample of Barcelona waste water collected in March 2019, nine months before the Covid-19 disease was identified in China, the University of Barcelona says.Spanish virologists have found traces of the novel coronavirus in a sample of Barcelona waste water collected in March 2019, nine months before the Covid-19 disease was identified in China, the University of Barcelona says.

Coronavirus traces possibly found in 2019 sewage sample, Spanish study shows but warns too early to draw conclusions | News24

The finding comes from a single sample and researchers say more would be needed to confirm the result.The finding comes from a single sample and researchers say more would be needed to confirm the result.

Coronavirus: Spanish researchers say they've found coronavirus trace in March 2019 water sample | World News | Sky News

Researchers say they found virus causing COVID-19 disease in Barcelona sewage water from March 2019 - Anadolu AgencyResearchers say they found virus causing COVID-19 disease in Barcelona sewage water from March 2019 - Anadolu Agency

Earliest known novel coronavirus detected in Barcelona

CHICAGO — Younger people are making up a growing percentage of new coronavirus cases in cities and states in the United States where the virus is now surging, a trend that has alarmed public health officials and prompted renewed pleas for masks and social distancing. CHICAGO — Younger people are making up a growing percentage of new coronavirus cases in cities and states in the United States where the virus is now surging, a trend that has alarmed public health officials and prompted renewed pleas for masks and social distancing.

As virus surges in US, younger people account for ‘disturbing’ number of cases

Health Authorities in Spain have tested residual waste samples from Barcelona and discovered traces of Covid-19 as early as March 2019. Investigators from News ArticleHealth Authorities in Spain have tested residual waste samples from Barcelona and discovered traces of Covid-19 as early as March 2019. Investigators from News Article

Health Authorities in Spain Detect Covid-19 Traces in Barcelona’s Residual Waste as Early as March 2019 - Euro Weekly News Spain Spain News Article

The burning question is how novel viruses acquire the ability to recognize, bind to and enter human cells for the first time – whether this is dependent only on viral proteins recognizing host cell proteins, or adaptations in other viral processes that allow replication in a human host.The burning question is how novel viruses acquire the ability to recognize, bind to and enter human cells for the first time – whether this is dependent only on viral proteins recognizing host cell proteins, or adaptations in other viral processes that allow replication in a human host.

SARS-CoV-2 has been evolving for at least 7 years

While most microbes are restricted in terms of the species they are able to affect or infect, the SARS-CoV-2 virus, just like its close cousins SARS and MERS coronaviruses, has crossed over to humans.While most microbes are restricted in terms of the species they are able to affect or infect, the SARS-CoV-2 virus, just like its close cousins SARS and MERS coronaviruses, has crossed over to humans.

This study counts on the participation of the researchers of the Group on Enteric Virus of the UB Gemma Chavarria Miró, Eduard Anfruns Estrada and Susana...This study counts on the participation of the researchers of the Group on Enteric Virus of the UB Gemma Chavarria Miró, Eduard Anfruns Estrada and Susana...

SARS-CoV-2 detected in waste waters in Barcelona on March 12, 2019 | Mirage News

If confirmed, this would imply Covid-19 may have appeared much earlier than the scientific community thought.If confirmed, this would imply Covid-19 may have appeared much earlier than the scientific community thought.

Coronavirus traces found in March 2019 sewage sample, Spanish study shows - News | Khaleej Times

Study suggests coronavirus emerged much earlier than thought. Some are scepticalIn a study that has not yet been published in a journal, scientists have reported that the new coronavirus was present in wastewater in Barcelona, Spain, in March 2019 — a finding that, if confirmed, would show that the pathogen had emerged much earlier than previously thought.

Study suggests coronavirus emerged much earlier than thought. Some are sceptical - bdnews24.com

In a study that has not yet been published in a journal, scientists have reported that the new coronavirus was present in wastewater in Barcelona, Spain, in March 2019 — a finding that, if confirmed, would show that the pathogen had emerged much earlier than previously thought.

Study suggests coronavirus emerged much earlier than thought. Some are sceptical

That's nine months before it was identified in China. That's nine months before it was identified in China.

Coronavirus: Traces of SARS-CoV-2 found in Spanish wastewater from March 2019 | Newshub

Scientists say coronavirus traces have been found in Spanish wastewater samples collected on March 12, 2019...

Coronavirus 'found' in sewage from March 2019 in Spain

Scientists not involved in the study seriously doubt the findings, which challenge the current consensus on where and when the virus originated.Scientists not involved in the study seriously doubt the findings, which challenge the current consensus on where and when the virus originated.

Spanish virologists have found traces of the novel coronavirus in a sample of Barcelona waste water collected in March 2019, nine months before the COVID-19 d...Spanish virologists have found traces of the novel coronavirus in a sample of Barcelona waste water collected in March 2019, nine months before the COVID-19 d...

Virus 'found' in March 2019 Spain sewage | Moree Champion | Moree, NSW

Spain's top researchers discover coronavirus in waste water collected on March 12, 2019 - Xinhua | English.news.cn

The novel coronavirus has been detected in Spanish waste water samples collected in the city of Barc

Spain's top researchers discover coronavirus in waste water collected on March 12, 2019 - SHINE News

Scientists are only starting to grasp the vast array of health problems caused by the novel coronavirus, some of which may have lingering effects on patients and health systems for years to come, according to doctors and infectious disease experts.Scientists are only starting to grasp the vast array of health problems caused by the novel coronavirus, some of which may have lingering effects on patients and health systems for years to come, according to doctors and infectious disease experts.

Scientists just beginning to understand the many health problems caused by COVID-19 - Reuters

Coronavirus in Spain -- in March 2019? – HotAir