Interpretations of the COVID-19 study from Wuhan

The largest epidemiological study so far to the COVID-19 epidemic came out on February 18, published by the CCDC weekly by authors from Wuhan, Hubei, China.

Here is my summary; impressions are my own. The reason for me to write about this, is because I want to grasp the risks of living in Shanghai today- maybe the reader will find clues that, at this point in time, with a relatively young and healthy family, my concerns are limited. My interest is also professional in nature. Setting up a company in the domain of sustainable antibiotics, I fear that the loss of antibiotic production in China, due to the 2019-nCoV virus outbreak, will backfire terms of sustainable treatment options globally.

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