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- If the (COVID-19) infected (patient) droplets were sneezed at you by a patient and enters your eyes, they will eventually be washed from your eyes to your nose, as both are connected through what is known as a nasolacrimal duct.
- Paul Kellam (2020) cited in "Medical Experts Claim Wuhan Virus May Be Transmitted Through Your Eyes Or By Touch Alone" on World of Buzz, 31 January 2020.
- It (COVID-19) is a close relative to SARS and MERS but not genetically identical.
- Paul Kellam (2020) cited in "Coronavirus: Virologist reveals the science behind fight to find vaccine for global outbreak" on Sky News, 31 January 2020.
- If everything moves smoothly, it takes 3-6 weeks to get to the point where you can start testing (the vaccine to treat COVID-19), then you look to see if they can raise an immune response, normally in an animal. You won't start to get human studies until about the beginning of the summer, probably July (2020). But, it's a bit of a moveable feast.
- Paul Kellam (2020) cited in "Coronavirus v SARS: How similar are the outbreaks?" on Sky News, 4 February 2020.