Koronavirut 2019

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Zwan Koronavirut 2019 (ZKOVIT-19) (Shong: Coronavirus disease 2019, COVID-19) yet zwan ja nang á̱ maai ta̱bat ma̱ a̱hyohyoot a̱ni nang A̱lama Nzwan Koronavirut a̱ Hyaat Gi̱gi̱k Kwak Swuan 2 (A̱NKoV-a̱HyaGKwaS-2 ku SARS-CoV-2) wa kwak nji bai. Á̱ ku tsa nfi̱k zwan jini ma̱ a̱keang Wuhan kya, ma̱ a̱byin Caina, mi̱ Zwat Swak ma̱ng Sweang 2019.[1] Neet di̱n jen a̱ja, zwan ji si̱ ka nta̱bat yai mi̱ swanta hu a̱mgba̱m, ji̱ si̱ khwat a̱gba̱nyiuk a̱ kai a̱mgba̱m swanta hu a̱ shyia̱ di̱ naat a̱ mbwuot a̱ni mi̱ di̱ yong huni.[2]

ZKOVIT-19
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Vak ta̱bat ma̱ng sa̱khat nswuan A̱NKoV-a̱HyaGKwaS-2 ku kwak ZKOVIT-19 bai a̱ni.

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  1. Page J, Hinshaw D, McKay B (26 Zwat Sweang 2021). "In Hunt for Covid-19 Origin, Patient Zero Points to Second Wuhan Market – The man with the first confirmed infection of the new coronavirus told the WHO team that his parents had shopped there" (di̱n Shong). The Wall Street Journal.
  2. Zimmer C (26 Zwat Sweang 2021). "The Secret Life of a Coronavirus – An oily, 100-nanometer-wide bubble of genes has killed more than two million people and reshaped the world. Scientists don't quite know what to make of it." (di̱n Shong).