The Science Behind COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has swept the globe, yet many people still do not understand how it affects the body. This infographic shows the events that occur following SARS-CoV-2 infection.

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French

Français

Translated by Richard Ying

Romanian

Română

Translated by Andrei Cioban

Indonesian

Bahasa Indonesia

Translated by W. Kurniawan

Simplified Chinese

简体中文

Translated by Hu ChuanZhen

Spanish

Español

Translated by Ronan's School and Luis Hume

Russian

русский

Alexander Golovkov and Dr. Jacob Mirkin

Portuguese

Português (Brasil)

Italian

lo italiano

Translated by Simona Caporali

and Gilberto Genga

German

Deutsch

Translated by Ulrike Eberius

Arabic

عربى

Translated by Michael Refaat

Catalan (Spain)

Català

Translated by Joan-Carles Escolano

Xhosa

isiXhosa

Translated by Patience Zantsi​

Turkish

Türkçe

Translated by Dr. Mustafa Özdoğan

Albaninan

Shqiptar

Translated by Aldi Pupuleku and HEDA

Ukrainian

Українська

Translated by Serhiy Chornoknyzhnyi

Afrikaans

Afrikaans

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