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The coronavirus isn't mutating quickly, suggesting a vaccine would offer lasting protection

By The Washington Post  
   March 24, 2020

The coronavirus is not mutating significantly as it circulates through the human population, according to scientists who are closely studying the novel pathogen’s genetic code. That relative stability suggests the virus is less likely to become more or less dangerous as it spreads, and represents encouraging news for researchers hoping to create a long-lasting vaccine.

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