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How the Corona Virus Changed the World

Every year people around the world partake in Memorial Day celebrations. This day is dedicated to honoring those who have died in the service of their country. It is a day of picnics, barbecues, and most importantly, fireworks. “The Year 2020” is the setting for this article’s intro; however, there are exceptions. Some people might not be able to celebrate on that date because they will die that year. The Coronavirus caused one such death- no one knew that they would

How the Corona Virus Changed the World

The Corona Virus was created in 1978 by scientists at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Corona Research Station in Mexico when they released it into the wild. As a result of this release, the virus quickly spread across North America, killing millions of bats and birds in its wake.

How to Spread the Corona Virus

Coronavirus is a new computer virus that has spread so quickly because its creator, an IBM engineer named Michael Schwarz, purposefully designed it to be an easy-to-spread malware. The virus is so difficult to get rid of because the program automatically downloads itself on every PC it infects.

The Outcome of the Corona Virus

The Corona Virus was a computer virus that first appeared in 2000. Its name comes from the French “corona” which means crown. It was a type of computer worm that spread through networks of infected computers and wreaked havoc on those computers, as well as those they contacted. The virus was said to be the reason for the fall of the dot-com bubble in 2001.

The Coronavirus is a virus that was discovered in the 1970s and has affected many different species of animals and plants. It causes lesions on leaves and stems, causing some plants to not produce normal flowers. There is no cure for the disease and some countries have banned some types of flowers that had been infected with it. One of the most important consequences of this virus is that it’s caused a tremendous amount of plant death worldwide, with 80 percent of all flower production from the United States being killed by Corona. This has created a need for alternative flowers, which resulted in new varieties such as roses, lilies, tulips, daisies, and sunflowers.

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