The coronavirus is a family of viruses that were first described in an article in the journal Nature in 1968. These viruses owe their name to the way the viral particles look when observed under the microscope.
The virus has a halo around it that resembles the corona of stars, such as the sun and stars, when they are observed. Therefore, its name is due to the similarity with the solar crown and has nothing to do with the crowns that kings carry on their heads.
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By Laura Parra Villar B.Sc., M.Sc. (embryologin), Pascual Sánchez Martín M.D., M.Sc. (gynecologist) and Romina Packan (invitra staff).
Last Update: 03/17/2020