No one has seen how coronavirus looks but Indian Scientists have observed the movement of the SARS-CoV-2 virus or COVID-19 via microscope.
Scientists have revealed the image of the deadly virus which has killed over 27,000 people across the world.
The image was taken from the throat swab sample of the first laboratory-confirmed coronavirus positive tested patient in India, reported on January 30 in Kerala.
The image of the virus found in the throat swab culture has been published in the latest edition of the Indian Journal of Medical Research (IJMR).
In a first, Indian scientists have revealed a microscopy image of SARS-CoV-2 virus (COVID19). Scientists took the throat swab sample from first laboratory-confirmed COVID19 case in India, reported on Jan 30 in Kerala. The findings are published in the latest edition of the IJMR. pic.twitter.com/1JQcf4VS8y— ANI (@ANI) March 27, 2020
The novel coronavirus, which was originated from China last year, has caused a pandemic across the world.
So far, the deadly virus has killed 27,370 people and infected 597,458 people across the world.
While in India, over 800 positive cases for coronavirus have been reported and 20 deaths have reported so far.