Graph describing how COVID spreads
This graph was used in Professor Peter Angeletti's lecture to describe the transmission of all viruses between humans and animals.

The 2021 University of Nebraska-Lincoln four-part Winter Lecture Series on pandemics old and new continued on Feb. 28 with the third presentation in the series. In “Zoonosis of SARS-CoV,” Prof. Peter Angeletti discussed the nature of viruses and transmission between animals and humans. Angeletti, associate professor in the Nebraska Center for Virology in the School of Biological Sciences, also spoke about the confusion between COVID-19 and the flu.

“Zoonosis of SARS-CoV” was part three of a four-part series about pandemics old and new. The Winter Lecture Series ended on March 7 with a presentation on Racial Disparities in COVID-19.

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