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Could a chewing gum really reduce the spread of COVID-19? Maybe -- but here's what we need to know first

By Grace C Roberts, Research Fellow in Virology, University of Leeds
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US researchers have designed a special chewing gum to target SARS-CoV-2. But at this stage, it’s only been tested in a lab – not on real people.The Conversation

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