SARASOTA – A biochemist breaks down the coronavirus particle.

A New College of Florida Professor explains how the coronavirus has a protein-protein interaction in our lungs.
Dr.Katherine  Walstrom says the virus attaches itself to the protein, killing the cell, and spreading more viruses.
She says a paper in science shows just how tightly the coronavirus binds to the proteins in our lungs.
“The authors hypothesize that might be one reason why it spread so well,” Dr. Walstrom said. “So the idea is if you breathe in the virus, it can easily bind to that protein and easily get into your cells.”
So, it’s important to listen to the CDC recommendations.