Study suggests a coronavirus mutation may make it more contagious

A new study suggests that a now-dominant strain of the coronavirus, which spread from China to Europe and then to the U.S., may be even more contagious than the original. Dr. Rob Elfenbien joined CBSN to discuss the findings and give us insight into a new mysterious condition affecting some COVID-19 patients.

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