Virtual Reality Look at Lungs Infected with Coronavirus

As doctors and experts still try to understand the COVID-19 coronavirus, George Washington University Hospital has created a virtual reality image of what a lung looks like when affected by the virus. Dr. Keith Mortman, of the GWU Hospital, said that this image proves the necessity of social distancing and self quarantining.

Dr. Mortman went on to say, “Hopefully the public can see these images and understand why this is so serious, and how this virus really is not discriminating amongst various people and it’s really starting to affect people of all ages.”

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