Covid 19 storyboard By Arianna Zepeda
Updated: 1/19/2021
Covid 19 storyboard By Arianna Zepeda

Storyboard Text

  • What causes Covid and how it spreads?
  • What causes Covid 19 and how it spreads?
  • Can I ask you a question?
  • Covid 19 is a disease caused by SARS-Cov-2 which spreads between people who are in close contact.
  • Sure
  • How the virus is detected in a person, what the tests look for?
  • What does the Covid test look for?
  • There are two tests. One looks for pieces of the RNA genome the other looks for pieces of viral proteins.
  • How does the virus replicate?
  • How does the virus replicate?
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  • Covid replicates its genetic RNA to produce copies that are combined into new particles.
  • What are antibodies?
  • What are antibodies?
  • Antibodies are proteins that are produced by the immune system in response to an infection.
  • How it changes over time and how that might affect how infectious it is?
  • The virus that causes Covid 19 can mutate over time this mutation can be more harmful and infectious to its host.
  • Can you explain how Covid can change slightly over time and how that might affect how infectious it is?
  • What happens inside your cells and body once the vaccine reaches the cell. And how the body responds to the vaccine to create immunity?
  • When the vaccine reaches the cell, the vaccine particles bump into cells and fuse to them, releasing RNA. The cell's molecules read its sequence and build spike proteins. The RNA from the vaccine is eventually destroyed by the cell.
  • What happens inside your cells and body once the vaccine reaches the cell. And how the body responds to the vaccine to create immunity?