Searches for the Mexican beer brand came across Google this week, along with the search terms "corona beer virus" and "beer virus". As the CDC points out, a number of different viruses fall into the coronavirus category.
File this under "things that really shouldn't need to be said, but apparently do": The coronavirus scare now spreading around the world, also known as nCoV, has nothing to do with the world's most popular, mass-produced brand of Mexican lager. But that's not stopping people from searching Google to apparently try to double check. For the term "corona beer virus", it peaked at a value of 81, so searches for that term hit the top of the spike on January 25, but the term was searched a little less often.
The deadly coronavirus is confusing Australians, Google search data has shown.
A key difference between more-common coronaviruses and the one spreading now is that the Wuhan, China-linked coronavirus jumped from animals to humans.
There is no connection between the beer and the virus. Searches for the term "beer virus" were highest in the countries of Serbia, Austria and Ireland, Google reported.
This article is not sponsored by any beer company. Well, first of all, Cheerios is not a foolproof plan on heart health and beer is not medicine, despite what approximately 2.7 million county songs say.
Medical staff members carry a patient into the Jinyintan hospital Wuhan
China has been grappling with an outbreak of coronavirus in the Buhei province, especially in the city of Wuhan.
According to the Associated Press, Ayds sales were down 50 percent by 1988.
The plane was chartered to carry out diplomats from the U.S. Consulate in Wuhan.
AIR correspondent reports that even though China and countries worldwide have launched extraordinary measures, the Declaration of an global emergency will undoubtedly sharpen various governments' focus on protecting citizens.
All of the passengers had also been through two health screenings before leaving China and were screened two additional times by the CDC as they transited through their first US stop in Anchorage, Alaska.