While coronavirus is no longer the public health threat it was a couple of years ago scientists are already concerned with what the next global pandemic could be.
There are nine pathogens being closely monitored by the World Health Organization (WHO) which pose the most “urgent” threat to humanity.
Research is being carried out on each and everyone of them as a ‘priority’ in order to find tests, treatments and vaccines.
The list, published on the WHO website, is “not an exhaustive list” the organisation states.
It also says it does not “indicate…