7 chilling books about virus outbreaks you should take a sniff at


At least we know people aren't going to turn into vampires like in 'The Strain' trilogy. Photo: Handout

With the World Health Organisation declaring the Covid-19 outbreak as a global pandemic, who knows what’s going to happen after this.

With infections on the rise, people are crippled with fear. Travel plans are cancelled, many cities around the world are close to becoming ghost towns and many are living in self-imposed home quarantine.

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