A virus is an absolutely tiny particle that is only capable or replicating within other cells. They are too small to be seen under a microscope. When a virus enters a cell, it hijacks the mechanisms that the cell usually uses. Instead of making things for the cell, it starts also making lots of little viruses which get released into the blood infecting more cells.

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