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Coronavirus
Updated: 3/26/2020
Coronavirus
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  • In December of 2019, doctors in China identified a coronavirus that has begun to spread to humans.
  • The virus is thought to have originated in a meat market in Wuhan, where it spread from live animals to humans.
  • Over 50 people have died from the virus, all in mainland China, and there are more than 2,000 cases in China.
  • Because so many are traveling for the Lunar New Year, people are now being screened for the virus at Chinese airports.
  • The city of Wuhan is now under partial quarantine.
  • As of Jan. 26, there are over 40 cases in 13 countries outside of China.
  • Symptoms include fever, fatigue, cough, and myalgia. Ultimately, the virus can cause pneumonia.
  • Symptoms can take up to about 14 days to manifest, making this a sinister virus.
  • Because little is known about it, the virus has caused wide-spread panic.
  • Scientists and doctors are still trying to learn more about the virus, while governments around the world take precautions.
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