Outbreak of Coronavirus in China

The dangerous outbreak of coronavirus that was initiated in Wuhan is rapidly changing. Across China, the deadly coronavirus is spreading and is also perceived as a respiratory infection that is closely related to MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) and SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome). Numerous cases have been reported in a lot of countries besides China, involving the United States. Due to this rapid increase in the number of cases, flights to China are reduced or stopped by some airlines, involving United Airlines and British Airways.

According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), more than 132 deaths and 6,000 cases have been reported globally. While the majority of the cases have been reported from China, it has been found in a lot of different countries, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Germany, Cambodia, Nepal, Vietnam, Canada, France, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Macau, Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Thailand. However, no deaths have been reported outside China.

National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases

The National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases is investigating 165 persons suffering from coronavirus from thirty-six states. However, 68 of them turned out to be negative, and only five turned out to be positive. The testing has been prioritized based on the risks being carried out by these individuals under investigation. Moreover, on a public server, the diagnostic tests of these individuals have been posted on public servers so that the test kits can reach out to other suffering states.

Currently, for the new coronavirus, all of the testings are taking place are taking place at the headquarters of the CDC. CDC is hunting out for a change for the infection through this travel screening. According to the European CDC, 5994 confirmed cases have been reported in China. Whereas, outside of China, 79 cases have been confirmed in 16 countries. Some of the most confirmed cases have been reported from South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand.

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