With the number of confirmed cases rising to over 28,000, the outbreak of the Wuhan Coronavirus continues to be a topic of grave concern around the world. In the United States alone, cases have doubled in just one week, going from five to eleven confirmed cases.
The Wuhan Coronavirus discovered first when the World Health Organization (WHO) received several reports of pneumonia resulting from unknown causes. The 2019-nCoV originated in Wuhan China and has since spread to over 23 countries. The number of confirmed cases continues to grow daily, having the most effect on populations in mainland China. Organizations around the world are working together to contain the spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus, but unfortunately, there is no clear end in sight. As the situation evolves, leaders have implemented several measures to minimize the potential spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and WHO continues to monitor the situation closely. Updates on the outbreak of the Wuhan Coronavirus can be read below:
Since the first reported case of the Wuhan Coronavirus, the outbreak has affected 14,557 people, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). While most cases of the Wuhan Coronavirus have affected populations in China, the virus has also affected people globally, including in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that there are 11 confirmed cases in the United States and 121 cases that remain pending, which they are continuing to monitor closely.
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