As the CDC has continued to closely monitor an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus, dubbed 2019-nCoV,(www.cdc.gov) that was initially detected in Wuhan, China, the first case hit U.S. shores Jan. 21, when a patient in Washington state tested positive for the virus.
With well more than 800 cases(www.nytimes.com) of 2019-nCoV now identified worldwide, and more information about the outbreak coming in daily — sometimes hourly — from the CDC, World Health Organization and local/state health departments, you can count on the AAFP to bring you the very latest updates on this rapidly evolving public health threat.
Confirmed and Suspected U.S. Cases
According to a Jan. 21 CDC press release,(www.cdc.gov) the Washington resident had recently returned from Wuhan, arriving at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Jan. 15, before U.S. health officials began conducting health screenings at major U.S. airports. The pneumonia outbreak caused by the novel coronavirus has been ongoing in Asia since December 2019.
Another suspected case popped up Jan. 23, when the Brazos County Health District announced
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