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Doctors in Illinois are attempting to establish a connection between a respiratory ailment that has sickened hundred of school-age children in the state and a virus called Enterovirus 68 that has sent more than 300 children to the hospital in Missouri.According to Reuters, hospitals in Illinois have placed age restrictions on visitors in an attempt to keep the highly infectious virus from passing from child to child.In late August, hospitals in St. Louis and Kansas City reported a sharp increase in children with the kind of wheezing and coughing normally associated with asthma, high fevers, mouth blisters, skin rashes and body aches.Symptoms come on, said WQAD, like a common cold, but Enterovirus 68 — also known as HEV 68 — but progresses into more severe symptoms. One hospital in Quincy, Illinois, saw more than 70 children come in with symptoms of the virus over Labor Day weekend.http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/09/06/f ... -virus/?34 Orly better start worrying about American children from the midwest moving to southern California. ;)
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CNN CDC official: Virus hitting Midwest could be 'tip of iceberg' ... The unusually high number of hospitalizations reported now could be "just the tip of the iceberg in terms of severe cases," said Mark Pallansch, a virologist and director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Division of Viral Diseases. ... Ten states have contacted the CDC for assistance in investigating clusters of enterovirus -- Colorado, North Carolina, Georgia, Ohio, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Kentucky. ... Denver also is seeing a spike in respiratory illnesses resembling the virus, and hospitals have sent specimens for testing to confirm whether it's the same virus, CNN affiliate KUSA said. More than 900 children have gone to Children's Hospital Colorado emergency and urgent care locations since August 18 for treatment of severe respiratory illnesses, including enterovirus and viral infections, hospital spokeswoman Melissa Vizcarra told CNN. Of those, 86 have been sick enough to be admitted to the Aurora facility.
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It's also the beginning of RSV season. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-cond ... n-20022497
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China Identifies New Virus Causing Pneumonialike Illness
The new coronavirus doesn’t appear to be readily spread by humans, but researchers caution that more study is needed.


https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/08/heal ... virus.html
Chinese researchers say they have identified a new virus behind an illness that has infected dozens of people across Asia, setting off fears in a region that was struck by a deadly epidemic 17 years ago.

There is no evidence that the new virus is readily spread by humans, which would make it particularly dangerous, and it has not been tied to any deaths. But health officials in China and elsewhere are watching it carefully to ensure that the outbreak does not develop into something more severe.

Researchers in China have “initially identified” the new virus, a coronavirus, as the pathogen behind a mysterious, pneumonialike illness that has sickened 59 people in the city of Wuhan and caused a panic in the central Chinese region, the state broadcaster, China Central Television, said on Thursday. They detected this virus in 15 of the people who fell ill, the report said.

The new coronavirus “is different from previous human coronaviruses that were previously discovered, and more scientific research is needed for further understanding,” the report said.
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JUST IN: The new coronavirus that has infected more than 200 people in China has been transmitted between humans, according to Chinese health authorities.
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Note w/o link: some tourists have already carried this critter outside of China. Eg a Brit in hospital in Thailand, i believe also some in Japan.
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The World Health Organization called a meeting to consider declaring an international health emergency on the coronavirus outbreak that began in China’s central city of Wuhan https://reut.rs/2TTCit5
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Breaking News: The first U.S. case of the Wuhan coronavirus has been confirmed in Washington State, federal officials said. The virus has spread from China to at least 4 other countries.
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From CNN -

China is trying to stop the spread of a deadly new virus at the worst possible time of year
No health authority has ever tackled the challenge currently faced by China, however, as the country grapples with a new coronavirus just as hundreds of millions prepare to travel during the Lunar New Year period -- the largest annual human migration on Earth.

During the Lunar holiday, people from across the country will cram themselves into homebound trains, buses and planes for family reunions. Others will take advantage of the time off to holiday overseas. Last year, close to 7 million Chinese tourists traveled abroad for Lunar New Year, according to state media.

The holiday -- the most important in the Chinese calendar -- comes at the worst possible time for health authorities racing to contain the outbreak which has put the rest of Asia on alert.
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Travelers At JFK Screened For Deadly Coronavirus

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Health chiefs in New York City have started screening arrivals at JFK airport for the deadly new virus 2019 Novel Caronavirus as the first U.S. case of it was recorded in Washington state.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention started screening arrivals to the airport from Wuhan in China.

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"At this time, the actual risk to New Yorkers is low, but our level of preparedness is high and we are monitoring the situation daily to determine if our plans to protect New Yorkers need to be adjusted accordingly."
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Shutting down outbound transportation of a provincial capital city is unprecedented in China since 1949. Didn't do so even during SARS in 2003. This is a forced step since virus is expanding fiercely. It will greatly increase the chance of epidemic being contained.
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BREAKING: No one will be allowed to leave China's Wuhan, which has a population of 11 million, from 10 a.m. on Thursday - state media
Wuhan is a densely populated city. They are going to have to allow shipments of food in and the shippers to leave again.

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Passenger arrives at LAX with possible coronavirus symptoms
A passenger who landed at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday night was hospitalized for a precautionary medical evaluation amid increased concerns over coronavirus.
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Panic in Wuhan as China bars 11m residents from leaving
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Panic in Wuhan as China bars 11m residents from leaving
Supermarket shelves are bare and the sense of panic is palpable in Wuhan after the Chinese city of 11 million people was put on lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Public transport out of the city has been suspended in response to the outbreak, which has now killed 17 people and infected almost 600 in China and spread to three other Asian countries and the US. However, the World Health Organization has so far refrained from declaring it a public health emergency of international concern.

US case. Doctors have been using a robot to treat the first person diagnosed with the disease in the US, a man in his 30s who recently returned from China and who is said to be in “satisfactory condition” at a hospital in Everett, Washington.

‘Warm meat’. A market where animals are freshly slaughtered rather than chilled has been identified as the source of the virus. Experts say the Chinese appetite for so-called “warm meat” has long hampered efforts to prevent such disease outbreaks.
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The outbreaks of both the Wuhan coronavirus and SARS started in Chinese wet markets. Photos show what the markets look like.
Thu 23 Jan 2020 | https://www.businessinsider.com/wuhan-c ... tos-2020-1
The coronavirus spreading in China and the SARS outbreak of 2003 have two things in common: Both are from the coronavirus family, and both started in wet markets.

At such markets, outdoor stalls are squeezed together to form narrow lanes, where locals and visitors shop for cuts of meat and ripe produce. A stall selling hundreds of caged chickens may abut a butcher counter, where uncooked meat is chopped as nearby dogs watch hungrily. Vendors hock skinned hares, while seafood stalls display glistening fish and shrimp.

Wet markets put people and live and dead animals — dogs, chickens, pigs, snakes, civets, and more — in constant close contact. That makes it easy for a virus to jump from animal to human.

On Wednesday, authorities in Wuhan, China — where the current outbreak started — banned the trade of live animals at wet markets. The specific market where the outbreak is believed to have begun, the Huanan Seafood Market, was shuttered on January 1. The coronavirus that emerged there has so far killed 17 people and infected nearly 640.

"Poorly regulated, live animal markets mixed with illegal wildlife trade offer a unique opportunity for viruses to spillover from wildlife hosts into the human population," the Wildlife Conservation Society said in a statement.
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Ron Klein, who was Obama's Ebola czar, penned an excellent op-ed piece at WAPO:
With one confirmed case on U.S. soil, more likely already here and 8,000 visitors from China arriving every day, it is already too late to avoid multiple cases of the dangerous new coronavirus in the United States. We are past the “if” question and squarely facing the “how bad will it be” phase of the response.

Thus, President Trump failed his first test in dealing with the virus, by brashly asserting that the U.S. government has the coronavirus “completely under control.” While there is no reason to panic, we simply do not know, with China’s seventh-largest city under a lockdown, how serious it will become.


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But if these are reasons to avoid the kind of fear that spread in our country during the “Ebola Autumn” of 2014, there are reasons for great concern as well. Some gaps in our disease response system were patched at that time, but serious holes remain and new ones have emerged. Policymakers need to move immediately to address four particular issues in light of the new infectious virus.

First, there needs to be leadership in the White House. President Barack Obama followed his designation of an “Ebola response coordinator” in October 2014 with a permanent office on pandemic preparedness and response in 2015. While Trump maintained this structure into 2018, John Bolton abolished it when he took over as national security adviser. With threats such as the new coronavirus requiring an “all of government” response — domestic and foreign; health and security agencies; federal, state and local authorities — someone needs to be in charge at the highest level of our government. Additionally, critical organizing structures throughout the executive branch that have been weakened in recent years — including the Public Health Emergency Medical Countermeasures Enterprise — need to be reinvigorated and empowered.
Much more at the link. This scares me to death. I am watching a documentary on pandemics on Netflix. No confidence that this hapless administration will do anything right. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions ... story.html
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Snakes could be the original source of the new coronavirus outbreak in China
January 22, 2020 | https://theconversation.com/snakes-coul ... ina-130364
Snakes – the Chinese krait and the Chinese cobra – may be the original source of the newly discovered coronavirus that has triggered an outbreak of a deadly infectious respiratory illness in China this winter.

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In the case of this 2019 coronavirus outbreak, reports state that most of the first group of patients hospitalized were workers or customers at a local seafood wholesale market which also sold processed meats and live consumable animals including poultry, donkeys, sheep, pigs, camels, foxes, badgers, bamboo rats, hedgehogs and reptiles. However, since no one has ever reported finding a coronavirus infecting aquatic animals, it is plausible that the coronavirus may have originated from other animals sold in that market.

The hypothesis that the 2019-nCoV jumped from an animal at the market is strongly supported by a new publication in the Journal of Medical Virology. The scientists conducted an analysis and compared the genetic sequences of 2019-nCoV and all other known coronaviruses.

The study of the genetic code of 2019-nCoV reveals that the new virus is most closely related to two bat SARS-like coronavirus samples from China, initially suggesting that, like SARS and MERS, the bat might also be the origin of 2019-nCoV. The authors further found that the viral RNA coding sequence of 2019-nCoV spike protein, which forms the “crown” of the virus particle that recognizes the receptor on a host cell, indicates that the bat virus might have mutated before infecting people.

But when the researchers performed a more detailed bioinformatics analysis of the sequence of 2019-nCoV, it suggests that this coronavirus might come from snakes.

Read more at https://theconversation.com/snakes-coul ... ina-130364
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Now 7 million more people under lockdown for 18 million total. That's equal to the population of New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston and Phoenix combined.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-chin ... SKBN1ZM087
Most transport in Wuhan, a city of 11 million people, was suspended on Thursday and people were told not to leave. Hours later, neighboring Huanggang, a city of about 7 million people, announced a similar lockdown.
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Coronavirus Live Updates: China Suspends Travel From More Cities, First Death Outside Epicenter Reported

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By evening, officials planned to close off Huanggang, a city of seven million about 30 miles east of Wuhan, shut rail stations in the nearby city of Ezhou, which has about one million residents, and impose travel restrictions on the smaller cities of Chibi and Zhijiang as well.

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Separately, the provincial authorities in Hubei announced late Thursday some restrictions for the entire province, not just specific cities such as Wuhan. Travel agencies are prohibited from taking customers and organizing tours, for example, and business trips are being suspended.

:snippity:

Roughly 30,000 people fly out of Wuhan on an average day, according to air traffic data. Many more leave using ground transportation like trains and cars. The city is the hub of industry and commerce in central China, home to the region’s biggest airport and deepwater port.
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Wuhan’s Virus and Quarantine Will Hit the Poor Hardest
China’s migrant workers are far less visible to the state than its middle class.


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The relative invisibility and perceived lack of importance of the poor may be one reason why the official number of cases—as of writing, more than 500—differs widely from the estimates produced by foreign modeling of 1,700 or more. The system may simply have not been able to find patients, rather than covering up their existence. (Some mixture of the two is most likely.)

The sudden rush of attention last weekend may go some way to fixing this, with free—or mandatory—diagnosis throughout the city and other key transport hubs. But these resources are likely to be concentrated in the urban core—and are already badly overstretched, with reports of packed corridors and dangerously exhausted medical personnel. In the aftermath of past natural disasters, such as the Sichuan and Tangshan earthquakes, the state also tends to neglect the countryside in favor of the cities, leaving rural people to fend for themselves. Within Wuhan itself, residents are highly reliant on public transportation, including bus, subway lines, and ferries, which have now been shut down. Lower-income nurses, junior-level doctors, and hospital personnel may find it harder to travel to necessary job shifts.

The poor may be less visible for diagnosis and treatment, but they’re more visible for repression. As the quarantine tightens around Wuhan, meanwhile, the poor are also far more likely to be the victims of brutality by the authorities. Disaster often brings with it elite panic, singling out the poor or outsider groups. After the Tangshan earthquake in 1976, urban militias beat to death or shot country dwellers coming into the city seeking aid, claiming they were looters. If fear—among the armed men who will have to enforce the quarantine or among the population trapped inside—spreads, these kinds of deadly confrontations may emerge, especially as supplies for treatment and ongoing day-to-day activities within a sealed-off Wuhan dwindle. Disinformation has also emerged as both imposing risks and slower public response and as a vector for law enforcement crackdowns on “rumormongers.” As with other cases of Chinese law enforcement, the line between spreading fake information and criticism of the government remains blurred.

While the quarantine may help halt the spread of the virus, working-class Chinese—especially migrants—least visible to the system are already beyond the reach of even the most ideal public health campaign. The Lunar New Year vacation may begin Friday, but migrant workers often begin their travels far earlier than white-collar workers—not least because they have longer and tougher journeys. Finding them—and helping them—will be a huge challenge but an essential one.
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May be getting close to us. :?

Brazos County investigating first suspected case of coronavirus in Texas

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Brazos County’s health department is investigating a suspected case of the the mystery pneumonia-like virus that has claimed 18 lives in China and was confirmed in the U.S. for the first time earlier this week.

The department said in a tweet that the patient had traveled from Wuhan, China, the district where the so-called 2019 novel coronavirus originated.

The case would be the first for the state of Texas. Roughly 90 miles outside of Houston, Brazos County is home to the cities of Bryan and Collegge Station, where Texas A&M University is located.

Another departmental tweet said health-care providers in the area were aware of public health guidance about the virus and quickly recognized the patient met the criteria for testing. The patient is being kept isolated at home.
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https://www.cnn.com/2020/01/23/health/u ... index.html
The first person diagnosed with the Wuhan coronavirus in the United States is being treated by a few medical workers and a robot.

The robot, equipped with a stethoscope, is helping doctors take the man's vitals and communicate with him through a large screen, said Dr. George Diaz, chief of the infectious disease division at the Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, Washington.

The man, who is in his 30s, was diagnosed with the virus on Monday. He initially went to an urgent care clinic on January 19 and told the staff that he was concerned about possibly having symptoms of the novel coronavirus because he recently traveled to Wuhan, China, Diaz said.
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Live Updates
Live updates: CDC confirms a second U.S. patient has tested positive for coronavirus, and 50 people are under investigation in 22 states

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He means he has nothing to worry about.
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China restricts 16 cities pop. 46mln!

Wuhan: 11mln
Huanggang: 7.5mln
Xiangyang: 6.1mln
Yichang: 4.2mln
Jingmen: 3mln
Xianning: 2.8mln
Huangshi: 2.5mln
Suizhou: 2.2mln
Xiantao: 1.6mln
Ezhou: 1mln
Qianjiang: 962k
Enshi: 780k
Xiaogan: 780k
Zhijiang: 550k
Dangyang: 560k
Chibi: 530k
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