CDC confirms 5 new cases of coronavirus, 2nd case of P2P spread

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The state, however, says in a news release that it is still preparing in the event that the virus, which is the source of an outbreak in China, eventually touches the Keystone State.

The number of influenza positive laboratory tests in MA increased in late January, and the most recent data from the state's Department of Public Health reflects a national trend in the predominance of the influenza B virus.

Currently, only a handful of states in the USA have reported Coronavirus cases. Most symptoms go away on their own.

There's no anti-Wuhan vaccine yet, and, says Anthony Fauci M.D., Director of the National Institutes of Health's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, "There is no proven therapy for coronavirus infection".

The CDC estimates there have been 25,000 flu-related deaths across the US this season.

There's still a lot about the virus health officials don't know, however, many doctors agree that Americans should be more concerned about the flu, at least right now.

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There haven't been any confirmed cases of coronavirus in Wisconsin yet.

Wiles said that people should use sanitiser, wash their hands frequently, try not to touch their faces and avoid people who they think may have the virus. States from the Southwest to Southeast continue to be ravaged by the flu.

Coronavirus typically starts with a fever or cough and some people experience difficulty breathing. The percentage of emergency department visits with patients exhibiting constitutional symptoms are above baseline levels statewide; fever and ILI specified ED visits are also above baseline levels, according to the Ohio Department of Health.

Levine and another Gov. Tom Wolf administration official further said Asian Americans and people from the Pacific islands pose no greater threat of spreading the virus than anyone else.

The CDC recommends that anyone who is six months or older receives an annual flu shot.

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