Chicago Woman Diagnosed with China’s Coronavirus

Breitbart- A Chicago woman who traveled to Wuhan, China, in December has been diagnosed with the deadly coronavirus, making her the second case in the United States, officials announced Friday. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said is it monitoring 63 people across 22 states for possible signs of the killer virus.

“CDC believes the immediate risk to the U.S. public is low at this time, but the situation is evolving rapidly,” Dr. Nancy Messonnier, the director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said in a conference call with reporters.

“We have our best people working on this problem,” Messonnier added.

The federal public health agency confirmed the U.S.’s first case on Tuesday — an unidentified man who was hospitalized and quarantined near Seattle after returning from Wuhan. read more

15 Comments on Chicago Woman Diagnosed with China’s Coronavirus

  1. “We have our best people working on this problem,” Messonnier added.

    That’s a worry!

    We’re 24 days after December and her symptoms just showed?

  2. Mortality around 3%, apparently. Transmissibility: moderate.

    But, go to China, you could die when you get home. Not a good trade deal.

    Don’t go to China. Nixon was mistaken.

  3. There’s also one in Texas and Tenn. The count goes up hourly, it bears watching.

    BTW, what about all the others on the airplanes while these people are onboard and shedding virus?

  4. It’s less deadly than a broccoli fart, and total bullshit distraction. The Chinese invented fake news. Where do you think CNN learned it from?

  5. Where were all the media outlets’ outrage and worry over spreading of diseases when they were/are promoting open borders and letting anyone and everyone through with no vetting? They didn’t seem to care very much when babies were being paralyzed by the new mystery disease coming across the US border from God knows where.

  6. Update: some news sites are reporting the incubation period can be as long as 14 days.

    Gee, that’s nice. Airport screening is therefore useless.

  7. Folks. THIS…is a concern. It was inevitable with the type of quick transportation available today. Two Hundred-plus years ago…not so much.

    These micro-organisms (short-lived, or longer) have, theoretically, come (and gone) in previous transportation eras. But, then, the predominate transport consisted of horses, buggy, foot walk and ships, with symptoms (and deaths) likely misdiagnosed.


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