As Chinese officials take unprecedented measures to contain the spread of a new respiratory virus of unknown potency, 21 million people at the epicentre of the outbreak
The assertion by the World Health Organization (WHO) that the respiratory disease Novel Coronavirus is not yet an official Public Health Emergency of International Concern
Though thousands are being screened at airports all across the world in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic in China, airport officials need to be extra vigilant
In neighbouring New South Wales state, health officials said they were treating two cases as "probable infections" although definite results of tests would only be known later on Saturday.
The park said it was taking the step to protect "the health and safety of our guests and cast members" and said refunds would be given. Ocean Park, a rival amusement park on Hong Kong's main island, said it was also closing its doors.
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre said it is "caring for a patient who has a confirmed case of the novel coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China.” Officials said the man is his 50s and recently flew from Wuhan, China to Guangzhou, China and then on to Toronto on Jan. 23.
At a time when there’s global worry over fast-spreading Coronavirus, the UAE deserves praise for taking timely and effective precautions to protect the country from the disease.
China on Monday expanded sweeping efforts to contain a viral disease by extending the Lunar New Year holiday to keep the public at home and avoid spreading infection.
The dreaded coronavirus has spread its malignant tentacles far and wide, and has killed over 50 people so far. Now, four patients in the South Asian country of Pakistan could be infected by it.