Wuhan Virus Singapore Timeline : Dates and Affected Areas



The Wuhan Virus is in Singapore.

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Over the Chinese New Year Weekend, the Wuhan Virus claimed its first confirmed case in Singapore.

As of 8 Feb , the number of confirmed cases stands at 40.
Imported Case 21
Local Transmission 19


Singapore Timeline - Wuhan Virus 
(Source: ST/CNA / MOH /MOE /MOF)

DUE to the increase in cases, we decide to provided detailed individual reports instead of a timeline, you can refer to our latest update here. Post will be updated daily

Timeline will cease update as of 10 Feb
Dates
Summary
Affected Areas
Jan 18
Case 5 from Wuhan
Female 56 Wuhan
Stayed at residence in Ceylon Road
Source: CNA
Residence
Case 5
Female 56 Wuhan
Family Home @ Ceylon Road (Jan 18 – 26)
Jan19
Case 6 arrived from Wuhan
Male 56 Wuhan
Stayed at Family Home at Pasir Ris Grove
Admitted to Changi General Hospital

Case 8 & 9 arrived from Wuhan
Female 56 , Male 56 Wuhan
Residence
Case 6
Male 56 Wuhan
Family Home @ Pasir Ris Grove (Jan 19- 26)


Cases 8 & 9
Female 56 , Male 56 Wuhan
Family Home@ Loring Lew Lian , Upper Serangoon
(Jan 19-27)
Jan 20
Temperature Screening at Changi Airport

 Case 1 & 2 arrived from Wuhan.

Male 66 Wuhan & Male 37 Wuhan

Case 10 arrived from Wuhan
Male 56 Wuhan

Arrived with Family
Checked in at Sentosa Shangri La's Rasa Sentosa Resort and Spa. Indicated that he only kept within Hotel Vicinity. Flight Details are not provided.
Source: CNA

Hotel
Cases 1 &2
Male 66 , Male 37 Wuhan
Sentosa Shangri La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort and Spa
(Jan 20-22)


Case 10
Male 56 Wuhan
worked and lived on board a cargo vessel
Jan 21 
Case 3  arrived on Scoot Flight 530am Jan 21.

Female 53 Wuhan
During this period, she stayed at J Hotel and visited Orchard Road, Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay
Source: Straits Times

Case 13  arrived from Wuhan with family
Female 73 Wuhan
Stayed in ParkRoyal Collection Pickering and Iasia Hotel Downtown. Visited Jewel Changi Airport

Case 30, 36,39 Local Transmission
*Grand Hyatt Cluster
Case 30
27 Male SC

Case 36
 38  Female SPR

Case 39
51 Male SC
Hotel
Case 3
Female 53 Wuhan
J8 (Jan 21-22)

Case 13
Female 73 Wuhan
ParkRoyal Collection Pickering
Oasia Hotel Downtown
(Jan21 – Jan 28)


Attractions
Case 3
Female 53 Wuhan
Gardens by the Bay
Orchard Road
Marina Bay

Case 13
Female 73 Wuhan
Jewel Changi Airport

Case 30
Male 37 Singapore Citizen
Far East Square , Junction 8

Residence
Case 30
37 Male Singapore Citizen
Shunfu Road

Case 36
Bukit Batok Street 31

Case 39
Jurong West Central


Jan 22
Male 66 (Case 1) and Male 37 (Case 2) admitted to SGH.

Female 53 (Case 3) sought medical attention at Raffles Hospital. Later taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital and immediately isolated. Currently at National Center for Infectious Diseases.


Case 4 arrived from Wuhan with Family.

Male 36 Wuhan
Stayed in Village Hotel Sentosa, visited Universal Studios and Vivocity
Flight Details not provided
Source: Straits Times

Case 10, Male 56 admitted to NCID

Case 11  arrived from Wuhan
Female 31 Wuhan -Travel Companion with Case 4


Case 12 arrived from Wuhan with Family
Female 37 Wuhan
Stayed at Village Hotel Sentosa, Hotel 81 Princess (21 Lor 12 Geylang), Home Suite View Hotel

Case 16  arrived from Wuhan
No Details on Stay
Admitted to NCID on 31st Jan

Case 18 arrived from Wuhan
31 Female Chinese National
Stayed in Home Suite View Geylang

Super Spreader- Cause of 1st local Transmission
Group of 20 tourists from Guangxi. Infected Cases 19,20,21,24,25,27,28

In Singapore from 22-23 , re-entered on 27th, Departed on 27th

Visited the following locations
Yong Thai Hang
Diamond Industries Jewellery Company
Meeting You Restaurant
Royal Dragon Restaurant
T Gellery by DFS
D’Resort Downtown East

142 contacts traced. All but 1 are well




Hospital
SGH
Case 1 & 2
Male 66, Male 37 Wuhan

Case 3
Female 53 Wuhan
Raffles Hospital
Tan Tock Seng Hospital (Isolated)
National Center for Infectious Disease (NCID) (Isolated)

Case 10
Male 56
NCID

Hotel
Case 4
Male 36 Wuhan
Village Sentosa Hotel

Case 12
Female 37 Wuhan
Village Sentosa Hotel
Hotel 81 Princess
Home Suite View Hotel

Case 18
Female 31 Chinese National
Home Suite View Hotel

Attractions
Case 4
Male 36 Wuhan
Universals Studios
Vivocity

Super Spreader Group
Yong Thai Hang
Diamond Industries Jewellery Company
Meeting You Restaurant
Royal Dragon Restaurant
T Gallery by DFS
D’Resort Downtown East



Residence
16th CC
Nathan Road
Jan 23
Scoot Cancels daily flight to Wuhan from Jan 23- Jan 26

Case 7 arrived from Wuhan
35 Male Wuhan
Stayed in Marina Bay Sands
Flight Details not provided. Possible flight from another area as flights from Wuhan was cancelled

Case4 (Male 36) check in SengKang GH Emergency   Department


Case 19-,20,21, 24 ,25,26,27,31,34,40  Local Transmission
*Yong Thai Hang Cluster
Case 19
28 Female Singapore *Yong Thai Hang Cluster
Case 20
48 Female Singapore *Yong Thai Hang Cluster
Case 21
44 Female Indonesia – works for 19th CC
Case 24
32 Female Tour Guide
Case 25
Husband of Case 24
53 Male Singapore Citizen
Case 26
Husband of Case 19
Case 27
6th Month boy- Child of 19 & 26
Case 34
40 Female SC
Case 40
36 Male SC

*The Life Church and Mission Cluster
Case 31
53 Male SC

Case 33
39 Female SC

Case 38
52 Female SC



Hotel
Case 7
35 Male Wuhan
Marina Bay Sands
(Jan 23-24)

Hospital
SK GH
Case 4

Work
Yong Thai Hang (Cavan Road)
Case 19 & 20

Diamond Industries Jewellery Company (Harbour Drive)
Case 25

Locations
Pasir Panjang Hawker Centre


Residence
Buangkok Green
Case 24 and 25 

Tampines St 24
Case 32

Bedok North St
Case 36

Sin Ming Road
Case 34

Church
The Life Church and Missions Singapore
Case 31


Jan 24
MOH: 3 Confirmed Cases  in Singapore
Case 1
Male 66 Wuhan (Arrived Jan 20)
Case 2
Male 37 Wuhan (Arrived Jan 20)
Case 3
Female 53 Wuhan (Arrived Jan 21)
Source: Straits Times


Case 7 (Male 35 ) Visited Raffles Hospital and subsequently transferred to National Center for Infectious Disease
 Hospital






Case 7
Male 35
Raffles Hospital
National Center for Infectious Disease (Isolated)
Jan 25
MFA : 35 Singaporeans still in Wuhan due to City Lockdown from Jan 22
Source : MFA

20th Case Admitted to NCID
Hospital
NCID
2 Case 20
Female 44
Jan26
MOH: Case 4 Confirmed
Male 36 Wuhan. (Arrived Jan 22)
Arrived with family on 22 Jan. Admitted on 23 Jan at SK Emergency Department. Stayed at Village Sentosa Hotel
Source :  CNA

96 Suspect Cases
46 Negative
4 Positive
42 Pending
4 Unknown Status


Case 5 (Female 56) send to Tan Tock Seng

Case 6(Male 56) went to Changi General Hospital on his own.

Case 15 arrived from Wuhan
31 Male Chinese National – Spore Work Pass Holder
Stayed in Jurong East Street 13
Admitted to NCID on Jan 30
Hospital
Case 5
Female 56
Tan Tock Seng (Isolated)

Case 6
Male 23
Changi General Hospital (Isolated)

Residence
Case 15
Male 31
Jurong East Street 13
(Jan 26-Jan30)
Jan 27
MOE: Compulsory Leave of absence for all students and staff of Govt School who returned from mainland China on Jan 15 (Jan 14) for poly and ITE) or later. 14 days leave of absence will start the day after arrival in Singapore.
Source : CNA

MOE: 3 Hostels in NUS, NTU and SMU to convert to quarantine facilities
NUS – Prince George’s Park
NTU – Hall 1 (Grad Hall)
SMU – Block 83 Prinsep St
Source : Straits Times

MOH :  Case 5 Confirmed
56  Female Wuhan (Arrived Jan 18)
Admitted on Jan 26 Tan Tock Seng Hospital. Stayed at Family Residence @ Ceylon Road


57 Suspected case Pending Results
Source : Straits Times

GOV.SG : Travel Advisory
Singaporeans are advised to defer all travel to Hubei Province and all non-essential travel to Mainland China
Source: GOV.sg


Case 8 & 9 check in Tan Tock Seng Hospital
Hostels
NUS – Prince George’s Park
NTU – Hall 1 (Grad Hall)
SMU – Block 83 Prinsep St

Hospital
Tan Tock Seng Hospital
Case 5
56 Female

Cases 8 & 9
Female 56 , Male 56 Wuhan
Jan 28
MOH : Case 6 & 7 Confirmed
Case 6
56 Male Wuhan (Arrived Jan 19)
Admitted to CGH on Jan 26
Stayed in family home at Pasir Ris Grove

Case 7
35 Male Wuhan (Arrived Jan 23)
Admitted to Raffles Hospital on Jan 24. Transferred to National Centre for Infectious Disease. Stayed in Marina Bay Sands

Source : CNA

ICA: Travel Restrictions on Chinese Passports issued in Hubei and NEW travellers from Hubei in the last 14 days. Quarantine for recent travellers assessed of Higher Risk from Hubei
Source : CNA

$100 per day to those who are quarantined if they are Self Employed Singaporeans/PR or to the Singapore based employers if they are salaried. Quarantine will not be part of annual leave. Not applicable to visitors who are quarantine
Source: Straits Times

MOH: Hospital Bills are footed by the Govt for all suspected and confirmed cases as it is an emerging disease.

MND: OBS to be used as a Quarantine Center
Source: CNA
Jan 29
MOH : Cases 8,9,10 confirmed
Cases 8 & 9
56 Male Wuhan & 56 Female Wuhan
Husband and Wife arrived on Jan 19 from Wuhan.
*Attended The Life Church and Missions Singapore ( Cluster)
Stayed in Family Home in Lorong Lew Lian
Admitted to Tan Tock Seng on Jan 27

Case 10
 56 Male Wuhan
Arrived on Jan 20. Stayed on board Cargo Vessel. First Singapore Worker.
Admitted to NCID on 21 Jan

As of Noon, 70 cases are pending

Wuhan Residents repatriated home from Singapore. Another flight to leave via Scoot on Tuesday
Source: Straits Times

Case 12
37 Female admitted to Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Case 16
Male 38 admitted to SGH by Taxi

Case 29
Male 41 , Singapore – Possible First Local Transmission without source confirmation. Visited GP on Jan 29

Hospital
Case 12
Female 37
Tan Tock Seng
NCID

16th Case 16
Male 38
SGH
Jan 30
MFA :92 Singaporeans Flown Home
92 People Flow home from Wuhan. Will be quarantined for 14 days
Source: CNA

Each Household to get 4 surgical Mask

Profiteers from Mask sale will be questioned and may be charged
Source : ST

MOH : Case 11, 12, 13 Confirmed
Case 11
31 Female Wuhan
Arrived on 22 Jan . Travel Companion of fourth confirmed case. Currently warded in NCID

Case 12
37 Female Wuhan
Arrived on 22 Jan
Stayed in Village Hotel Sentosa, Hotel 81 Princess, Home Suite View Hotel
Admitted to Tan Tock Seng on 29 Jan

Case 13
73 Female Wuhan
Arrived on Jan 21
Currently warded in NCID
Source: CNA

Case 14 arrived from Wuhan
47 Female Singapore Citizen
Part of evacuated Singaporeans from Wuhan
Admitted to NCID upon arrival

Case 15 admitted to NCID
Male 31

Case 17 arrived from Wuhan
47 Female Singapore Citizen
Part of evacuated Singaporeans from Wuhan
Admitted to NCID upon arrival

19th Confirmed case head to TTSH. Discharged after no pneumonia

Case 33 Local Transmission
39 Female SC
Stays at Shunfu Road

Case 35 Local Transmission
64 Male SC
Taxi Driver

Case 37 Local Transmission
53 Male SC
PHV

Hospital
NCID
Case 14
Female 47 Singaporean

Case 17
Female 47 Singaporean

TTSH
 Case 19
Female 28 Singaporean
Discharge on same day

Hougang Polyclinic
Case 24 and Case 25

Residence
Shunfu Road
Case 33

Henderson Crescent
Case 35

Jurong East Street 32
Case 37




Jan 31
MOH : Case 14, 15, 16
Case 14
47 Female Singapore Citizen
Arrived 30 Jan (Wuhan Evacuation)
Warded NCID 30 Jan

Case 15
31 Male Chinese National – Spore Work Pass Holder
Arrived from Wuhan on 26 Jan
Stayed in Jurong East Street 13
Seek GP on 30 Jan, warded to NCID

Case 16
38 Male Chinese National
Arrived from Wuhan on 22 Jan
Warded in SGH

202 Close Contacts identified. 162 in Singapore, 156 contacted and quarantine. 6 yet to be contacted.

Source: ST

MND: New Visitors of any nationality with recent travel (14 days) to mainland China will not be allowed to enter Singapore with effect from 1 Feb 2359.

Holders with Chinese Passports (with exception to PR and Long Term Holders) will not be allowed in Singapore.

New Visas, Visit free transit facility for PRC passport and previously issued short tern and multiple visit visas from PRC will be suspended.
Returning Residents and long term pass holders with   travel history to Mainland China in the last 14 days will be place on 14 day leave of absence from the day of return from China. This include Singapore Citizens, PR, Work Passes, Permits, Student Pass, Dependent Pass and LT Visit Pass.

Source : CNA
1 Feb
MOH :Case 17 and 18 Confirmed
Case 17
47 Female Singapore Citizen
Arrived 30 Jan (Wuhan Evacuation)
Admitted NCID 30 Jan

Case 18
31 Female Chinese National
Arrived 22 Jan
No Details on Stay
Diagnosed 1 Feb

Source :ST

Free Mask Distribution began
Source: CNA


2 Feb
MOH : No New Carrier

15 Travellers barred from entry
Source: CNA


Case 32 Local Transmission
42 Female Singapore Citizen
No Known Source
Work VJC

Case 33
39 Female SC
Admitted to SKH

Work
VJC
Case 32

Residence
Elias Road
Case 32

Hospital
SKH
Case 33
3 Feb
MOH : No New Carrier
Day 2 of Wuhan Virus Free Day

Case 19 and 21 admitted to SGH
28 Female/44 Female

Case 29
41 Male Admitted to MEM(Mount Elizabeth Novena)
Hospital
Case 19
Female 28
SGH

Case 25
Male 40 Singapore
NCID

Case 29
Male 41 Singapore
MEM
4 Feb
MOH : Case 19,20,21,22,23,24 Confirmed
6 new cases

First local transmission confirmed. Local Cluster identified

Case 19
28 Female Singapore Citizen
Local Transmission at Yong Thai Hang
Possible infection from tour group on Jan 23
Admitted SGH 3 Feb

Case 20
48 Female Singapore Citizen
Local Transmission – Same shop as 19th Case

Case 21
44 Female Indonesia
Domestic Worker of 19th case

Cases 22 , 23
Singapore Citizen from Evacuated Cluster. No updates on age, Gender

Case 24
32 Female Singapore Citizen
Tour Guide of suspected infectious group tour from China.

Group Tour had left Singapore on 27 Jan

Source: CNA

Case 7 Male 35 Discharged and Virus Free

Schools, Eldercare facilities to suspend large gatherings. Assembly to stop, staggered recess and cancel camps

Source: CNA

Overseas Case 1
Malaysia contacted virus after visit to Singapore. Grand Hyatt Cluster



5 Feb
MOH :  Case 25,26,27,28 Confirmed

Case 25
40 Male Singapore Citizen
Husband of Case 24
Visited Hougang Polyclinic on 30 Jan
Warded in NCID on 3 Feb
Worked Diamond Industries Jewellery Company (Harbour Drive) – visited by same tour group that Case 24 is leading
Stayed in BuangKok Green

Case 26
42 Female Chinese National
Arrived from Wuhan on 21st Jan
Daughter of 13th Case
Warded on NCID on same day as Case 13 ( Date not provided)

Case 27 & 28
Family Members of 19th Case
Case 27
45 Male Singaporea Citizen
Husband of 19th  Case
Private Hired Driver -Visited Tiong Bahru Plaza, Tiong Bahru Market, Beo Crescent Market and Food Center

Case 28
6 month old male child of 19th and 27th Case . Youngest infected in Singapore



Overseas Case 2 & 3
2 South Koreans contacted virus after visit to Singapore. Grand Hyatt Cluster
Source: CNA

Case 32
42 Female Singapore Citizen admitted to Parkway East


Hospital
Parkway East
Case 32
Female 42 SC
6 Feb
MOH :  Case 29 and 30 Confirmed

Case 29
41 Male Singapore Citizen
 No Travel History to China, No known contact with Chinese National. Possible FIRST Local transmission that is not traceable.
Sought GP treatment on 28 Jan and 30 Jan. Admitted to MEN on 3 Feb

Case 30
27 Male Singapore Citizen
No Travel History to China
One of the 4 Singapore residents in NCID after attending private business meeting at Grand Hyatt from 20-22 Jan
Symptoms on 21 Jan
Visit GP on 28 Jan and 3 Feb
Admitted to NCID on 6 Feb
Visited Far East Square and Junction 8
Stays at Shunfu Road

Condition of 2 patients worsen
One in critical condition in intensive care unit
The other requires Additional Oxygen Support



All returning Chinese Nationals (Work Pass) are required to take 14 days mandatory LOA


Singapore Airshow to proceed, will include a Chinese aerobatics Team despite ban

7 Feb
MOH :  Case 31,32,33 Confirmed

ALL cases have no known source – Community Spread confirmed

Case 31
53 Male Singaporean
No travel History to China
Visited Malaysia on 6,11,17 Jan
Symptoms on 23 Jan
Visit GP on 23 and 28 Ja
Admitted CGH 1 Feb
Stayed Tampines Street 24.
*Attended The Life Church and Missions Singapore ( Cluster)
Visited Family and Friends during CNY

Case 32
42 Female Singapore Citizen
No Travel History to China
Symptoms on 2 Feb
Admitted to Parkway East on 5 Feb
Currently at NCID
Worked in VJC
Stayed at Elias Road and visited Changi Airport and Singapore Zoo

Case 33
39 Female Singapore Citizen
No Travel History to China
Visited Malaysia from 22-29 Jan
Reported symptoms on 30 Jan
Warded in Sengkang GH on 2 Feb
*Attended The Life Church and Missions Singapore ( Cluster)


Update on existing cases
2 Discharge
2 Intensive Care
29 Stable Condition



Singapore Risk Upgrade to DOSCON ORANGE

Overseas Case 4 from Singapore
Briton diagnose with Coronavirus after visit to Singapore. No source

Run on Supermarkets for Staple items
8 Feb
MOH : Case 34-40 Confirmed
7 New Cases, 5 Known Sources 2 Unknown

3 Clusters identified
The Life Church and Misson Singapore Cluster (146B Paya Lebar Rd)
Cases 8 ,9 , 31, 33 and 38

Yong Thai Hang Cluster (24 Cavan Road)
Cases 19,20,21,24,25,27,28,34,40

Grand Hyatt Cluster
30,36 and 39

2 Cases unknown sources. One works as a Taxi Driver and the other as a PHV. Implies possible cases are still not detected.

Case 34
40 Female SC
No travel history to China. Works at Yong Thai Hang. Close contact with 19 and 20
Symptoms 27 Jan. Home Quarantine 4 Feb
Admitted 6 Feb NCID
Case 35
64 Male SC
No travel history to China.
Taxi Driver
Symptoms 30 Jan, Admitted 6 Feb SGH
Stayed in Henderson Crescent. Visit Redhill market
Case 36
38 Female SPR
No travel history to China
Attend same business meeting with Case 30 and Case 39 at Grand Hyatt on 20-22 Jan
Symptoms 24 Jan, Admitted to KK 4 Feb
Stays Bukit Batok Street 31. Visited family member at Ng Teng Fong GH
Case 37
53 Male SC
No Travel history to China
Private Car Hire
Symptoms 30 Jan Admitted to NTFGH 6 Feb, Transferred to NCID 8 Feb
Stays at Jurong East Street 32
Case 38
53 Female SC
No Travel history to China
Symptoms 3 Feb. Admitted to NCID 7 Feb
VisitThe Life Church and Mission Singapore, Marina Bay Sands Chinatown, Plaza Singapura
Stays at Choa Chu Kang Ave 3
Same church as Case 31
Case 39
51 Male SC
No Travel history to China
Symptoms 29 Jan. Admitted NCID 6 Feb
Attend same business meeting with Case 30 and Case 36 at Grand Hyatt on 20-22 Jan
Stays Jurong West Central
Case 40
36 Male SC
No Travel history to China
Symptoms 30 Jan. Home Quarantine 4 Feb Admitted NCID 7 Feb
Works at Yong Tai Hang, Close contact with 19 & 20
Stays at Bedok North Street

Source: MOH

Update on confirmed cases
2 Discharge
34 Stable
4 Intensive

Suspect Cases
181 Pending




Orange – Date Arrived / Possible Infection Dates
Red – Confirmed Cases Dates

Green - Discharge


Updated 8 Feb 8am
*New - Latest Information updated

Note :

  • 3Cluster identified
  • 2 Discharge
Wuhan Virus Heatmap
Source

How to use this map?
This map indicates the dates where carriers had been to before they are diagnosed. If you have been to the affected areas during the period, do self-monitor for 14 days. There is NO need to avoid these places now as the virus would not survive long outside the body and the risk of infection is low.
You can follow the live update here 

Official News Source
2. Gov.sg WhatsApp push notification: sign-up at go.gov.sg/whatsapp
3. CNA microsite: cna.asia/wuhan-virus
7. Factually
www.gov.sg/factually

EPICENTER




In the epicentre, the number of officially infected rose to 1900 with 56 death. At least 237 patients are in critical condition according to China state-run Xinhua news agency ( Source: CNN) The actual number would probably be higher given reports of the understaffed medical team in Wuhan and the lack of lab tests. There are unverified reports that the number could be much higher than stated. The closure of major attractions like Disneyland Shanghai reflected the possibility that the virus had accelerated beyond Ground Zero in Wuhan. Cities around Wuhan are locked down, affecting 35 million people.

A worrisome note is that we are in the midst of Lunar New Year - That would traditionally mean large migration of people within China and within countries. Reports of the virus confirming in Asia regions and even as far as the United States.

Locations with Confirmed 2019-nCov Cases. For the latest update , refer to Worldometers.info

Source:Worldmeters.info

Source:Worldmeters.info




For an overview base on the world map, you can refer to this map produced by World Health Organisation




*SARS Figures Worldwide Nov 2002 - July 2002
8098 cases - 774 Deaths ( Mortality 9.5 % )
From the figures alone, SARS is deadlier, but the Wuhan Virus spreads faster. In 1 week, 9841 are infected. The mortality rate is hovering around 2.5%

(Source:  Wikipedia)


WHAT IS CORONAVIRUS?


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There are currently 7 strains of Coronavirus. The latest strain WuhanVirus is known as the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-n-Cov). It belongs to similar viruses such as MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV. These family of the virus are known to be original from wild animals and are transferred to humans via food or touch.

The virus can mutate to human transmission through
-The Air (cough/sneeze)
-Close Contact (Touching / Shaking hands)
- The object of Surface with Viral Particles

There are currently no specific treatment or vaccinations for Wuhan Virus. Affected persons will heal naturally. The virus would be most difficult in the elderly or those with existing immune or respiratory problems.



SYMPTOMS
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The virus' incubation period is possiblity for one to two weeks. There are reports that some carriers do not display any symptoms and may be contagious during this period, making it easier to spread compared to SARS and MERS.



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