...over 50 million locked down...over 100,000 infected...
What happened to Wuhan Virus YT channel? Anyone know?
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The latest update for 2020-01-28 from this great site shows the number of confirmed cases nearing 5.6K without a noticeable peak forming in the daily rate of new infections. It looks like the Wuhan coronavirus may be significantly more contagious than previous strains (SARS, MERS). That, or somehow we have gotten worse at quarantine/epidemiology over time. Case mortality rate I expect lags the confirmed cases a little bit, but it does seem to be much less deadly than either SARS or MERS, thankfully.moab wrote: ↑Mon Jan 27, 2020 3:45 pmMaybe this was already posted. Here's a dashboard with map that shows realtime updates on the coronavirus.
https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps ... 7b48e9ecf6
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Just direct flights? Flights with one or more stops are still in operation?
American Airlines is suspending two routes to China, citing "significant decline in demand for travel to and from China."
Flights from Los Angeles International Airport to Shanghai Pudong Airport and to Beijing Capital International Airport will not run from Feb. 9 through March 27, the company said in a Wednesday statement.
Meanwhile, British Airways announced Wednesday that it has suspended all flights to and from mainland China "with immediate effect," as the country struggles to contain the outbreak of the new coronavirus.
The United Kingdom's flag carrier airline, which operates daily flights from London to Shanghai and Beijing, said it made the decision "following advice from the Foreign Office against all but essential travel."
South Korean low-cost carrier Air Seoul and Indonesian budget airline Lion Air have also suspended flights to mainland China, while several other airlines have reduced the number of flights to the country.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-chin ... SKBN1ZS13IIndonesia's Lion Air Group to suspend all flights to China from February
https://www.foxnews.com/travel/lufthans ... oronavirusLufthansa Group suspends flights to mainland China 'with immediate effect' in response to coronavirus
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UN agency declares global emergency over virus from China
BEIJING (AP) — The World Health Organization declared the outbreak sparked by a new virus in China that has been exported to more than a dozen countries as a global emergency Thursday after the number of cases spiked tenfold in a week.
The U.N. health agency defines an international emergency as an “extraordinary event” that constitutes a risk to other countries and requires a coordinated international response.