1. WHO says new China coronavirus could spread, warns hospitals worldwide  Reuters
  2. Wuhan pneumonia outbreak: First case reported outside China  BBC News
  3. WHO says Wuhan coronavirus could spread  
  4. WHO alarmed over suspected coronavirus case in Thailand  The Star Online
  5. Wuhan virus has limited human-to-human transmission but could spread wider: WHO  The Straits Times
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There may have been limited human-to-human transmission of a new coronavirus in China within families, and it is possible there could be a wider outbreak, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.There may have been limited human-to-human transmission of a new coronavirus in ...

WHO says new China coronavirus could spread, warns hospitals worldwide - Reuters

The outbreak of the virus, which is from the same family as Sars, began in Wuhan in December.The outbreak of the virus, which is from the same family as Sars, began in Wuhan in December.

Wuhan pneumonia outbreak: First case reported outside China - BBC News

BANGKOK: The World Health Organisation (WHO) will consult with its health emergency experts after reports that Thailand has experienced its first case of the new coronavirus outbreak in China, the UN health agency said on Tuesday (Jan 14).BANGKOK: The World Health Organisation (WHO) will consult with its health emergency experts after reports that Thailand has experienced its first case of the new coronavirus outbreak in China, the UN health agency said on Tuesday (Jan 14).

WHO alarmed over suspected coronavirus case in Thailand | The Star Online

Developer envisions that some wealthier retirees could enjoy a more spacious and relaxing living space in a self-contained community on Zhuhai’s Hengqin island with elderly friendly facilities and Hong Kong-style restaurants.Developer envisions that some wealthier retirees could enjoy a more spacious and relaxing living space in a self-contained community on Zhuhai’s Hengqin island with elderly friendly facilities and Hong Kong-style restaurants.

“It's taken Chinese researchers just a few weeks to isolate and sequence the genome of a new coronavirus making dozens of people sick in Wuhan. Over the weekend, they made that DNA data public. https://t.co/mD2IpshwGH”

Megan Molteni on Twitter: "It's taken Chinese researchers just a few weeks to isolate and sequence the genome of a new coronavirus making dozens of people sick in Wuhan. Over the weekend, they made that DNA data public. https://t.co/mD2IpshwGH"

“A female tourist from the central Chinese city of Wuhan has been confirmed as the first person in Thailand infected with new strain of virus from same family as SARS and MERS according to China State Media #coronavirus”

Sandi Sidhu on Twitter: "A female tourist from the central Chinese city of Wuhan has been confirmed as the first person in Thailand infected with new strain of virus from same family as SARS and MERS according to China State Media #coronavirus"

“China Reports First Death From New Virus, @nytimes reports. The coronavirus, which surfaced in the city of Wuhan, has put the region on alert, but there is no evidence that it can spread among humans. https://t.co/vRNld3LtNt”

Eunice Yoon on Twitter: "China Reports First Death From New Virus, @nytimes reports. The coronavirus, which surfaced in the city of Wuhan, has put the region on alert, but there is no evidence that it can spread among humans. https://t.co/vRNld3LtNt"

“Critical that China (& the rest of us) don't assume that if they've stopped transmission of the new #SARS-like coronavirus found among customers of the Wuhan South China Seafood Market that they've stopped this outbreak. What was the source? Are infected animals found elsewhere?”

Helen Branswell on Twitter: "Critical that China (& the rest of us) don't assume that if they've stopped transmission of the new #SARS-like coronavirus found among customers of the Wuhan South China Seafood Market that they've stopped this outbreak. What was the source? Are infected animals found elsewhere?"

A Chinese woman infected with the new coronavirus is recovering and likely to be allowed to return home soon, according to the health minister.A Chinese woman infected with the new coronavirus is recovering and likely to be allowed to return home soon, according to the health minister.

61 year old Chinese tourist being treated for new coronavirus in Thailand | The Thaiger

GENEVA (REUTERS) - There has been "limited" human-to-human transmission of a new coronavirus that has struck in China, mainly small clusters in families, but there is potential for wider spread, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday (Jan 14).. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -GENEVA (REUTERS) - There has been "limited" human-to-human transmission of a new coronavirus that has struck in China, mainly small clusters in families, but there is potential for

Wuhan virus has limited human-to-human transmission but could spread wider: WHO, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

First case of 'New Coronavirus Pneumonia' is identified in Thailand. The Public Health Ministry assures the public there is no wider outbreakFirst case of 'New Coronavirus Pneumonia' is identified in Thailand. The Public Health Ministry assures the public there is no wider outbreak

First case of New Coronavirus Pneumonia detected arriving in Bangkok | The Thaiger

Motorists using the right lane of any Thai highway or motorway, and drive slower than 90 kilometres per hour, will face charges in the futureMotorists using the right lane of any Thai highway or motorway, and drive slower than 90 kilometres per hour, will face charges in the future

New upper and lower highway speed limits to be introduced | The Thaiger

GENEVA: There has been “limited” human-to-human transmission of a new coronavirus that has struck in China, mainly small clusters in families, but there is potential for wider spread, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.GENEVA: There has been “limited” human-to-human transmission of a new coronavirus that has struck in China, mainly small clusters in families, but there is potential for wider spread, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.

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