CDC Advises Avoiding Travel to China as WHO Plans to Reconvene for PHEIC Decision
The WHO will reconvene on Thursday, January 30, 2020, to discuss whether the novel coronavirus should be designated a public health emergency of international concern.
Clinical Characteristics of the First 2019-nCoV Cases in Wuhan, China
A new article published in The Lancet features information on epidemiology, laboratory, and radiology elements of the first 41 cases of the novel coronavirus confirmed in Wuhan, China.
Novel Coronavirus Outbreak Is Not a Public Health Emergency of International Concern
The WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, PhD is not declaring the Wuhan Coronavirus outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern at this time.
3 Major US Airports to Begin Screening for Novel Coronavirus
The CDC has announced that travelers from Wuhan will undergo entry screening at airports in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
A Novel Coronavirus Challenges China
Infection preventionist Saskia Popescu discusses several rapid developments that have been released in this outbreak.
China Investigates Pneumonia Tied to New Coronavirus
As of January 5, 2020 there have been 59 confirmed cases associated with the pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan city.
Airplanes and Airports—A Hub for Travel and Germs
What you should know before you travel this winter season.
Recently Discovered Coronavirus Shows Potential for Cross-Species Transmission
A newly identified porcine virus has been found to be able to get into human cells in the laboratory setting.
Clorox Healthcare Products Receive Additional EPA-Registered Kill Claims for Bacterial & Viral Pathogens
As healthcare-associated infections continue to be life-threatening, Clorox Healthcare continues to provide bacteria- and virus-killing products that aim to reduce the risk of infection.
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