China is swiftly building a hospital dedicated to treating patients infected with a new virus that has killed 26 people, sickened hundreds and prompted unprecedented lockdowns of cities home to millions of people during the country's most important holiday. "If there could be a confirmed case, we can promptly reveal it".
PHE's announcement that 14 people in the United Kingdom had been tested came on Thursday night, but they did not give details of where the cases were. The results are still pending and no new cases of the virus have been confirmed in the USA since January 21. "The state will continue to monitor the situation, work with partners to identify any possible cases, provide information and consultation to ensure that possible cases are managed safely, support laboratory testing, and implement recommendations from the CDC".
"But as I've said on previous occasions, should we get a positive case in Australia, we are extremely well-prepared to isolate and manage them". "That's why it takes a little bit longer".
Professor Murphy said he was confident NSW Health would be able to cope with any confirmed cases.
Civil Aviation Board Executive Director Carmelo Arcilla said that air carriers Royal Air Charter and Pan Pacific Airline will ferry the visitors back to Wuhan in three batches: Friday night, Saturday and Monday.
Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public-health officer, said Thursday that health-care workers across the country continue to be on guard for cases of the novel coronavirus, despite the World Health Organization saying it was not yet prepared to declare 2019-nCoV an worldwide public-health emergency.
Officials also said that a virus patient died in Heilongjiang province in China's far northeast, the second death outside the Wuhan epicentre. There have been confirmed cases in Thailand, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan, all from travelers who went to Wuhan.
In Los Angeles, ABC News reported a passenger that arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on a flight from Mexico City on January 22 was hospitalized as a precaution after appearing to be ill.
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"They'll be quarantined and looked after".
Those who are feeling well will be given educational material about what to do if they fall ill within a few weeks of returning.
"Dubai Airports confirms... that all passengers arriving on direct flights from the People's Republic of China must receive thermal screening at the gate upon arrival", a statement said.
"In our experience during SARS, we scanned millions of people and didn't pick up a single case", she said.
The vast majority of cases have been in and around Wuhan, but people who visited or had personal connections to infected people were among the scattered cases counted beyond the mainland.
Many countries are screening travellers from China and isolating anyone with symptoms. It said the new Wuhan hospital "is to solve the shortage of existing medical resources". We still don't fully understand how this virus is passing person to person, how and when people are infectious, the full range of clinical symptoms, or know the animal source.
"It created a miracle in the history of medical science", the paper added.
Xiaomi revealed via its official Weibo account that the Group has sent out the first batch of medical supplies to Wuhan which includes N95 masks, medical masks, and thermometers. "Anything that limits people's travels during an outbreak would obviously work".