There is almost no worse place for a case to show up.
The 'resistance' is now blaming a future, hypothetical Coronavirus outbreak on President Trump.
Chinese authorities now say that the dangerous Coronavirus struck nearly a month earlier than initial estimates.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was irate upon hearing the news.
Rumors have swirled that the virulent strain of Coronavirus killing thousands across the globe is a result of Chinese biological warfare.
While this is excellent news on its face, it raises new concerns regarding China's capabilities to rein in the virus.
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Medical experts now fear that the Coronavirus is so virulent that it could infect 60 percent of the world's population.
There appears to be no end in sight for this coronavirus outbreak, and academia is taking extra precautions on account of it.
Medical experts are worried that the Coronavirus is not approaching pandemic status as bodies mount in China and cases grow across the world.
Something must be done to prevent the spread of this novel strain of coronavirus, and the CDC isn't shying away from that task.
Evidence is growing that China is lying about the extent of the Coronavirus outbreak inside its vast nation.
The Coronavirus death toll has risen to 212 in China as the World Health Organization (WHO) moves to label the virus as a global health emergency.
Facebook has set itself up as a medical expert and going forward will delete any post about the Coronavirus it claims is fake news.
Maybe after they find a cure for Coronavirus they can get to work on curing TDS.
From trade war to triage, Donald Trump has China on the mind.
Chinese officials are being accused of hiding the true scale of the Coronavirus crisis from the world.
There have been three cases of the deadly disease identified in the United States as of this writing, including the latest from the major metropolis of...
Chinese officials are not only canceling New Years celebrations all across their vast country, but they are placing entire cities in quarantine.
Chinese health authorities are racing to put a stop to the transmission of the coronavirus outbreak that is now threatening international travel.
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