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The New Wuhan Coronavirus Is Coming to the U.S.

The New Wuhan Coronavirus Is Coming to the U.S.

A climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro before the storied snows turn to dust on the world’s highest peak this summer is as unlikely as a run from a grizzly bear.

But for some it’s just too dangerous.

The first people to summit Everest are in their 70s.

Now the mountaineering world is facing another epidemic: A new deadly virus that has been detected in travelers on three continents.

The mystery is explained by the fact that most of the nearly 1,000 victims of the mysterious Wuhan coronavirus are from China. That leaves just a few other countries, including the U.S., where tens of thousands have fallen ill with a viral flu.

But on a more personal note, the deaths in U.S. from the virus might not have been prevented, say many in the medical community who believe the new virus was created by a Chinese virologist who was an early advocate for stem cell research.

What’s next for the coronavirus in the U.S.?

This is the last story about the new virus in The Times.

For now, Wuhan is the center of the epidemic. The virus has infected at least 1,200 people in Wuhan, the central Chinese city, and is suspected of having infected at least 40 people in U.S.

The virus has already brought a new strain to China’s Hubei Province, where nearly all the new cases have originated.

As of Friday night, U.S. health authorities had tested 10 people from three U.S. cities — New York, Los Angeles and Washington — for the virus, and no one had been infected.

But that’s all going to change on Saturday, when the CDC said the latest batch of test kits from Wuhan would be distributed across the U.S. The goal is to have the tests available by late this month.

What are the symptoms of the illness?

People should stay at home if they feel unwell, the CDC said.

If you do become sick, you should stay home and limit your activities, the CDC said

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