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A study of Wuhan's earliest cases details serious SARS-like symptoms and a 15% death rate.
Fourteen health workers are now infected in the 218-case nCoV outbreak.
Screening will begin at airports in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
New details in the outbreak emerge, including potential human-to-human spread.
The woman has no fever or respiratory symptoms and may go home soon.
Officials put the case count at 41 and note how the new virus relates to the SARS virus.
The virus seems to group with the betacoronaviruses, the genus that includes the SARS virus and MERS-CoV.
Coronaviruses that can cause serious human disease are on the rise, emphasizing the importance of public health preparedness.
The CDC issues a watch but does not call for travel limits.
Local sources say the market linked to the cases sold some live animals and animal organs, raising concerns about zoonotic virus spread.
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