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Coronavirus Cases Skyrocket After Changes In Diagnostic Methods

Newsy Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
Coronavirus Cases Skyrocket After Changes In Diagnostic MethodsWatch VideoThe number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the globe is dramatically increasing after Chinese health officials broadened their methods for diagnosing the virus.

Almost 15,000 new cases of the virus – also known as COVID-19 — were reported Wednesday in Hubei province alone, which is the epicenter of the...
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Officials in Hubei province have started using CT scans to diagnose patients more quickly.

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