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The situation with the 2019-nCoV disease outbreak, which was first identified in Wuhan City, China, has moved on rapidly in the last few days.Infected people have been identified in Thailand, Japan and the Republic of Korea; and the first cases of human-to-human transmission have been confirmed.

In response to the disease spread,  The World Health Organization (WHO) had released its first Situation Report for 2019-nCoV which sets out the current picture and what measures are being taken in response.

Read the report (PDF)

WHO’s 2019-nCoV knowledge base can be accessed here.


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