Human-to-human coronavirus spread looks likely

The coronavirus that has killed 18 people appears capable of human-to-human transmission, the WHO reports. A French patient who shared a room with an infected person now has the virus, too. No vaccine is available, but patients are reportedly responding to treatment. News | More

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