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This map shows all the cases of COVID 19 in the world REAL-TIME Wuhan China Virus Map

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This map shows all the cases of coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in the world REAL-TIME Wuhan China Virus Map

In this video I explain where to get access to the map and how to use it.

Link to the map:

This does not substitute standard thorough medical assessment and treatment.

I am not a specialist expert on coronavirus infections. The tips are based on general guidance from official advisory organizations such as the World Health Organisation.

My views have no association with the views of other organizations, hospitals or health providers or academic institutions, except for the world health organization.

If you have any concerns – please contact your local GP/medical practice or emergency department.

As everyone may be aware, there is a recent outbreak of 2019 nCOV: Wuhan chinese coronavirus. Officials report that it may be similar to the MERS(Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome) or SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome). There are now confirmed cases in other asian countries as well as in the United States.

The two things I am concerned about is how contagious and how lethal the virus infection is.

I have cancelled my flight to Shanghai, China in March

Use this map to track the 2019 nCoV. It tells you how far the coronavirus infection has spread, including death tolls.

Wuhan is a city on the eastern front of china. The first case was reported to be linked to a local fish/meat market. It is nice to know that there are a few things everyone can do to reduce the spread of the virus infection that we don’t know much about.
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It has been approximately a month since the first case was reported in Wuhan city in China. Now it has spread to other asian countries and also the United States.

There is not yet official recommendation about restricting travel and trade – so we need to be on high alert to make sure our decisions are necessary (that the risks and benefits are well thought out)

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NZ Ministry of Health

As a junior doctor, I am somewhat limited in what I can say in a public forum so I rely heavily on official sources for proper information. If I make up false information then I would be doing a disservice to the public.

Sometimes the information presented by official organisations can be difficult to follow or understand – what I can offer is translating these difficult and heavy topics into digestible bits so that you can make use of them.

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Summary of answers:
New virus infection – novel Coronavirus, thought to originate from a seafood market in Wuhan City in China
First case detected in December 2019 in China, Now spread to other regions like Hongkong, Macau, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Australia, France
6000+ confirmed cases worldwide
130+ people have died in China attributed to the virus (many already fragile health)

Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that can cause airway infections – common cold to serious lung infections. They circulate among animals
Viruses can mutate at high frequencies and adapt, survive better in changing environments

New strains of coronaviruses may appear periodically, like the ones caused SARS in 2003 and MERS in 2015 outbreak. This is a new strain.

In some people, it has the potential to cause pneumonia, multi organ failure and death. But it doesn’t happen in everybody.

Basic things you can do to protect yourself your friends, family and whanau:
1. Maintaining basic hand hygiene
2. Safe food practices
3. Avoid close contact with people showing symptoms
4. Use of mask
5. Don’t sneeze into the open air
6. Think carefully before you travel

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