The new strain of coronavirus can cause fever, cough, wheezing, and pneumonia, although these symptoms are also a common feature of influenza.
Health officials announced Monday that two people from New Hampshire who recently traveled to Wuhan, China, are being monitored by the new Coronavirus. The two people sought treatment after symptoms of the respiratory system recovering, according to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.
People will remain in custody until laboratory results are sent to American communities to control and avoid disease. The new strain of coronavirus can cause fever, cough, wheezing, and pneumonia, although these symptoms are also a common feature of influenza. The new mistake is a member of the coronavirus family, a cousin close to the SARS and the underlying infections that caused the outbreak of the previous unrest.
Health officials said five people in the United States have so far been infected with the new virus. The test for more than 100 people is ongoing.
All HIV-infected patients traveled to Wuhan, China, the epicenter.
Dozens of individuals have died of the virus in China, which issued a widespread travel ban in areas hard hit by the country to carry out a halt to the spread of the virus.