Public health groups monitor nCoV cases, urge vigilance

05/24/2013 | AAFP News Now

U.S. and international health groups are monitoring the increasing number of cases of novel coronavirus infection, and they are advising physicians and hospitals to be vigilant and to consider nCoV even in patients with atypical symptoms if they have an appropriate history. The CDC said that there is evidence that limited human-to-human transmission is possible but that more research is needed.

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