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The number of coronavirus cases around the world has soared past 113,000, with more than 4,000 deaths.

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Editor's note: The video above is from a previous story about the coronavirus case in St. Louis County.Editor's note: The video above is from a previous story about the coronavirus case in St. Louis County.

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Statistics regarding the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) are being updated daily and reflect the concern that should be shown for the virus. As of March 4, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported 80 known cases in the United States. That number includes nine deaths in 13 states. Updated information on risk and symptoms Despite the number of reported cases, 2019 novel coronavirus is not considered to be spreading widely in the United States. As of early March, the likelihood for exposure for most Americans to the virus was low. However, CDC warns that it is possible that more person-to-person contact between those infected and others could make the virus more prevalent. People with elevated risk include anyone who has encountered someone infected and healthcare professionals who have treated infected patients. Travelers to locations where the coronavirus has been confirmed are also at higher risk. Among confirmed cases, some symptoms were mild and others much more severe, even resulting in death. Most cases are mild, but according to CDC, recent reports from China indicate that about 16% of reported cases become serious. Estimates reflect that symptoms could appear in as little time as two days or as much time as 14 days after someone has been infected. Distribution of testing kits CDC-developed laboratory test kits began shipping last week to select qualified U.S. and international laboratories. Distribution of the tests will help improve the global capacity to detect and respond to the 2019 novel coronavirus. The test kit is designed for use with an existing RT-PCR testing instrument that is commonly used to test for seasonal influenza. Each kit can accommodate specimens from 700 to 800 patients. The CDC 2019 novel coronavirus test is...

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This virus has killed more than 3,800 people and infected more than 108,000 others worldwide.This virus has killed more than 3,800 people and infected more than 108,000 others worldwide.

Your top 6 coronavirus questions from the weekend – answered

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