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New images show a glimpse of the coronavirus that has sickened over 60,000 people and killed another 1,370.

Images of new coronavirus just released | Live Science

Renaming of the coronavirus leaves many scientists unhappy with the new descriptor of the deadly virus Renaming of the coronavirus leaves many scientists unhappy with the new descriptor of the deadly virus

There's no evidence the new coronavirus is airborne. It appears to spread by larger droplets, direct contact and contaminated surfaces or objects.There's no evidence the new coronavirus is airborne. It appears to spread by larger droplets, direct contact and contaminated surfaces or objects.

There's no evidence the new coronavirus spreads through the air – but it's still possible

There's no evidence the new coronavirus spreads through the air – but it's still possible

The map tracks the lethal flu-like infection, which has killed more than 1,300 people and infected 60,000 - mostly in China - and pits it against SARS in 2003, swine flu in 2009 and Ebola in 2014.The map tracks the lethal flu-like infection, which has killed more than 1,300 people and infected 60,000 - mostly in China - and pits it against SARS in 2003, swine flu in 2009 and Ebola in 2014.

How the killer coronavirus compares to SARS, swine flu and Ebola: Interactive map | Daily Mail Online

“I’ve given reassuring talks to MDs on 9/11 anthrax, SARS, MERS, H1N1, Ebola etc. Never felt as concerned as I feel with this Coronavirus - COVID-19. US Media should talk more about it’s impending impact on supply chain and possibly the world economy. https://t.co/LY3Qoaw0pi”

Faheem Younus, MD on Twitter: "I’ve given reassuring talks to MDs on 9/11 anthrax, SARS, MERS, H1N1, Ebola etc. Never felt as concerned as I feel with this Coronavirus - COVID-19. US Media should talk more about it’s impending impact on supply chain and possibly the world economy. https://t.co/LY3Qoaw0pi"

“New preprint from International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses: The new coronavirus is hereby dubbed "severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).” https://t.co/Lt2CtU5yOt h/t @R_H_Ebright”

Carl Zimmer on Twitter: "New preprint from International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses: The new coronavirus is hereby dubbed "severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).” https://t.co/Lt2CtU5yOt h/t @R_H_Ebright"

“The name of the novel coronavirus is "severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2" and disease is "COVID-19" https://t.co/4w7oSS1t4p”

Joel Achenbach on Twitter: "The name of the novel coronavirus is "severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2" and disease is "COVID-19" https://t.co/4w7oSS1t4p"

“Not long ago choosing to study coronaviruses was a risky career path for a virologist — a reality reflected in how few are in the field. But SARS + MERS + #2019nCoV have proven: These viruses need more study. From @meggophone & me. https://t.co/0EwDHOslnV”

Helen Branswell on Twitter: "Not long ago choosing to study coronaviruses was a risky career path for a virologist — a reality reflected in how few are in the field. But SARS + MERS + #2019nCoV have proven: These viruses need more study. From @meggophone & me. https://t.co/0EwDHOslnV"

A STARTLING interactive coronavirus map reveals the true scale of how the killer bug is worse than Ebola, SARS and swine flu. The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine has developed the …

Chilling interactive coronavirus map reveals true scale of how killer bug is worse than Ebola, SARS and swine flu

A new mapping tool compares the coronavirus, or COVID-19, to other recent epidemics.A new mapping tool compares the coronavirus, or COVID-19, to other recent epidemics.

Live coronavirus map compares growth of virus to SARS, H1N1, Ebola; when virus could peak

The WHO said that the number of laboratory confirmed cases in China have reached 46,550.The WHO said that the number of laboratory confirmed cases in China have reached 46,550.

Coronavirus not as deadly as SARS or Ebola yet - DIU News

THE new coronavirus has been officially named by the World Health Organisation.THE new coronavirus has been officially named by the World Health Organisation.

Coronavirus: Disease has been officially named - here's what it is called | The News