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Coronavirus: How worried should we be? Based on early information, it is believed that only a quarter of infected cases are "severe", and the dead are mostly - though not exclusively - older people, some of whom have pre-existing conditions. The Chinese authorities suspect a seafood market that "conducted illegal transactions of wild animals" was the source chqt the outbreak. Why is there concern about containing the virus?

They say self-sustaining human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus is the "only plausible explanation" for the scale of the epidemic. Their calculations estimate each infected person is passing it onto, on average, 2.

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Elsewhere, a team at Lancaster University nfws published their estimates of the of cases suggesting 11, have been infected this year. If true, that would be more than Sars.

Where has it spread? There are now 1, confirmed cases across China, though most are concentrated in those provinces closest to Hubei.

But it has also spread abroad - in isolated cases affecting small s of patients. On Saturday, Australia confirmed Nepao first four cases - first in Melbourne, and then three more in Sydney. It has also spread to Europe, with three cases confirmed in France.

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Tests in the UK nwws 31 people have come back negativethe government has said. Officials are trying to trace around 2, people who have recently flown to the UK from Hubei province. Fourteen people in UK tested for new strain The cases largely involve people who had recently travelled from the affected region in China. There are also two cases in the United States, including a woman in her 60s who had returned home to Chicago from Wuhan on 13 January.

Canada has a "presumptive case" of the virus, but the condition of the person suffering from it is deemed stable, according to a government statement.

What's happening at the source? The city of Wuhan is effectively on lockdown, with heavy restrictions on travel in and cuat, and public transport options from buses to planes cancelled.

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It is a major population centre with up to 11 million inhabitants - comparable in size to London. Pharmacies in the city have begun to run out of supplies and hospitals have been filled with nervous members of the public. Officials have urged people to avoid crowds and gatherings. And taxis aren't running. Major Western brands such as McDonald's and Starbucks have closed in the city and in others nearby.

Many communities are still cut off and remain without phones or other communications in the country's worst disaster in 80 years.

A daily radio programme offers advice such as how to make dirty water drinkable, how to use an open toilet and stop disease spreading - as well as how to ignore false rumours about aftershocks and further earthquakes. A chat app service on Viber and regular Facebook posts have also been launched. The programme interviews a doctor who advises listeners to treat themselves for minor injuries rather than go xhat the overcrowded hospitals.

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It also advises families sleeping outdoors to keep an eye on their empty houses in case of burglary. And there is also a call to be wary of "hawkers" or unscrupulous bus agents who are hiking the fares for buses that will never run.

The programme has been doubled in duration to 60 minutes. While nwws is a vital way to reach remote communities, the BBC is also going digital to reach as many people as possible. He fled his sixth-floor flat when the earthquake struck and has been living with his in-laws as well as working Nepap the clock. We know a lot of people in the worst hit areas only have us, the BBC, for the lifesaving information we broadcast," he said.