How coronavirus got its name: All you need to know about deadly outbreak in China
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China is dealing with the outbreak of a mysterious virus that has infected around 300 people and killed six, as well as travelling to other countries.

Authorities are fighting to stop it from spreading as millions travel for Chinese New Year, and scientists are trying to understand the virus, which has not been seen by humans before, and its effects.

The virus, called 2019-nCoV, is a coronavirus – which is one that infects the nose, throat, or sinuses – and has pneumonia-like symptoms. Experts say it can be spread from human to human.

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Coronavirus: चीन में सांप से फैला कोरोना वायरस, पहले मरीज की बचाई गई जान

चीन में कोरोना वायरस का कहर, वुहान पूरी तरह से बंद, शहर से बाहर जाने पर भी लगी रोक

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