REPORT: China reports first death from outbreak of mystery virus

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BY TEAM DML / JANUARY 12, 2020 /

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BEIJING — As China prepares for the impending Lunar New Year travel boom, health authorities reported the country’s first death from a viral pneumonia Saturday, heightening concerns over a possible flare-up similar to that of the early-2000s SARS outbreak.

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A 61-year-old man who had been hospitalized after suffering shortness of breath and severe pneumonia in the central Chinese city of Wuhan died Thursday, authorities said.

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The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission said that 41 people are under hospital quarantine with suspected infection of the mystery virus, seven of whom are critically ill.

They said that 739 incidents of close contact were under medical surveillance, an increase from the previous 163. 419 of those cases involve medical staff.

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