Coronavirus Wuhan vs SARS

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The Wuhan coronavirus remembers SARS virus, the acute respiratory syndrome that erupted in Asia in the 2000s.

In China, the number of confirmed cases of Wuhan with coronavirus exceeded that of SARS infected in 2002 and 2003. But if SARS caused more deaths, Wuhan coronavirus caused less.

So far, 8 254 cases and 171 deaths have been reported with the Wuhan coronavirus. While with SARS were reported 8 098 cases and 774 deaths.

The World Health Organization has declared a global emergency for the rapid spread of coronavirus.


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