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ffp2 coronavirus, HOW DANGEROUS IS CORONAVIRUS? The clip from Wang's travel series “Dream Runner” resurfaced online following the recent coronavirus outbreak, which is believed to have originated from bats or snakes. Wang is seen holding the cooked bat with her hands as she and another unidentified woman dig into its wing. “The soup we just had was very delicious and had a fruity flavor,” she said. The internet slammed the viral video, blaming Wang, and bat-eaters like her, for their presumed culpability in spreading the feared and potentially deadly coronavirus. The video was one of a few similar videos of diners consuming the exotic animal.

ffp2 coronavirus - UNITED AIRLINES SUSPENDING FLIGHTS TO CHINA AS CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK CONTINUES After days of online ridicule, Wang reportedly took to the Chinese blogging site Weibo to respond to the controversy with an apology. “I had no idea during filming that there was such a virus,” she wrote last week, according to the South China Morning Post. “I realized it only recently.” Wang added that she was simply trying to document some of the local dishes on the island. CHINA SPURNED CDC OFFER TO SEND TEAM TO HELP CONTAIN CORONAVIRUS: US HEALTH SECRETARY

ffp2 coronavirus, “When I filmed the video, I honestly did not know there would be a virus. My ignorance is to blame,” she said. The coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, began at an animal and seafood market in the city of Wuhan and has since spread to several other countries, including the United States. The illness is now said to be transferable between humans. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP As news of the virus spread and death tolls began to spike, many have begun to question how dangerous the new outbreak is. Coronaviruses, which get their name from their crown-like appearance, come in many types that cause illnesses in people and animals.

ffp2 coronavirus - Dr. Janette Nesheiwat explains the risks and symptoms. Sen. Tom Cotton called on the Trump administration Tuesday to impose a targeted travel ban on flights to the United States from China to stem the spread of the coronavirus. In a letter to members of Trump's cabinet, the Arkansas Republican outlined a four-step plan to contain the disease, starting with a ban on commercial flights from China to the U.S. The virus has now killed more than 100 people and infected thousands of others.

ffp2 coronavirus - There’s no need for recreational, student or educational, or non-critical business travel under the circumstances until this crisis is under control, Cotton wrote. HOW DANGEROUS IS CORONAVIRUS? He also proposed giving Americans in China the option to evacuate and return to the U.S. under appropriate, elevated monitoring,  the development of criteria for trade with China to continue and to allow medical personnel and scientists to travel there to address the crisis. He also urged the federal government to work with the scientific community on developing a vaccine.