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infrared fever thermometer, Officer Zhang Lin is patrolling a traffic checkpoint amid the coronavirus outbreak and missed the birth of his child, who he later met via video chat.  (AsiaWire) On the video, after receiving permission to call his wife, Zhang apologizes for not being at the hospital and is elated to learn that his wife and child are both healthy and safe. “You’re sacrificing family for the greater good,” his wife tells him via video chat while lying next to their daughter in the hospital bed, according to AsiaWire.

infrared fever thermometer - PRINCESS CRUISES CONFIRMS 10 ADDITIONAL CASES OF CORONAVIRUS FROM QUARANTINED SHIP Zhang again apologizes for not spending time with his family since the outbreak began, but his wife reassures him that she understands. “You’re a policeman,” she tells him, according to AsiaWire. “Serve the people well. Don’t worry about things at home.” Thousands of workers in China have been away from their families for weeks at a time as the country struggles to contain the coronavirus that’s killed 563 people, with all but two fatalities occurring in mainland China.

infrared fever thermometer, CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP  About 99 percent of cases have been diagnosed in China, where authorities first traced the outbreak to a live food market in Wuhan before discovering that it can be transmitted between people. Since the first illnesses were reported in early December, at least 28 other countries have reported confirmed cases, including 12 in the U.S.

infrared fever thermometer - Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel discusses the differences between the flu epidemic and the spread of coronavirus. At least four American evacuees from China who arrived Wednesday at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego were hospitalized after showing signs of coronavirus, the pneumonia-like illness that began in the Chinese city of Wuhan and has since sickened more than 28,000 worldwide. Of the 167 evacuees who arrived at the military base, three adults and one child were taken to local hospitals with a fever or a cough, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) media advisory. Two of the patients were taken to UC San Diego Health hospital (UCSD) while one adult and the child were transported to Rady Children’s Hospital.

infrared fever thermometer - HOW PAST OUTBREAKS SHAPED CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE IN US Dr. Francesca Torriani, medical director of infection prevention and clinical epidemiology at UCSD, told the San Diego Tribune the patients would be isolated in a “negative pressure” room that prevents the inside air from escaping. Anyone who enters the room will wear protective gear such as gloves, face masks or goggles and N95 respirators. She said protocol was similar to caring for a patient with the flu. Officials at Rady Children’s Hospital are taking similar measures, according to the news outlet.