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In the US, it is going to boost, the staff of nearly two dozen major cities in an attempt to make it to the screen, almost all the passengers who are traveling in China, such as the corona virus to spread, a report has said.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said that the increase in the travel-alert Level 3 on Monday, recommending travelers to “avoid non-essential travel to China.”

Concern about the virus has been spreading rapidly from nature, have prompted the CDC to increase the staffing at the 20 U.S. airports that have quarantine facilities, the Washington Post reported.

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Medical workers in protective clothing are to talk to a woman is suspected of being ill with the feline corona virus at a community health station in Wuhan, central China’s Hubei Province, on Monday. The State Department is urging Americans to reconsider travel to China. (Chinatopix, via AP)

China’s minister of health Ma Xiaowei reportedly said on Sunday the virus could be transmitted by an infected person before the symptoms appear, which may have an impact on how the U.S. screens people in China.

“If people are able to transmit and infect it without any symptoms at all, and that has a big impact on how you screen people,” Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told the Washington Post.

Passengers from Hubei province were screened at the five test airports — with a 20-airport-expansion-to-begin-in the next few days, according to the outlet.

Map highlights the areas with the cases of the new corona virus.;

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Upon arrival to the United States of america, travelers from China will be able to ask questions in order to determine whether or not they will have to undergo a health screening,” the CDC said. Travel with the signs and symptoms of illness (fever, cough or difficulty in breathing) will be an additional medical examination.”

China’s ministry of finance and the National Health Commission, allegedly paid $8.74 billion for the spread of the virus, a ministry statement said, according to Reuters.

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The outlet is reported to be in Germany for the first declared cases of the deadly virus and to let it in on Monday, Starnberg, is a beautiful city in the 19 miles to the south-west of Munich, germany. The patient is said to be in “good condition” and is in isolation under medical observation.

The virus has killed 80 people in China and infected thousands, sending authorities scrambling to contain the outbreak. Wuhan, the city where it all started, and is effectively placed in quarantine, along with 17 other cities and towns, impact on the economy of mainland China and 50 million people.

Five cases have been reported in the united states. Us health officials said that there were 110 defendants in 26 states such as the outbreak continues.

Fox News’ Louis Casiano contributed to the report

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