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Chantal B.E.M. Reusken, Eeva K. Broberg, Bart Haagmans, Adam Meijer, Victor M. Corman, Anna Papa, Remi Charrel, Christian Drosten, Marion Koopmans, Katrin Leitmeyer and on behalf of EVD-LabNet and ERLI-Net
Timely detection of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) infection cases is crucial to interrupt the spread of this virus. We assessed the required expertise and capacity for molecular detection of 2019-nCoV in specialised laboratories in 30 European Union/European Economic Area (EU/EEA) countries. Thirty-eight laboratories in 24 EU/EEA countries had diagnostic tests available by 29 January 2020. A coverage of all EU/EEA countries was expected by mid-February. Availability of primers/probes, positive controls and personnel were main implementation barriers.
Sibylle Bernard Stoecklin, Patrick Rolland, Yassoungo Silue, Alexandra Mailles, Christine Campese, Anne Simondon, Matthieu Mechain, Laure Meurice, Mathieu Nguyen, Clément Bassi, Estelle Yamani, Sylvie Behillil, Sophie Ismael, Duc Nguyen, Denis Malvy, François Xavier Lescure, Scarlett Georges, Clément Lazarus, Anouk Tabaï, Morgane Stempfelet, Vincent Enouf, Bruno Coignard, Daniel Levy-Bruhl and Investigation team
A novel coronavirus (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, SARS-CoV-2) causing a cluster of respiratory infections (coronavirus disease 2019, COVID-19) in Wuhan, China, was identified on 7 January 2020. The epidemic quickly disseminated from Wuhan and as at 12 February 2020, 45,179 cases have been confirmed in 25 countries, including 1,116 deaths. Strengthened surveillance was implemented in France on 10 January 2020 in order to identify imported cases early and prevent secondary transmission. Three categories of risk exposure and follow-up procedure were defined for contacts. Three cases of COVID-19 were confirmed on 24 January, the first cases in Europe. Contact tracing was immediately initiated. Five contacts were evaluated as at low risk of exposure and 18 at moderate/high risk. As at 12 February 2020, two cases have been discharged and the third one remains symptomatic with a persistent cough, and no secondary transmission has been identified. Effective collaboration between all parties involved in the surveillance and response to emerging threats is required to detect imported cases early and to implement adequate control measures.
Benjamin J Cowling and Gabriel M Leung
Coronavirus -- ChinaAs the world watches the rapid spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV [SARS-CoV-2]) outbreak, it is important to reflect on the lessons that can be learned from this and previous emerging zoonotic viruses (EZV) in a comparative and analytic way. Although the source of 2019-nCoV is yet to be confirmed, early findings suggest a high possibility of a bat origin. There have been 6 major EZV outbreaks in the past 25 years caused by proven or suspected bat-borne viruses (table)[2-7].
SARS -- ChinaAt 04:00 on [11 Feb 2020], 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported that there were 2015 confirmed cases (1638 cases in Hubei), 871 severe cases (897 cases in Hubei), 97 deaths (94 in Hubei, 1 in Henan, Hunan, and Chongqing), and 3342 suspected cases (1685 in Hubei). On the same day, 744 new cases were cured and discharged (417 in Hubei), and 30 068 close contacts were lifted from medical observation.As of 24:00 on [11
Experts say 41% of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 may have been exposed in the hospital and almost one third of patients were healthcare professionals likely exposed while at work.
Reports on the novel coronavirus come with a bunch of numbers, such as attack rates, fatality rates, R0. As healthcare professionals, we need to understand what these mean. Here's a brief lesson.
Coronavirus -- ChinaAt 04:00 on [10 Feb 2020], 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported that 2478 new cases were confirmed (2097 in Hubei), adding 849 severe cases (839 in Hubei). There were 108 deaths (103 cases in Hubei and 1 each in Beijing, Tianjin, Heilongjiang, Anhui, and Henan) and 3536 suspected cases (1814 in Hubei).On the same day, 716 new cases were cured and discharged (427 cases in Hubei), and 26 724 close contacts were lifted
Coronavirus -- ChinaResearchers in Guangzhou, China, have suggested that pangolins -- long-snouted, ant-eating mammals often used in traditional Chinese medicine -- are the probable animal source of the coronavirus outbreak that has infected more than 30 000 people and is wreaking havoc worldwide.Scientists say that the suggestion, based on genetic analysis, seems plausible, but caution that the researchers' work is yet to be published in full. "This is an extremely interesting observation. Although we need
Coronavirus -- ChinaChina's ability to control a rapidly spreading coronavirus epidemic is under further strain amid fears that a key test used to confirm new cases is failing to catch large numbers of people with the disease. Problems with so-called nucleic acid tests (NATs) widely used to identify the presence of the previously unknown pneumonia-causing virus make it likely that many infections are going uncounted even as the number of confirmed cases continues to spiral.Authorities are still struggling to
Coronavirus -- ChinaAt 04:00 on [8 Feb 2020], 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported that 2656 confirmed cases (2147 cases in Hubei) were newly added, 87 severe cases (52 cases in Hubei) were newly added, and there were 89 deaths (81 in Hubei, 2 in Henan, 1 each in Hebei, Heilongjiang, Anhui, Shandong, Hunan, and Guangxi), and 3916 suspected new cases (2067 in Hubei).On the same day, 600 new patients were discharged from hospital (324 in
Coronavirus -- ChinaAt 04:00 on [7 Feb 2020], 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported that 3399 newly diagnosed cases (2841 in Hubei) and 1280 severe cases (1193 in Hubei) were newly added. There were 86 deaths (81 in Hubei, 2 in Heilongjiang, 1 in Beijing, Henan, and Gansu), and 4214 suspected cases (2073 in Hubei).On the same day, 510 cases recovered and were discharged (298 cases in Hubei), and 26 702 close contacts were lifted from
Health care providers should remain vigilant about possible 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) exposures not only among returning travelers from China, but also among those in close contact with persons with 2019-nCoV in the United States.
A randomized, controlled trial of Gilead's antiviral drug remdesivir is currently underway in China as a possible treatment for the virus.
Coronavirus -- ChinaAt 04:00 on [6 Feb 2020], 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported 3143 newly confirmed cases (2447 in Hubei), and 387 newly recovered cases (184 in Hubei), which were [discharged] on the same day. There were 26 762 close contacts under medical observation. 962 new reports of severe cases (918 in Hubei), 73 new cases of death (69 in Hubei, 1 in Jilin, Henan, Guangdong, and Hainan), and 4833 suspected cases (2622 in
Jantien A Backer, Don Klinkenberg and Jacco Wallinga
A novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is causing an outbreak of viral pneumonia that started in Wuhan, China. Using the travel history and symptom onset of 88 confirmed cases that were detected outside Wuhan in the early outbreak phase, we estimate the mean incubation period to be 6.4 days (95% credible interval: 5.6–7.7), ranging from 2.1 to 11.1 days (2.5th to 97.5th percentile). These values should help inform 2019-nCoV case definitions and appropriate quarantine durations.
Billy J Quilty, Sam Clifford, CMMID nCoV working group, Stefan Flasche and Rosalind M Eggo
We evaluated effectiveness of thermal passenger screening for 2019-nCoV infection at airport exit and entry to inform public health decision-making. In our baseline scenario, we estimated that 46% (95% confidence interval: 36 to 58) of infected travellers would not be detected, depending on incubation period, sensitivity of exit and entry screening, and proportion of asymptomatic cases. Airport screening is unlikely to detect a sufficient proportion of 2019-nCoV infected travellers to avoid entry of infected travellers.
Eurosurveillance editorial team
Coronavirus -- ChinaFrom [4 Feb 2020] to [5 Feb 2020], 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported 3694 new confirmed cases, 261 new cured cases, and 21 365 close contacts who were released from medical observation on the same day. There were 640 new severe cases, 73 new deaths (70 in Hubei Province, 1 in Tianjin, 1 in Heilongjiang, and 1 in Guizhou), and 5328 new suspected cases.As of 24:00 on [5 Feb 2020], 31 provinces (autonomous regions,
CDC, multiple other federal agencies, state and local health departments, and other partners are implementing aggressive measures to slow transmission of 2019-nCoV in the United States, be ready if widespread transmission occurs, and work on medical countermeasures.
A retrospective study on 99 novel coronavirus cases was published in last week. The findings could guide action in other cases and aid clinicians in creating treatment plans for those afflicted.
Healthcare workers throughout the world face a challenge to recognize and respond to potential cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) that emerged from Wuhan, China.
Coronavirus -- ChinaAt 04:00 on [4 Feb 2020], 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported 3887 newly confirmed cases (3156 cases in Hubei Province), and 431 new severe cases (377 cases in Hubei Province). There was an increase of 65 death cases (65 cases in Hubei Province), 262 newly recovered cases (125 cases in Hubei Province), and 3971 suspected cases (1957 cases in Hubei Province).As of 24:00 on [4 Feb 2020], the National Health and Health
Coronavirus -- China
Coronavirus -- ChinaAt 04:00 on [3 Feb 2020], 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported 3235 newly confirmed cases (2345 in Hubei Province) and 492 severe cases (442 in Hubei Province). There were 64 death cases (64 cases in Hubei Province), 157 newly recovered cases (101 cases in Hubei Province), and 5072 suspected cases (3182 cases in Hubei Province).As of 24:00 on [3 Feb 2020], the National Health and Health Commission has received a
A presidential proclamation is in place that bars US entry to foreign nationals who have visited mainland China within the past 14 days; the ban does not apply to travelers from Hong Kong and Macao.
Coronavirus, Polio, Meningitis, Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Dengue, Other Human Disease, Typhus, Hepatitis B, Chikungunya, Zika virus, Mumps, Measles, Rubella, Yellow Fever, West Nile Virus, Cytomegalovirus, HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Chagas, Avian Influenza, Legionnaires', Whooping Cough, Hepatitis E, Tick-borne Encephalitis, Hepatitis C -- ChinaThe continuing 2019-nCoV epidemic threat of novel coronaviruses to global health: the latest 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China.David S Hui, Esam I Azhar, Tariq A Madani, Francine Ntoumi, Richard Kock, Osman Dar, et al.Int J Infect Dis. 2020; 91(Feb): 264-266.Extra time and penalties in the polio endgame.Melinda Suchard, Oyewale Tomori, Lucille BlumbergInt J Infect Dis. 2020; 91(Feb): 252-254.Original reportsBacterial
International Congress on Infectious Diseases (ICID) 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
20.02.2020 - 23.02.2020
Dansk Selskab for Intern Medicin (DSIM) årsmøde og overrækkelse af Hagedorn prisen 2020
Novo Nordisk Fonden, Tuborg Havnevej 19, 2900 Hellerup
Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) 2020
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Når CROI går i fisk - med transmissioner fra CROI 2020
10.03.2020 - 11.03.2020
World TB day 2020
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Retningslinjer til sundhedsprofessionelle vedr. håndtering af infektion med zikavirus (2019)
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Yield, Efficiency and Costs of Mass Screening Algorithms for Tuberculosis in Brazilian Prisons
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Detecting Tuberculosis in Prisons: Switching Off the Disease at its Source
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