Perfect storm of coronavirus in Korea

I spoke with American virology expert Dr. Hakim Djaballah Friday morning about the COVID-19 outbreak in Korea. In New York, where he is based after stint as head of the Institut Pasteur Korea, he repeated: «This is bad.» He was referring to a cluster of cases in Daegu and the first death in Korea from the Wuhan pneumonia epidemic. Djaballah described the Daegu outbreak as a case of «community transmission,» by which the disease can jump to pandemic proportions. It is because members of a community eat, drink and play together and live close, meaning a greater chance of contraction and contagion.

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