New Coronavirus Can Spread Among Humans, But It Started in a Wildlife Market 

HISTORY APPEARS TO be repeating itself.Almost 20 years ago, a virus appeared in wildlife markets in southern China, and it was unlike any the world had seen. It was winter 2003, and sufferers complained of fever, chills, headache, and dry coughs—all symptoms you might expect during cold and flu season.

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