For the first time, a coronavirus infection has been reported outside China as a patient was treated in Thailand.
The Bangkok Post reported on Monday that a Chinese tourist, a 61-year-old woman, infected with coronavirus was being treated in Thailand. Over a dozen other people who were close to the patient on the flight to Thailand were also medically examined, but tested negative for the infection.
The coronaviruses cause respiratory infections in humans, ranging from common cold to pneumonia and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Recently, Chinese scientists reportedly discovered a new kind of coronavirus that they hold responsible for the recent pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan city.
International travel has made it easier these days for pathogens to export their infections across countries and continents. At the same time, it has also provided self-interested entities like the vaccine industry and globalist organizations to scaremonger people into accepting their products and services.