In reply to @cnni
Airports around the world are increasing health screenings and implementing new quarantine procedures as officials race to slow the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus cnn.it/3aCBui4 pic.twitter.com/xT5VXoMeQG
@cnni | 10,816,513 followers
Replying to @cnni
Scientists at Imperial College London estimate that around 4,000 people are likely to have been infected by the Wuhan coronavirus in Wuhan city alone as of January 18 cnn.it/2utgmtL

Tweet Engagement Stats

Stats are based upon replies and quotes of this tweet

Engagement Map

Quotes
Replies
Retweets
Trendsmap

Replies and Quotes

Total of 8 replies and 7 quotes found
นักวิทยาศาสตร์จาก Imperial College London ประเมิณว่าอาจจะมีผู้ติดเชื้อโคโรนาไวรัส สูงถึง 4,000 คน ในเมืองอู่ฮั่น และเชื่อว่าตัวเลข 500 คน ที่จีนรายงานนั้นน้อยเกินไป
 
In reply to @cnni
Macao’s Government Tourism Office has announced all Lunar New Year festivities are being canceled “due to the Wuhan coronavirus," as its Health Bureau confirms a second case of the virus cnn.it/38yqmAY
 
If this is really the case then the number of infected could be in the tens of thousands already , and we may not know about this as the incubation period (time until the virus symptoms begin to appear) is ~ 2 weeks
#Wuhan #NovelCoronavirus
 
In reply to @cnni
This model is drivel and should not be repeated. We have no idea yet how the virus is transmitted over what distance or within what tempersture rsnge. Assumptions made in these areas to build the model are just guesses. What we need are scientific answers to these questions.
 
 
I’m sorry, but what?
 
In reply to @cnni
how come china was not able to contain the virus?
 
What a calamity.
 
In reply to @cnni
does anyone know any comparisons in spreadibility, like in terms of the flu or other viruses
 
In reply to @cnni
Send trump to take care of it!!
 
In reply to @cnni
And the masks have been sold out in China. pic.twitter.com/qqOOAtiR6j
 
 
Over 3 replies and quotes not shown

Retweeters

90 retweeters not shown
Register for Trendsmap Access
Login via Twitter to start your free trial now

Don't have a Twitter account? You can also register via Facebook or Instagram

* Analytics, alert and visualisation tools require additional authorisation
Existing users can login

Our trial allows access to only the 8 hour timeframe for this page.

A Trendsmap Plus subscription provides full access to all available timeframes

Signup Now