A health official takes a passenger’s temperature as she arrives at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, Indonesia, Wednesday. Indonesia is screening travelers from overseas for a new type of coronavirus that originated in China. (Tatan Syuflana / The Associated Press)
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A health official takes a passenger’s temperature as she arrives at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, Indonesia, Wednesday. Indonesia is screening travelers from overseas for a new type of coronavirus that originated in China. (Tatan Syuflana / The Associated Press)
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Why Washington state’s health experts aren’t panicking yet about the Wuhan coronavirus

A new virus has health experts puzzled. It has infected more than 1,200 people and killed 41 since being discovered last month in Wuhan, China. And it recently showed up in Snohomish County. But local health experts aren't hitting the panic button just yet. New

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A health official takes a passenger’s temperature as she arrives at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, Indonesia, Wednesday. Indonesia is screening travelers from overseas for a new type of coronavirus that originated in China. (Tatan Syuflana / The Associated Press)
A health official takes a passenger’s temperature as she arrives at an international airport in Indonesia. Indonesia is screening travelers from overseas for a new type of coronavirus that originated in China. (Tatan Syuflana / The Associated Press)
Health

Why Washington state’s health experts aren’t panicking yet about the Wuhan coronavirus

A new virus has health experts puzzled. It has infected more than 1,200 people and killed 41 since being discovered last month in Wuhan, China. And it recently showed up in Snohomish County. But local health experts aren't hitting the panic button just yet. New