WHO warns of human-to-human transmission of SARS-like virus

05/13/2013 | Guardian (London), The · CBS News

Evidence appears to show that a novel SARS-like coronavirus can be spread among humans after sustained contact, according to an official with the World Health Organization. Meanwhile, a second person in France was diagnosed with the illness, which is thought to have killed 18 people so far. The person shared a hospital room with a man who had France's first reported case of the illness.

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