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U.S. confirms its first person-to-person coronavirus transmission

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As you just heard on CBS Illinois health officials are reassuring the public that despite the first person to person transmission of the coronavirus in the US the general public is not at risk Chicago public health department commissioner Alison awarded G. notes that the second victim is the husband of the Chicago woman who contracted the virus in China you do not have sign of spread in the general public at this time and there is no local emergency I'm ready says health officials are monitoring health care workers and others who have been in contact with the couple both of whom are in isolation and in stable condition email is a losing currently living in Taiwan says that she is taking precautions to keep from getting the corona virus Stephanie Davis teaches English in Taiwan where she has lived for several years now just following the news and taken the precautions that they shared washing your hands with soap which is something I normally do staying away from