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Neues Coronavirus: Gefahr für Europa?
22.01.20

Neues Coronavirus: Gefahr für Europa?

Die Zahl der Erkrankungen und Todesfälle durch das neuartige Coronavirus nimmt zu - nicht nur in China: Erste Fälle sind auch aus dem Ausland bekannt. Für Europa sehen Behörden und Gesundheitseinrichtungen derzeit jedoch keine große Gefahr.

SHOTLIST PEKING, CHINA22. JANUAR 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Totale People walking towards the Beijing Railway Station2. Totale A man waiting for the subway3. Totale People ciruclating at the subway station4. Totale People inside the subwaySTOCKHOLM, SCHWEDEN18. NOVEMBER 2007QUELLE: SCANPIX SWEDEN5. Foto Undated picture released 18 November 2007 shows the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control ECDC in Stockholm. ECDC works in partnership with national health protection bodies across Europe to strengthen and develop continent-wide disease surveillance and early warning systems. By working with experts throughout Europe, ECDC pools Europe’s health knowledge, so as to develop authoritative scientific opinions about the risks posed by current and emerging infectious diseases. AFP PHOTO / Claus Gertsen / SCANPIXSOLNA, STOCKHOLM MUNICIPALITY, SCHWEDEN14. NOVEMBER 2007QUELLE: AFP6. Foto TO GO WITH AFP STORY 'Face aux perils sanitaires, une cellule europeenne veille' by Sophie MongalvyScientists work at the heart of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control ECDC in Solna, Sweden, 14 November 2007. ECDC works in partnership with national health protection bodies across Europe to strengthen and develop continent-wide disease surveillance and early warning systems. By working with experts throughout Europe, ECDC pools Europe’s health knowledge, so as to develop authoritative scientific opinions about the risks posed by current and emerging infectious diseases. AFP PHOTO / SOREN ANDERSSONSTOCKHOLM, STOCKHOLM MUNICIPALITY, SCHWEDEN9. OKTOBER 2009QUELLE: AFP7. Foto TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY IGOR GEDILAGHINEDenis Coulombier (L) who heads the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control's preparedness and response unit, takes part in a daily meeting on October 9, 2009 in Stockholm. Swine flu is killing fewer people than seasonal flu but is causing greater alarm due to its impact on children and higher healthcare costs, according to Coulombier. He also warned that a second wave of swine flu infections could be expected within weeks. AFP PHOTO / OLIVIER MORINBRÜSSEL, BELGIEN14. MÄRZ 2018QUELLE: AFP8. Foto A picture taken on March 14, 2018 shows European Union flags next to the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, adorned by a banner displaying its name in French, amongst others European languages.WUHAN, HUBEI, CHINA12. JANUAR 2020QUELLE: AFPTV9. Totale members of the Wuhan Hygiene Emergency Response work inside the Seafood market linked to the reported cases of pneumonia10. Totale car enters the Huanan seafood market11. Totale police presence outside the Huanan seafood market12. Nah notice of closure at Huanan seafood market13. Halbnahe members of the Wuhan Hygiene Emergency Response disinfect the Seafood market linked to the reported cases of pneumoniaPEKING, CHINA22. JANUAR 2020QUELLE: AFPTV14. Totale People wearing masks inside the subwayBERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND27. AUGUST 2019QUELLE: AFP15. Foto Picture taken on August 27, 2019 in Berlin shows in the foregreound an old building of the German capital's Charite clinics and behind it a ward building of this medical institution.BERLIN, BERLIN, DEUTSCHLAND20. DEZEMBER 2012QUELLE: AFP16. Foto View taken on December 20, 2012 in Berlin shows the entrance of the Virchow campus of the Charite, one Europe's largest university hospitals. Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, a key figure who has long sought to bridge bitter divides in his war-scarred country, arrived in Germany on December 20, 2012 for treatment after he suffered a stroke. A spokeswoman for Berlin's Charite said he was receiving treatment there but declined to provide further details. AFP PHOTO / DAVID GANNONFRANKFURT/MAIN, HESSEN, DEUTSCHLAND10. APRIL 2018QUELLE: AFP17. Foto A destination board displays cancelled flights at the airport in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on April 10, 2018 as 'warning strikes' by German public sector workers hit transport and other sectors.FRANKFURT/ODER, DEUTSCHLAND21. OKTOBER 2014QUELLE: AFP18. Foto Passengers waiting at counters due to a strike of pilots of German airline Lufthansa at the airport in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on October 21, 2014. AFP PHOTO / DANIEL ROLAND----------------------19.PEKING, CHINA22. JANUAR 2020QUELLE: AFPTV20. Totale Travellers lining up at ticket booths in front of the train station21. Schwenk von links nach rechts travellers wearing face masks and wheeling suitcases in front of train stationTORONTO, ONTARIO, KANADA31. MÄRZ 2003QUELLE: AFP22. Foto Patients put on face masks as they leave the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) clinic setup at Sunnybrook & Women's hospital in Toronto, Canada, on 31 March, 2003. Canada has identified 129 probable or suspect cases of the killer pneumonia virus, including four fatalities, according to the latest report 31 march from the Health Ministry's chief medical adviser Marc-Andre Beaulieu. The last national report had identified 98 probably or suspect cases, including

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