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Patients infected with Coronavirus are vomiting blood and dying from organ failure according to online reports.

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Experts are warning the deadly coronavirus is “evolving and mutating”, with infected people now reported to be coughing up blood.

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The virus has been spreading across the world, having first emerged in the city of Wuhan where dozens of people have died.

Several Coronavirus  patients are now in Chicago.

Doctors in Chicago are now texting their patients telling them not to go outside unless they have a medical mask on according to one twitter user.

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However, the death toll is thought to be much higher after disturbing images and videos have emerged of citizens collapsing on the street and corse-strewn hospitals.

The Chinese Government may have also hinted at the scale of the outbreak after starting to build two emergency medical facilities that will be ready to treat people in the next few days.

And the virus is said to be mutating, with Gao Fu, the director-general of China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention, warning the strain is adapting and mutating as it spreads.

The virus has already reached Europe and the United States, with fears they are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of infected people.

Nobuhiko Okabe, the head of the Kawasaki City Institute for Public Health, has also said the SARS-like virus is being turned into an epidemic by “super spreaders” – patients who are infecting large numbers of people.

This was a view backed by Australian health officials who said the virus is “evolving” after a number of cases were confirmed in the country.

More shocking symptoms have also been recorded in the last 24 hours.

According to people inside virus-hotspot Wuhan, victims who are spitting blood have been turned away from hospitals that are “overwhelmed”.

Scientists are now desperately trying to map out the virus and urgently develop a vaccine.

Molecular biologist Kristian Andersen of Scripps Research, an expert on viral genomes, said: “The genetics can tell us the true timing of the first cases”, explaining it may have started earlier than officials have stated.

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She added: “It can also tell us how the outbreak started – from a single event of a virus jumping from an infected animal to a person or from a lot of animals being infected. And the genetics can tell us what’s sustaining the outbreak – new introductions from animals or human-to-human transmission.”

Suspected coronavirus victims coughing up blood have been turned away from “overwhelmed” hospitals where nurses have broken down in tears begging for corpses to be moved.

The harrowing news was revealed by a resident of the locked down Chinese city of Wuhan who told how she spent a week taking her ailing husband from one hospital to another.

Despite him hacking up blood, the 36-year-old woman, who gave her name as Xiaoxi, told the South China Morning Post they had been told to go away by four hospitals.

The medical centers all claimed to be out of space and unable to perform any tests having been completely overwhelmed by the scale of the virus.

Xiaoxi told it was like “doomsday” as she desperately sought medical help for her husband.

She said: “The first hospital told us to go home and gave us some flu medicine. But my husband’s fever continued and we ending up going from hospital to hospital only be told to go home with some antibiotics.

A number of hospitals are said to be overwhelmed by the scale of the outbreak (Image: STRINGER/EPA-EFE/REX)

“My husband hasn’t eaten much for days and his condition kept getting worse. And people just keep dying, no one is taking care of the bodies. If this goes on like this, we will all be doomed.”

The 36-year-old, who took video inside one hospital showing bodies littering ward floors covered by flimsy sheet, told how some staff appeared to be at breaking point.

She said: “I handed a pack of tissues to a nurse. She was crying as she tried to get some people to come and move the bodies but no one responded.”


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So far 41 people have died from the virus while more than 1,000 cases have been confirmed worldwide.

None have yet been confirmed in the UK by health officials have warned it is highly likely we could be hit.

China has locked down an unprecedented 36 million people – preventing them accessing transport services.

The previously unknown strain is believed to have emerged late last year from illegally traded wildlife at an animal market in Wuhan.

Experts think it could have come from either snakes or bats – with harrowing footage of Chinese ‘delicacies’ such as bat soup emerging.

The World Health Organisation said that while the outbreak was an emergency for China, it was not yet a global health emergency.


Symptoms include fever, cough and difficulty breathing.

The SARS-like virus has been all but confirmed as linked to bats

Experts have also but confirmed the virus has come from bats after looking at it under a microscope – making it even more similar to SARS.

The Wuhan Institute of Virology stated: “It was found that nCoV-2019 is 96% identical at the whole genome level to a bat coronavirus.

“The pairwise protein sequence analysis of seven conserved non-structural proteins show that this virus belongs to the species of SARSr-CoV. The nCoV-2019 virus was then isolated from the bronchoalveolar lavage fluid of a critically ill patient, which can be neutralized by sera from several patients.

“Importantly, we have confirmed that this novel CoV uses the same cell entry receptor, ACE2, as SARS-CoV.”

Just days ago, photos and videos emerged of people in the city eating bat-based dishes, including soup, with the animal considered a delicacy.

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