Wuhan Virus Cases Reported in All 50 United States Just Tip-of-the-Iceberg of Infections Rapid Spread Since Inception


The number of Americans who have reported flu-like symptoms and then have tested positive for the wuhan virus, in all 50 states, is just the tip of the iceberg of the number of Americans carrying or have carried the virus, which is highly contagious and has been spreading in the U. S. since December when thousands of carriers flew in from China (and Europe), the deaths by the wuhan before it was identified and made infamous having been chocked-up to the flu or chronic illness. Consider the mini-outbreaks in small towns in the U. S. Midwest, indicating those communities too have been widely infected but with few deaths, in those regions of the Country having low population densities.