CDC issues travel warning for people visiting Wuhan, China
The deadly coronavirus has the Centers for Disease Control issuing a level-three travel warning for people visiting Wuhan, China.
The warning means travelers are urged to avoid all "non-essential travel" to the city.
China is expanding its unprecedented lockdowns to include at least 10 cities with a total of about 33 million people.
The country is struggling to contain the virus that's reached at least 830 cases and killed 26 people.
China’s government is even building a new hospital dedicated to treating infected patients.
Late last night, officials confirmed a patient being watched at a hospital in Hackensack, New Jersey does not have the virus.
The only confirmed U.S. case is in Seattle. However, a Texas student is apparently being investigated for the virus.
The World Health Organization is not calling this a global health emergency.