How the world has reacted to the coronavirus outbreak
A wave of panic has swept through the world, with a series of warnings that it could take months to contain the virus.
The world’s biggest airlines are scrambling to get their planes ready, and people are being warned not to leave their homes until the disease has gone.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the pandemic a global health emergency.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has been working on a plan to evacuate its air traffic controllers and other flight personnel.
There are also fears that a global pandemic will hit Europe, Asia and the United States.
In Europe, airlines have begun issuing travel advisories, with some cancelling tickets, while others have cancelled flights altogether.
More: The world has taken its first step towards a pandemic, according to the CDC.
Here are some of the facts and figures:The WHO has also declared the world’s pandemic the greatest public health emergency in history.
The virus, which causes respiratory illness, has killed more than 4 million people worldwide, according the WHO.
More on the world:The coronaviruses were first detected in the Philippines in early February, but the virus spread quickly throughout the world.
The WHO says the virus is now known to be airborne, meaning that it can infect anyone who breathes it.