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no contact thermometer, South Korea President Moon Jae-in raised the threat level to red alert, its highest national threat level for the first time in a decade. Fox News' David Aaro and Associated Press contributed to this report.

no contact thermometer - WHO gives coronavirus an official name to help avoid the stigmatization of the disease. Afghanistan health officials on Monday confirmed the country’s first case of coronavirus in the western province of Herat, where a state of emergency has since been declared. A 35-year-old person who recently returned from the Iranian city of Qom is the country’s first case. The person's name and gender have not been revealed, and he or she has since been placed in quarantine. In addition, at least three suspected cases in Afghanistan also traveled to Qom, where two people at the center of Iran’s first cases of the novel virus died last week.

no contact thermometer, HOW DANGEROUS IS CORONAVIRUS?  Since then, Iran has confirmed dozens of cases of the pneumonia-like illness, the majority of which have been reported in Qom. Some 12 people have died, which marks the highest death toll outside of mainland China, according to Reuters.  Overall, some 1,000 Afghans have traveled to Qom in recent weeks, as the city is a popular pilgrimage destination for Shiite Muslims, as per The New York Times. I ask people to try to stay at home and restrict their movements, Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz said, according to Reuters, which added all “air and land movement” to and from Iran was suspended over the weekend.

no contact thermometer - IRAN'S FIRST 2 CORONAVIRUS PATIENTS DIE, STATE MEDIA SAY An outbreak of the virus could be detrimental for Afghanistan’s poor health care system, which has been affected by war and corruption over the years, according to one report.  Nearly 80,000 people have been sickened by a coronavirus globally, according to Monday estimates. Some 2,600 have died.

no contact thermometer - Coronavirus cases spike in South Korea as more than 500 people are diagnosed and 5 have died from the infectious disease. Fears of a global pandemic continue to grow as coronavirus cases spike in several countries, including Italy, South Korea and Iran and the U.S. stock market nosedived early Monday. A staggering 50 people died in the Iranian city of Qom from the new coronavirus in the month of February, Iran's semiofficial ILNA news agency reported on Monday. The new death toll is significantly higher than the latest number of confirmed cases that Iranian officials had reported just a few hours earlier, which stood at just 12 deaths out of 47 cases, according to state TV.