Find Out if You've Traveled With a Coronavirus Patient

By Ryan Gandolfo, February 1, 2020

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For anyone who has traveled by plane or train within the last month, you can input your flight or train number to learn whether a passenger infected by the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was on your trip.

The coronavirus tracker is available on 133.cn – click here or scan the QR code below to access it.

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If you see the following message after inputing the information, then no one on your flight or train is reported to having the coronavirus.

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Screengrab via 133.cn

In addition to confirming whether any of your flights or train rides included infected passengers, you can also see which recent flights have had passengers with the coronavirus by typing in your city.

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Screengrab via 133.cn

As of February 2, there have been at least 14,416 confirmed cases in China, including 331 patients cured and 304 dead.

[Cover image via @Gerbera101/Weibo]

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