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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Tuesday that they had identified a small number of cases of “covid-19” in 2014. While the CDC’s diagnosis and media release have not specified whether the cases were outbreak of gastroenteritis or a strain of “upper respiratory tract viral gastroenteritis,” according to a CDC statement released on Tuesday, “covid-19” is a relatively common strain of the same virus that caused the 2014 gastroenteritis outbreak in a Prince George’s County public school called Brentwood Elementary School. In the future, investigators can expect outbreaks of gastroenteritis associated with the same strain of “covid-19” virus with or without an overlap of time and geographic locations.
For now, the CDC has traced the origin of the outbreak to a seven-year-old boy in northern California who was diagnosed with C. difficile in late 2014.
So, how many of these cases have we found in the U.S.? According to the CDC’s map, here’s how many cases of “covid-19” have been identified in the US since 2010:
If you want to check for yourself how many cases of “covid-19” are out there, drop a pin in the below map. There are over 150 pins in the map.