China May Have Identified Patient Zero in the Coronavirus Outbreak | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY |
The COVID-19 outbreak didn’t make a huge international splash until late January, when China quarantined the entire city of Wuhan, where the epidemic had emerged — now, evidence is emerging that the disease started spreading in late 2019.

Notably, the South China Morning Post is now reporting that Chinese authorities may have identified “patient zero” — the first human, in other words, to catch the SARS-CoV-2 virus — in an infection that dates back to mid-November.