A follow up to the nCoV post with update on on the Bird Flu in China. Apparently the H7N9 virus can be also transmitted by airborne exposure. More disturbing is that it takes a while before symptoms can be seen. That mean it can be transmitted to many by a infected person who travels or is in busy crowded places.
A similar virus the H1N1, the Spanish Influenza 1918 of killed more soldiers than the World War I.
More at: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-23/chinas-bird-flu-goes-airborne