Here is an article describing the characteristic peripheral regions being affected:
Based on the contents, seems like the worries are primarily around false negatives. In the epicenter though, CT scan results showing abnormalities weren’t being recorded as coronavirus-related due to the absence of testing to confirm, so it looks like a helpful blow against bureaucracy.Dr. Joseph Tsang Kay Yan, an infectious disease specialist in Hong Kong, said health authorities in China should use the testing kits more widely to get a clearer picture of the epidemic. He warned that the main disadvantage of using CT scans would be missing patients with mild symptoms, raising the risk of spreading the infection.
In a study published Tuesday by the journal Radiology, researchers found that out of 21 patients with the coronavirus in China last month, three initially had normal chest CT scans. “We can’t rely on CT alone to fully exclude presence of the virus,” said the study’s lead author, Michael Chung, assistant professor in the Department of Diagnostic, Interventional and Molecular Radiology at Mount Sinai Health System in New York.
Man, not even Jesus can save us...
The Catholic Church had already gone into a panic as of last week with spraying us down with rubbing alcohol before and AFTER communion, and the "no singing" rule which made it a pretty dreary affair.
I think the panic is due to Singapore where a whole PILE of cases were contracted in churches- SG has a lot of new-age mega-churches, not sure if these were where the transmission occurred or at smaller churches.