With new outbreaks of COVID-19 reported in countries daily, additional confirmed cases in the U.S., and market turbulence, questions about the disease have increased. While currently the outbreak has not been qualified as a pandemic, both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization say it is likely to reach that level at some point. Coronavirus is a family of viruses commonly found in a number of animals, including bats, camels, cats and cattle. Sometimes, though not often, according to the CDC, coronaviruses can spread from animals to humans. Other examples of this include SARS and MERS.  These diseases cause everything from the common cold to pneumonia and more serious respiratory issues. As of Feb. 11, this respiratory disease has been named COVID-19 (short for “coronavirus disease 19″). The virus that causes this disease is called “SARS-CoV-2.” The symptoms of this coronavirus strain are difficult to differentiate from any other upper respiratory infection. They include fever, cough, some chest pain and shortness of breath.  Based on previous similar illnesses, the CDC believes symptoms are likely to appear between...