The coronavirus claimed its first victim outside of China this past weekend, as a 44-year-old man in the Philippines died from the virus that recently originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The number of U.S. cases has grown to eight, and quarantine centers have popped up across the country for travelers who screened positive for the illness. But doctors and other experts say it is the flu that people should be most concerned about, and the data support this. "Panic doesn't help anything," Dr. Vanessa Raabe, assistant professor of pediatric infectious diseases at NYU Langone Health, told Yahoo News. "We need to be precautious and get information as best we can."