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Coronavirus Live Updates: Fact Sheet and latest from China and Worldwide

Naveed Arshad

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Live Updates– National Health Commission
China – Suspected Cases: 5794
China – Confirmed Cases: 2858
China – Death: 82
China – Cured: 59
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Worldwide Scenario

  • Foreign Cases – 201 (Suspected) ; 43 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 3 (Cured)
  • Thailand – 8 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 2 (cured)
  • Australia – 5 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)
  • United States – 5 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)
  • Singapore – 4 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)
  • Japan – 4 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 1 (cured)
  • Malaysia – 4 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)
  • Korea – 4 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)
  • France – 3 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)
  • Vietnam – 2 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)
  • Nepal – 1 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)
  • Canada – 1 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)
  • Combodia – 1 (Confirmed) ; 0 (Death) ; 0 (cured)

Step taken to control Infection

1. Wuhan and nearby city shutdown in China. No transport running
2. People are advised to stay inside home and avoid public gathering in China
3. Countries started screening of air passengers for any signs of virus and have deployed medical teams on their airports.
4. USA and France have planned to airlift and special bus service, UK and Spain are waiting for permission to airlift their citizens. China extends holidays.
5. China will ensure ample supplies to Wuhan’s markets and maintain price stability.
6. About 100,000 people could be infected with the new coronavirus around the world, UK experts have warned.
Worldwide Coronovirus Spread Map

Virus History

31 December: China alerts the WHO about a spate of pneumonia-like cases in Wuhan
1 January: The seafood/animal market believed to be at the centre of the outbreak is closed
9 January: WHO says the infection is caused by a new type of coronavirus
11 January: First death confirmed
13 January: Virus spreads abroad, with a suspected case in Thailand
16 January: A case in Japan is confirmed
17 January: Second death – a 69-year-old in Wuhan
20 January: Number of cases triples to more than 200, and outbreak spreads to Beijing, Shenzhen and Shanghai; third death confirmed; Chinese officials confirm human-to-human transmission
21 January: US authorities announce the first case in North America – a man who had visited Wuhan
22 January: Death toll climbs to nine, with more than 400 cases confirmed. Medical Emergency declared in China and other countries started precautionary measures

Young Environment Scientist (originally from Pakistan) currently living and working in Aberystwyth University, UK. Working collaboratively with young scientists from Thailand, China, Pakistan, India, United Kingdom and United States of America on multidisciplinary research of climate change impacts on agriculture and plant biodiversity. He loves to share his ideas on Science & Technology, Sports, Lifestyle & Health, Entertainment and Politics here at Clout News.

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