China has sent 217 medical rescue groups totaling 25,633 personnel to Hubei province to fight the outbreak.
First case reported in Africa after the Egyptian Health Ministry confirms non-Egyptian patient who recently traveled to China
Hubei health officials report 2,420 new cases and 139 new deaths for Feb. 14
NHC officials report an additional 4 deaths and 2,641 cases.
China warns of incoming case surge
China says 1,716 medical workers have been infected
WHO demands to know more about sick doctors, insists group of 12 virus experts will reach Beijing over the weekend
Singapore reports largest daily jump in cases amid increased human-to-human transmission
Egypt confirms first case; virus now present in 29 countries/territories
Hong Kong reports 3 new cases
New quarantine measures take effect in Wuhan
President Xi touts new “biosecurity law”
Hong Kong Disney land offers space for quarantine
Chinese company says blood plasma of recovered patients useful in combating the virus
US mulling new travel restrictions
Japan reports 4 new cases; one patient recently returned from Hawaii.
CDC Director: Virus is “Coming” to the US.
5 presumptive cases reported in British Columbia
Toll of infected passengers and crew aboard ‘the Diamond Princess’ climbs to 218
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Update (2200ET): China has sent 217 medical rescue groups totaling 25,633 medical rescue personnel to Hubei province, 20,374 of whom are from local areas, according to the Global Times. This exceeds the number sent to support the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake which killed over 80,000 people.
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Update (1900ET): The NHC has followed up the officials from Hubei with revised nation-wide figures.
Nationwide, officials reported another 4 deaths, and another 2,641 cases, bringing the nationwide total as of end of day Friday to 66,492.
CHINA HAD 143 DEATHS FROM CORONAVIRUS FEB. 14, STATEMENT SAYS
CHINA ADDS 2,641 NEW CONFIRMED CORONAVIRUS CASES ON FEB. 14
CHINA SAYS TOTAL CORONAVIRUS CASES RISE TO 66,492
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Update (1800ET): Here are the confirmed numbers out of Hubei for Feb. 14, Ying Yong’s first day as …
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