BEIJING / SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia (Reuters) – China's coronavirus outbreak shows no signs of peaking with health authorities on Friday when reporting more than 5,000 new cases, while passengers on a cruise ship The calendar was blocked from five countries due to virus concerns eventually appearing in Cambodia.
Community workers and health workers visit a woman at her home as they conduct door-to-door searches to check residents after the new coronavirus outbreak in this country, in Tianjin, China February 12, 2020. The Chinese Daily adopts REUTERS
The news of the virus's first death in Japan has rattled Asian markets, is poised after hoping that the stable epidemic seems to be disrupted by a sharp increase in the number of institutions. on Thursday.
In its latest update, the National Health Commission said it recorded 121 new deaths and 5,090 new land-based coronavirus infections on February 13, bringing the total number of people infected. The disease reaches 63,851 people.
About 55,748 people are currently being treated, while 1,380 people died from flu-like viruses that appeared in Hubei province, Wuhan, in December.
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The new figures give no indication that the disease is near its peak, said Adam Kamradt-Scott, an infectious disease expert at the Center for International Security Research at the University of Sydney.
Based on current trends in confirmed cases, this seems to be a clear sign that while the Chinese …
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