Coronavirus in China

Covid19: Coronavirus fear continues worldwide, the death toll reached 1,765 in China


Covid19: Coronavirus fear is going on worldwide especially in China. Because of this, hundreds of lives are being killed every day in China. Talking about the latest figures, the death toll reached 1,765. Recently, the infection caused the first death outside of Asia. An 80-year-old Chinese woman tourist who went to France died due to coronavirus.


A woman from Hubei province of China went to France on January 16 and was hospitalized on January 25, and she died when infected with Covid19. At the same time, more than 67 thousand people worldwide have been infected with this deadly virus.

According to the latest data released by the Chinese Ministry of Health, the total number of infections 66,492 has been confirmed. The country’s National Health Commission said Friday there were 2,641 new cases. On Saturday, 1,373 patients were discharged from the hospital after being healed. In addition to China, one person was killed in Hong Kong. It has been reported in 56 cases of infection. 10 cases have also been confirmed in Macau.

China is suffering from Covid19, is now afraid of spreading the infection with the ‘cash’. For this reason, it not only banned the use of existing notes and coins in the affected areas but also has accelerated the process of collecting and disinfecting them.

The World Health Organization (WHO) named it Covid19 last year because the coronavirus was reported and responsible for the disease. Chinese health officials say that coronavirus is another form of acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).

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A team of international experts led by the World Health Organization (WHO) arrived in China on Monday (February 10th) to help Chinese health officials to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.

A coronavirus is a large group of viruses, but only six of these viruses infect humans. Its general effects are susceptible, however, due to the outbreak of ‘Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus, which killed about 650 people in China and Hong Kong in 2002-03.

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