China Coronavirus death toll reaches 1,110 1

China Coronavirus death toll reaches 1,110


Beijing: The number of fatalities from China s new coronavirus epidemic jumped to 1,110 nationwide on Wednesday (Feb 12) after hard-hit Hubei province reported 94 new deaths.

In a daily update, the Hubei provincial health committee also confirmed 1,638 new cases in the central province, which broke out in December.

According to previous government data, more than 44,200 cases have been confirmed throughout China.

The new virus is said to have broken out last year in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, which sells wild animals. Wuhan is the epicenter.

China’s senior medical adviser said Tuesday that the country’s coronavirus outbreak could end in April, and the latest number of new cases could further fuel this optimism.

Hubei, the core province of the outbreak, has actually been blocked and 94 people have reportedly died.

As of Tuesday, 1,068 cases have fallen from a peak of 3,000 new cases on 4 February and the lowest number of new infections since 1,347 reported on 31 January.

The virus was officially called “COVID-19” at a meeting of the World Health Organization in Geneva, and the head of the organization said the country had a chance to stop its spread worldwide.

WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Tuesday that although 99% of cases are in China, where it is still “very urgent”, it also poses a threat to the rest of the world. Very serious threat.

He urged countries to share data to further study the disease.

Chinese authorities fired two senior health officials in Hubei on Tuesday and tens of millions of people have been blocked and restrictions on Wuhan have been tightened since the end of last month.

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