Updates – Coronavirus in China

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16 February 2020

Report from Hubei province for February 16:
  • 1,933 new cases
  • 100 new deaths
166 new cases and 3 new deaths occurred outside of Hubei province in China on February 15, as reported by the National Health Commission (NHC) of China.

15 February 2020

Report from Hubei province for February 15:
  • 1,843 new cases (of which 888 clinically diagnosed)
  • 139 new deaths
193 new cases and 3 new deaths, occurring outside of Hubei province in China on February 14, have been reported by the National Health Commission of China.

14 February 2020

Report from Hubei province for February 14:
  • 2,420 new cases (including 1,138 clinically diagnosed)
  • 139 new deaths (including 34 clinically diagnosed)
The National Health Commission of China, in its February 14 official reportdeducted 108 previously reported deaths and 1,043 previously reported cases from the total in Hubei Province due to “repeated statistics.” We have updated the daily (Feb. 12 and Feb. 13) and cumulative totals accordingly.

13 February 2020

3 new cases in Hong Kong include a mother and her 37-years old son who had dinner with three earlier cases at a restaurant in North Point on January 26.

12 February 2020

Report from Hubei for Feb. 12: 14,840 new cases and 242 new deaths. [original document]

11 February 2020

“We now have a name for the #2019nCoV disease: COVID-19. I’ll spell it: C-O-V-I-D hyphen one nine – COVID-19″ –@DrTedros#COVID19building’s piping system is being investigated as a potential cause of airborne transmission via feces in Hong Kong after the 42nd case, who lives 10 stories below the 12th confirmed case, was confirmed on February 10. 2 new cases in Singapore, 7 new cases in Hong Kong 

10 February 2020

  • 3 new cases in Hong Kong.
  • 2 new cases in Singapore, including a two year-old Singapore citizen who was evacuated from Wuhan. Update on 45 patients: 7 discharged, 7 in critical condition in ICU.

09 February 2020

The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has surpassed MERS With 906 deaths as of February 10,  (final toll of 858 deaths in 2012).