China reports 433 new coronavirus cases, 29 deaths on Feb 26
SHANGHAI (REUTERS) - Mainland China reported 433 new cases of coronavirus infections on Feb 26, the National Health Commission said on Thursday (Feb 27), up from 406 on the previous day.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
The number of new deaths stood at 29, the lowest daily rate since Jan 28, and down from 52 on the previous day.Hubei, the central Chinese province at the epicentre of the outbreak, reported 409 new cases and 26 deaths on Wednesday.
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