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Doctor dies from Wuhan virus at Hubei hospital

Doctor dies from Wuhan virus at Hubei hospital

25.1.2020

Doctor dies from Wuhan virus at Hubei hospital

WUHAN: A doctor at a hospital in China's Hubei province, the centre of the coronavirus outbreak, has died from the virus, China Global Television ...

Share this content Bookmark WUHAN: A doctor at a hospital in China's Hubei province, the centre of the coronavirus outbreak, has died from the virus, China Global Television Network reported in a tweet on Saturday (Jan 25). Liang Wudong, a doctor at Hubei Xinhua Hospital who had been at the front line of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan city, died from the virus aged 62, it said. Advertisement Advertisement On Saturday, authorities in China announced the number of cases had surged to nearly 1,300 - the majority of which were in Hubei. Health officials in the province also revealed that , bringing the total number of fatalities to 41 since the outbreak began. The disease has spread to 30 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities. Wuhan and in an unprecedented quarantine effort aimed at containing the deadly respiratory contagion, which has spread to several other countries. Advertisement Read more: CNA

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Wuhan virus: Ten cities in China's Hubei province suspend some public transportationBEIJING (REUTERS) - A total of 10 cities in China's central Hubei province have suspended some public transportation over the coronavirus outbreak, the Hubei Daily reported on Friday (Jan 24).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Wuhan virus: China's Hubei province confirms 15 more deaths; death toll at 41WUHAN: China reported 15 more deaths and 180 new cases of coronavirus, according to a statement from the health department of Hubei province on ... .....the death toll stands now at 41 and the whole world is reporting about this.....every year about 61 Thousand people die of the Asian flue, without cities being quarantined or people even hear about it....

Wuhan virus: MFA in touch with 35 Singaporeans in Wuhan, all are safeSINGAPORE - There are 35 Singaporeans in Wuhan who are in touch with Singapore's Foreign Ministry.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Wuhan virus: Singaporean escapes Wuhan hours before lockdownSINGAPORE - While on his way to the railway station to catch a 3.30am train out of Wuhan on Thursday (Jan 23), Singaporean Eric Kng got a surprising alert on his phone: the city would be quarantined and all public transport would cease at 10am.. Read more at straitstimes.com. « The lockdown would have been more effective if imposed earlier » LMAO 😂 the guy left with the last train without considering himself as a potential risk to others What will happen after the Chinese new year ? so many people are going to come back to singapore. How Singapore will be precaution at that time ?

Wuhan virus: Scoot cancels 8 flights between Singapore and WuhanSINGAPORE - Singapore Airlines' budget arm Scoot has cancelled its flights between Singapore and the Chinese city of Wuhan from Thursday (Jan 23) to Monday morning, citing the temporary suspension of all public transport in the Chinese city in the wake of a feared epidemic.. Read more at straitstimes.com. Yes.

Wuhan virus: Avoid travelling to Wuhan, says MOHThis was a notch up from the ministry's advice on Wednesday for people to defer non-essential travel there.. Read more at straitstimes.com.



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