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Coronavirus, China

Coronavirus Live Updates: South Korea Cases Jump to 156 Infections

The new figures give the country the second largest number of confirmed cases outside mainland China.


—South Korea confirms a coronavirus death and a jump in cases linked to a church —Another 118 deaths were reported in China , raising the toll to 2,236 —'Clusters' in Japan may offer clues on how coronavirus spreads Latest updates:

The new figures give the country the second largest number of confirmed cases outside mainland China .

“Jiang Shan Jiao, when a teacher sexually harasses you, are you forced to drop out of school?” asks a personThe question referred to a recent video, circulated by state-run news media, featuring female medical workers having their heads shaved before marching off to Wuhan, the center of the epidemic. The video was

A group of Russian Cossacks is sending patrols into a Chinatown in the Ural Mountains in search of people who they fear may be spreading the coronavirus,The three-man patrols approach people who sneeze or cough and recommend that they visit a hospital, reported, citing the group’s leader, Gennady Kovalyov. They also hand out face masks in the Chinese neighborhood.

In neighboring Ukraine, residents of a village tried to block a road leading to a rural clinic where Ukrainians evacuated from the Chinese province of Hubei will be quarantined for two weeks.“But there is another danger I would like to mention,” he said in a statement. “The danger of forgetting that we are all human and we are all Ukrainian.”

As the outbreak shuts or slows factories in China, Amazon has responded by making larger and more frequent orders of Chinese-made products that had already been shipped to the United States, trying to keep up its inventory. Some sellers have also reduced their advertising and promotions on the site so they don’t run out of products.

Procter & Gamble says its finances will suffer. China is its No. 2 market.also reducing department store traffic in many major Asian metropolitan areas, “with many stores closed or operating with reduced hours.”Despite the expected drag in the current quarter, the company still stood by its guidance for the fiscal year ending June 30, according to the statement. It said last month that it expected annual sales growth of 4 to 5 percent.

The dollar is climbing as investors seek a safe haven.American stocks and bonds have benefited, as global investors exchanged their currencies for dollars — pushing the value of the dollar higher — and then used those dollars to snap up financial assets.

All 747 crew members remaining aboard the cruise ship Westerdam in Sihanoukville, Cambodia, have been tested for the coronavirus, and none of them were found to be infected, the cruise company, Holland America Line, announced Thursday.The company said there was never any sign of coronavirus aboard the ship, but one passenger, an 83-year-old American woman, was found to have the virus after she departed and was stopped by airport health inspectors in Malaysia.

boasting that he slipped out of his hotel and headed to the airport before his test results had come back.that he arrived home on Monday. He said that he had been “cleared by the C.D.C.” and did not have any symptoms, but regretted his decision because of a backlash on social media.

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson transferred to intensive care

Over 51,000 people in the United Kingdom have tested positive for COVID-19, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince Charles, heir to the British throne.

I honestly don't know who still believes these official figures. Any numbers that come out of China are bound to be false right now. It's in their nature to lie. Read updates in Chinese: 新冠病毒疫情最新消息汇总

Coronavirus live updates: Fed sees risk to global growth, markets face 'pretty serious reckoning'Drones, robots and infrared cameras are on the front lines of the fight against the coronavirus. Here’s a look behind the high-tech push in the hot zone. 1,600 trolls, through technological and manual screening, had identified as many as 606,800 posts online with “sensitive or harmful information,” it said. Their approach was to “timely dispel the online rumors” and “strike powerful blows offline.” Not Gottlieb....again!! I'm switching channel. It appears like tech is better at detecting the existence of a disease versus actually curing it. Overtime, I predict modern tech will help with the cure side as well.

Coronavirus live updates: China's Hubei reports 115 additional deaths China 's Hubei province reported there were 115 additional deaths as of Feb. 20, which brought the total number of COVID-19 fatalities in the region to 2,144. Local funeral homes show they are only actually reporting 6% of actual deaths. bullish

Coronavirus Live Updates: Cambodia Says Cruise Ship Passengers Are Virus-FreeChina revoked the credentials of three Wall Street Journal reporters over an opinion piece about the coronavirus outbreak —Trump said Xi is doing “a very good job” handling the outbreak —Hong Kong reported a second death from the virus Latest updates: Sounds oddly familiar to Trump when he has and actively tries to remove credentials and ban reporters from the White House. Which eventually ended in doing no more press conferences because they couldn’t defend their actions and couldn’t get reporters to stop asking them to If trump thinks China is doing so well maybe he should go visit for a little bit Anything critical (say like fact-check on Trump's issues) won't be tolerated in China?

Coronavirus live updates: Virus hits small business owners, Iran says two test positive for virusAs of Wednesday, more than 75,200 cases of coronavirus have been reported, resulting in at least 2,000 deaths. Parroting CCP propaganda. The numbers are obviously fake.

Coronavirus live updates: Iran confirms two deaths, IMF chief issues warning on global growthAs of Wednesday, more than 75,200 cases of coronavirus have been reported, resulting in at least 2,000 deaths. So a sick person infected 2 days before the quarantine gets on the ship. On day 13 he infects some other passenger. That passenger remains a symptomatic. On day 14 everyone gets released. Infected asymptotic passenger is free to leave. Did I miss something We are worried about the cruise ship people now. 🤯 We will eventually lose this game. It’s only a matter of time.

Coronavirus live updates: Hubei reports another 108 deathsHubei's health authorities reported there were 108 additional fatalities on Feb. 19, bringing the total number of people who died in the province to 2,029. What about developing countries with links to China? No one’s reporting about them. African countries with major Chinese influence must be concerned. africa china coronavavirus HongKong

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