Wuhan coronavirus: Video shows scale of trying to treat Wuhan on lockdown - Business Insider

One image from Wuhan shows the sheer scale of trying to treat an entire city on lockdown for coronavirus with no known cure

24.1.2020

One image from Wuhan shows the sheer scale of trying to treat an entire city on lockdown for coronavirus with no known cure

A video captured in a hospital in Wuhan shows people packed into small hallways awaiting treatment for the deadly novel coronavirus.

The New York Times and social media show people packed into small hallways awaiting treatment. As of Friday noon local time, 26 people had died from the Wuhan coronavirus, with over 870 confirmed cases, state media reported. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Footage from Wuhan shows the sheer scale of trying to treat patients while the city is on lockdown, as the number of deaths and confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus rapidly increase. Videos — one from social media and another from The New York Times — captured from hospitals in Wuhan show people packed into small hallways awaiting treatment. Times reporter Chris Buckley tweeted on Friday that while one hospital in Wuhan was "less crowded," the Red Cross Hospital was "packed." —Chris Buckley 储百亮 (@ChuBailiang) Read more: Business Insider

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How the Wuhan virus could impact the economy, according to past outbreaks - Business InsiderThe Wuhan virus, which has infected over 400 people and killed 9 in China, is spreading around the world. A pandemic could affect many businesses.

Photos: Wuhan lockdown amid coronavirus outbreak, road, rail, air shut - Business InsiderFootage and personal accounts from the city at the center of the coronavirus outbreak showed the extreme measures being used to contain the spread. This is like that infection game on mobile but real. Resident evil is coming

Wuhan virus: Flight attendant union says airlines need more precautions - Business InsiderThe American Airlines flight attendant union is calling on US airlines to step up precautions for the deadly Wuhan coronavirus

China stocks plunge after authorities lock down Wuhan to contain the deadly coronavirus | Markets InsiderThe Shanghai Composite Index and the Hang Seng plummeted on Thursday. Traders sell on virus outbreak fears before markets close for the Chinese...

Scale of China’s Wuhan Shutdown Is Believed to Be Without PrecedentIn sealing off Wuhan, a city of 11 million people, China is trying to halt a coronavirus outbreak using a tactic with a complicated history of ethical concerns. “It’s an unbelievable undertaking.' Chinese government is doing the right thing at this critical moment. They take responsibility sharply trying to stop the spread of infection which could be very bad at the Chinese New Year holiday season. The world should see how the government take their leadership A tribulation from God for Uighur carnage Still too late though it's a hard decision. Now we have no choice but quarantine the whole city. Its's clear now the city gov didn't take virus seriously initially, fortunately, the national gov realize the severity and has taken actions. Hopefully, these actions would work.

Breakingviews - Wuhan virus will shape China’s smart city visionOn Breakingviews - The Wuhan epidemic will shape China’s vision of intelligent cities, writes mak_robyn: Breakingviews mak_robyn Research chemical jobs, centres in the wuhan area, it's full of companies universities all dabbling in pushing limits. Breakingviews mak_robyn Ya think? MadeInChina Wuhan Lab 🦠 😷 Breakingviews mak_robyn What, Reuters used this photo for China and Japan?



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