Fri. Feb 21st, 2020

Deadliest day in china

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The highest number in a single day since the crisis began in January.

89 deaths in one day in china and total confirmed 37.198

The province at the centre of the outbreak – the toll is now higher than the 774 killed worldwide by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome in 2002-2003, according to figures released Sunday.The latest data came after the World Health Organisation said numbers were \”stabilising\” – but warned it was too early to make any predictions about whether the virus 

According to the World Health Organization, the death rate for the SARS epidemic was 9.6% — so for every 10 people who got it, on average one would die.

 

here is where the numbers currently stand:

 

  • Australia (at least 15 cases)
  • Belgium (at least 1 case)
  • Cambodia (at least 1 case)
  • Canada (at least 7 cases)
  • Finland (at least 1 case)
  • France (at least 11 cases)
  • Germany (at least 13 cases)
  • Hong Kong (at least 26 cases, 1 death)
  • India (at least 3 cases)
  • Italy (at least 3 cases)
  • Japan (at least 90 cases, including 64 in cruise ship quarantine)
  • Macao (at least 10 cases)
  • Malaysia (at least 16 cases)
  • Nepal (at least 1 case)
  • Philippines (at least 3 cases, 1 death)
  • Russia (at least 2 cases)
  • Singapore (at least 40 cases)
  • South Korea (at least 25 cases)
  • Spain (at least 1 case)
  • Sri Lanka (at least 1 case)
  • Sweden (at least 1 case)
  • Taiwan (at least 17 cases)
  • Thailand (at least 32 cases)
  • United Arab Emirates (at least 7 cases)
  • United Kingdom (at least 3 cases)
  • United States (at least 12 cases)
  • Vietnam (at least 13 cases)

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