Coronavirus death toll rises to 41 in China, more than 1,200 sickened

The death toll from the coronavirus that began in China and has since spread to several other countries, including the United States, rose to 41 while the number of confirmed cases in China increased to over 1,200, authorities said Saturday 작은 아씨들 다운로드.

The uptick comes as China expands its unprecedented lockdown of 39 million people to contain the reach of the pneumonia-like virus 더원 mp3 다운로드.

Cases have been reported in 29 Chinese provinces, with 572 cases alone coming out of Wuhan, where the outbreak began, the South China Morning Post reported 5자리 우편번호 다운로드. Hubei, the province where Wuhan is located, saw 39 deaths as a result of infection, according to data released by local governments.


Chinese officials have scrambled to contain the virus, also known as 2019-nCoV 로마의 휴일 다운로드. A 1,000-bed hospital was being constructed on the outskirts of Wuhan as other facilities in the area became overwhelmed while trying to treat hundreds of cases 기본이력서 다운로드. It is expected to be completed Feb. 3, officials said.

In an effort to curbed the disease, officials have shut down all air, road, ferry and train traffic to and from the city 크롬 대용량 다운로드. A notice from a gas station in Chibi, a city next to Wuhan, said local officials ordered them not serve customers with Wuhan license plates.

The city was granted a $288 million emergency loan from the China Development Bank to assist with virus prevention and treatment, the paper reported 피노키오 다운로드.

More than 20 hospitals in the city have posted statements asking for supplies such as latex gloves, protective goggles, surgical gowns and other medical gear to help deal with the thousands seeking screening for the disease, which can be transferred between people 한글뷰어 2014 다운로드.

Videos circulating online showed throngs of frantic people in masks lined up for examinations, and some complained that family members had been turned away at hospitals that were at capacity Download the application octet stream.

Meanwhile, a second person tested positive for the virus in the U.S. An Illinois woman in her 60s had recently traveled to Wuhan and arrived back home on Jan. 13. She reported possible symptoms a few days later and was admitted to a hospital.

A man in his 30s who was the first confirmed case in the U.S. He is in stable condition at the Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, Wash.


As of Friday, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, the U.S. and Vietnam had all confirmed coronavirus cases. On Friday. Australia announced its first case, a Chinese man in his 50s who returned from China last week.

The outbreak has led to a somber Lunar New Year, China’s most celebrated holiday. Many public events in Beijing and other cities have been canceled. Temples and popular tourist attractions, like Beijing’s Forbidden City and Shanghai Disneyland, have also shut their doors.

Fox News’ Alexandria Hein and The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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