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Canada has officially announced Saturday that Toronto’s public health authorities have received notification of the first confirmed case of coronavirus in a resident who recently returned from Wuhan, China, and the statement said, “This person is in stable condition and is being treated in hospital.”

Read also: Coronavirus: 52 dead and 129 severe cases with 15 countries confirms infection

Recall that, Russian Deputy Minister of Health, Oleg Salagay confirmed, on Saturday evening, that 7 cases of new Coronavirus had been recorded in Chinese regions bordering Russia, noting that one of them was fatal, and the Deputy Minister said on his account on “Telegram:” as of 21:00 on January 25, Seven new cases of coronavirus (one of them fatal) have been reported in Chinese administrative regions bordering Russia.

Chinese President Jinping stressed that the new Coronavirus is spreading rapidly, and that his country is facing a serious situation.

Read also: China isolates 8 cities as coronavirus 2019-nCoV hotspots expand

The number of victims of the Coronavirus outbreak today reached 52 deaths, while more than 1,372 people have been confirmed infected Worldwide. The Spectator Index revealed in a twitter message.

All new deaths occurred in Wuhan, the epicenter of the virus outbreak, which was effectively isolated physically as China rushed to contain the spread of the virus, the vast majority of cases and all confirmed deaths so far were in China, but the virus was also discovered in Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Japan, Korea Southern, Taiwan, Nepal, France, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, United States, Australia and Canada.

Read also: Corona viruses may originate from bats or snakes

Health officials believe that the virus originally started in a market in Wuhan, where wild animals are trafficked illegally.

The World Health Organization announced that the new Corona virus represented a “state of emergency in China” but declined to declare it an international concern, but the virus continued to spread globally.

Read also: Canada denies having confirmed cases of coronavirus among its citizens

Hailey Warner
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Hailey isn't the biggest fan of Winter, but she's doing her best to embrace the cold weather and snow. You can find her trying out new recipes, playing squash or writing editorials.

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