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China announces rise in death toll from corona virus to 106 people


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at

China said Tuesday that the death toll from the Corona virus has risen to 106. The national health commission said in a statement that the total number of confirmed cases in the country had risen to 4,515 as of January 27.

The public transportation company in the capital, Beijing, announced through its account on Weibo that it would suspend most bus services to the neighboring Hubei province where the virus appeared from Tuesday to contain the outbreak.

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China’s Tibet Autonomous Region announced that all tourist sites would be temporarily closed from Monday to halt the spread of the virus.

While the United States advised its citizens to avoid traveling to China due to the outbreak of the new Corona virus, which first appeared in Wuhan in central China and has so far claimed the lives of 82 people in this country. To “reconsider” any plans to travel to China.

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The Foreign Ministry strongly warned against the danger of heading to Hubei Province, where the city of Wuhan is located, the cradle of the virus that has infected more than 2,700 people in China and has spread out today.

The ministry indicated that it had ordered last week that all of its consular officers and their families leave Wuhan.

The statement added that the ability of the US administration “to provide emergency services to American citizens in Hubei Province is limited”.

CBS news also reported minutes ago that 106 people have died in China from the new virus, officially dubbed “2019 novel coronavirus” (2019-nCoV). More than 4,500 others have been infected in more than a dozen countries, including five confirmed cases in the United States. More than 60 additional people in the U.S. were being tested for the disease.

Public health officials from the U.S. and China have warned people to expect many more infections, and there have been unconfirmed claims from anonymous health workers in China that many thousands more than their government is acknowledging could already be infected.

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