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Wuhan coronavirus: China confirms 2,700 cases, 40 counted elsewhere

Christian Fernsby |
China has confirmed more than 2,700 cases of a new virus, with 80 deaths.

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Topics: WUHAN    CORONAVIRUS    CHINA   

More than 40 cases have been confirmed in other places with virtually all of them involving Chinese tourists or people who visited Wuhan recently.

Cases confirmed as of midday toay Beijing time:

- China: 2,744, with 769 of those newly confirmed in the 24 hours through midnight Sunday. Five are in Hong Kong and two in Macao. Nearly all of the 80 deaths have been in central Hubei province, with four elsewhere in China.

- United States: 5, 2 in southern California and 1 each in Washington state, Chicago, and Arizona.

- Thailand: 8

- Australia: 5

- South Korea: 4

- Japan: 4

- Singapore: 4

- Malaysia: 4

- France: 3

- Taiwan: 3

- Vietnam: 2

- Canada: 1

- Nepal: 1


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