Coronavirus Outbreak FAQ: N95 masks, safe meat, how to stay informed on latest as Covid-19 pandemic spreads further
The Indian government has set up a 24x7 helpline for queries about the virus and its victims, with the number of cases rising quickly in many Asian countries.
People are now focused on what will happen after the quarantine is withdrawn and people once again crowd onto public transport to head to work.
The 'state calamity' alert, declared on 3 February, was withdrawn on Friday after no new cases of infection were detected.
Coronavirus epidemic daily toll from virus tops 100 for first time, exceeds SARS toll; 1,016 killed in China with 2,478 new cases confirmed
China's daily death toll from new virus has topped 100 for the first time, with more than 1,000 total deaths recorded, the health ministry announced Tuesday, as the spread of the contagion shows little sign of abating while exacting an ever-rising cost.
Coronavirus epidemic: Toll rises to 490 in China; 10 on Japanese cruise ship test positive for virus, 3,700 crew, passengers quarantined on-board for 14 days
Deaths from a new virus rose to 490 in mainland China on Wednesday while new cases on a Japanese cruise ship, in Hong Kong and in Thailand showed the increasing spread of the outbreak and renewed attention toward containing it
Coronavirus epidemic: Toll rises to 425 in China with 20,438 total confirmed cases so far; People's Liberation Army's medical teams arrive in Wuhan
The death toll in mainland China from the new type of virus has risen to 425, with the total number of cases now standing at 20,438, officials said Tuesday.
Medical teams from the People’s Liberation Army arrive in Wuhan to relieve overwhelmed health workers, work at the hospital.
Coronavirus epidemic: Toll rises to 360 in China, confirmed cases surge to nearly 17,200; Wuhan sets up makeshift hospital in 10 days
The commission said 2,296 coronavirus infected patients remained in severe condition and 21,558 people were suspected of being infected with the virus. A total of 475 people had been discharged from hospital after recovery.
On 30 January, the WHO declared the outbreak a global health emergency, acknowledging that the disease is a risk beyond China.
The 44-year-old Chinese man from Wuhan was hospitalized with a fever, cough, sore throat and died after developing severe pneumonia.
WHO declares global emergency as China's coronavirus outbreak toll reaches 213; about 100 cases reported in at least 18 other countries so far
The death toll in China from the new coronavirus reached 213 on Friday, with overall cases worldwide rising rapidly in an outbreak that the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global health emergency
Pakistan not to evacuate its citizens from coronavirus-hit Wuhan to show 'solidarity' with China, says special assistant to Prime Minister
Pakistan government has decided not to evacuate its citizens from the coronavirus-hit Wuhan city to show "solidarity" with its all-weather ally, a senior official announced on Thursday.
Coronavirus outbreak: China assures of cooperation in epidemic prevention after Kerala reports first confirmed case in India
The Chinese statement came after a positive case of the deadly coronavirus, which originated in China's Wuhan, was reported in Kerala.
Coronavirus in India: Kerala student studying in China's Wuhan University first confirmed case from India
The student was studying at Wuhan University, has been kept under observation, in Kerala.
With the virus spreading, demands for masks are increasing and UNICEF sent 6000 kgs of masks and protective suits to China.
Coronavirus outbreak in China: From emergency flights to isolation; here's what India, USA, Japan, Australia, EU, and others are doing to evacuate citizens
Many Asian countries – Hong Kong, Thailand, Macau, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia – have people who have been infected.
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Chinese released genome sequence of the virus to help in diagnosis but the real virus help verify all test methods.
Fever and weakness are the typical symptoms of the infection along with ten to 14 days as the incubation period.
They returned from China on 18 January and came to the hospital after developing a cold.
Barring Tibet, all Chinese provinces have confirmed virus cases, posing a major challenge for the health authorities to contain.