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Countries and regions where infection with the new Corona virus was recorded

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Countries and territories where the SARS-like virus has been registered, since its appearance in the Chinese (central-eastern) city of Wuhan in December.

– China –

About two thousand injuries:

About 2,000 people have contracted the virus, 56 of whom have died, according to the latest official count on Saturday. All the victims were in the Johan region, and four died outside this region.

Five injuries were reported in semi-autonomous Hong Kong. Some of them came back from Wuhan.

– In Macau, five injuries were reported, too. On January 22, the authorities announced the first injury to a 52-year-old businesswoman who arrived three days ago by train from Zhuhai, China.

Thailand

Five injuries:

They are four Chinese from Wuhan and Thai who lived in this city.

In Thailand, the first infection was recorded outside China on January 8, for a woman returning from a visit to Wuhan.

– Australia –

Four injuries were confirmed in Australia on January 25. The first person to catch the infection is a man who arrived in Melbourne from Wuhan a week before. As for the rest, they also visited China.

– Malaysia –

Four cases – four Chinese from Wuhan – came to spend a vacation in Malaysia, including a 66-year-old woman and two boys who arrived two days ago via Singapore, and a man in his 40s entered a bus with a group of Chinese tourists.

– Singapore –

Four injuries.

On January 23, the first injury of a 66-year-old man was announced three days after he arrived from Wuhan suffering from heat and coughing. His 37-year-old son, who was accompanying him, was found to be injured.

A fifty-two-year-old woman living in Wuhan, who arrived on January 21, was also injured. The fourth case was announced on Sunday to a 36-year-old man who arrived on Wednesday.

– France –

Three injuries.

The first in Europe was confirmed on 24 June. One of the injured is in Bordeaux and the other in Paris. The three had traveled to China recently.

– Japan –

Three injuries.

The first case in Japan was recorded for thirty who were hospitalized on January 10 due to a high fever and other symptoms, after returning a few days before Wuhan.

Two other cases were recorded after two tests for two people living in Wuhan.

– Taiwan.

Three injuries, the first of which was a 50-year-old woman, arrived on January 20 from Wuhan, where she lives.

– South Korea –

Three injuries.

The first injury in South Korea was a 35-year-old Chinese, who arrived in Seoul on January 19 on a plane from Wuhan.

Also, two men were injured in the 1950s working in Wuhan, in central China.

– United State –

Three injuries.

A 30-year-old man, who visited the Wuhan region on January 15, was admitted to a hospital not far from Seattle, authorities announced on January 21. The man had returned from Wuhan on January 15.

Another case was registered on January 24 with a 60-year-old who arrived from Wuhan on January 13 and lives in Chicago. The local health authorities say they are “in good clinical condition.”

On Sunday, authorities announced that a third man had been injured in California, who had visited Wuhan.

– Vietnam.

Two hits. Two Chinese were hospitalized on January 17 and 18: a man arrived from Wuhan on January 13 and his son, who lives in Ho Chi Minh, received the infection, authorities announced on January 23.

Nepal

One hit.

The first case was announced on January 24 in Nepal, by a student who returned on January 9th.

– Canada –

Suspected of an injury.

It was spotted by a fifty-year-old man in Toronto, who had resided in Wuhan and returned on January 22.

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