UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — In December, a new SARS-like virus appeared in China and its symptoms are similar to those of pneumonia. The Corona virus soon spread to several countries from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the source of the virus, so what are the countries that officially announced the registration of infections on their territories?
About 1,300 people have been infected with the new Corona virus, most of them in China, of whom 41 have died, according to the latest official toll. After the first virus appeared in the Chinese city of Wuhan, across the border and recorded infections in other countries, the following is a list of countries that announced the detection of confirmed infections on their territories.
It revealed the French Ministry of Health and the presence of three Corona virus infections emerging to declare that the virus to enter Europe.
Health Minister Anis Bouzin said the first case involved a patient who had been hospitalized in Bordeaux and the other two in Paris, stressing that the authorities would do their best to “limit” the spread of the virus.
Australia confirmed the emergence of the first four cases in which the new Corona virus was infected in two cities today, while the country’s top health official said he expected more cases as Australia is a major destination for Chinese tourists.
Malaysia announced on Saturday its first three confirmed cases of the Coronavirus. The Minister of Health, Zafel Ahmed, said the three infected people are Chinese and have a close relationship with the 66-year-old man, who has been confirmed by Singapore health authorities that tests for the virus have been positive.
The first injury in South Korea was a 35-year-old Chinese, who arrived in Seoul on January 19 aboard a plane from Wuhan. Also, a 50-year-old woman, working in Wuhan, was injured.
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 contacted himself with the emergency services on January 19 after symptoms appeared. His condition is described as satisfactory.
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.”
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 home a few days before Wuhan.
On January 24, another case of forty residents in Wuhan was registered, arriving in Japan on the 19th.
The first case was announced on January 24 in Nepal, by a student who returned on January 9th.
Singapore announced on January 23 the first injury suffered by a 66-year-old man, 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. So was the case of fifty, who lived in Wuhan, arrived on January 21.
The first case, recorded in Taiwan of a 50-year-old woman, arrived from her residence in Wuhan on January 20, and was suffering from fever, coughing and pain in the throat.
The first injury outside China was recorded in Thailand on January 8, for a woman returning from a visit to Wuhan. Since then, three other cases have been recorded, which raises the injuries to four: Three Chinese from Wuhan and a Thai visited this city. Two Chinese recovered and returned to their countries.
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.
Two people, Zara Wuhan, are being treated and treated in Hong Kong.
On January 22, the Macao authorities announced the injury of a woman, a 52-year-old businesswoman who arrived three days ago by train from Zhuhai, China. A second injury has been recorded since.
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