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World New virus has infected more than 64,000 people globally

01:20  15 february  2020
01:20  15 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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a man and a woman standing in front of a building: Medical workers in protective suits help transfer suspected coronavirus patients into the Huoshenshan temporary field hospital in Wuhan, in central China’s Hubei province. © Photograph: Xiao Yijiu/AP Medical workers in protective suits help transfer suspected coronavirus patients into the Huoshenshan temporary field hospital in Wuhan, in central China’s Hubei province.

A viral outbreak that began in China has infected more than 64,000 people globally.

The World Health Organisation has named the illness COVID-19, referring to its origin late last year and the coronavirus that causes it. 

The latest figures reported by each government's health authority as of Friday in Beijing:

— Mainland China: 1,380 deaths among 63,851 cases, mostly in the central province of Hubei.

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— Hong Kong: 56 cases, 1 death

— Macao: 10

— Japan: 259, including 218 from a cruise ship docked in Yokohama, 1 death

— Singapore: 67

— Thailand: 33

— South Korea: 28

— Malaysia: 19

— Taiwan: 18

— Vietnam: 16

— Germany: 16

— United States: 15. Separately, one US citizen died in China

— Australia: 14

— France: 11

— United Kingdom: 9

— United Arab Emirates: 8

— Canada: 7

— Philippines: 3 cases, including 1 death

— India: 3

— Italy: 3

— Russia: 2

— Spain: 2

— Belgium: 1

— Nepal: 1

— Sri Lanka: 1

— Sweden: 1

— Cambodia: 1

— Finland: 1

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