US Coronavirus: China reports 80 new cases

15:08  24 january  2021
15:08  24 january  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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BEIJING (Reuters) - China has recorded 80 new confirmed cases of coronavirus contamination in the past twenty-four hours, up from 107 a day earlier, health officials reported on Sunday.

In a statement, the National Health Commission said it had recorded 65 local transmissions among these new cases.

According to commission data, 88,991 infections have been confirmed in mainland China.

No additional deaths were recorded on Sunday. The toll of the epidemic in the country stands at 4,635 dead.

(Dominique Patton; French version Camille Raynaud)

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