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Update: Singapore has recorded its 5th confirmed case of imported new #coronavirus pneumonia imported. The 56-year-old female patient from #Wuhan is now being treated in isolation. The woman arrived in Singapore with her family on Nov 18 and did not show symptoms upon arrival.
originally posted by: Necrose
a reply to: texasgirl
The very 1st reported case doesn't mean the very 1st infected or the one who came in contact first. It's hard to track the patient zero.
New data released Monday by the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show 110 patients now under investigation for possible coronarvirus infection in 26 states.
While five people in four states have been confirmed as Wuhan coronavirus cases, CDC’s director is seeking to calm Americans who might be nervous about the disease.
originally posted by: 1Angrylightbulb
I have been looking at that bnonews website for updates and seems pretty good. I have noticed though that since yesterday its added about 50 confirmed cases overall and the Hubei province where Wuhan is located is still sitting at 1423 cases. Anyone know if there is a place to see when any cases were last added to the Hubei province ?? I have a feeling they are not testing there anymore or at least not reporting it. It's the epicentre of the outbreak but hasn't had any more cases since at least yesterday??
originally posted by: Daedal
The numbers and reports being put out by the Chinese are not matching up. They claim there is some 3,000 cases nationwide and yet also report the hospitals in Wuhan (ground zero) are overrun and packed to the gills. People having to wait in the corridors sometimes for days. There are over 40,000 hospital beds in Wuhan. Think about that. Either the reports of only 3,000 cases is grossly under reported, or the Chinese hospitals are pulling people who don't have the Coronavirus in hospital beds. Which of those is more likely?