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originally posted by: UFO1414
Found another tracking site. Not as good as some others but I like the way the data is presented. Not sure how often it's updated. Looks like last time was 12PM EST.
I'm trying to find a number of critical cases that turned recovered. I have a hunch if you go critical, it's lights out.
originally posted by: 1questioner
originally posted by: asdfas
Just saw this. It's norovirus so sort of off topic but still interesting "At least 200 infected with Norovirus after visiting casino in Louisiana"
If this is true, there is now a hot zone in the U.S.
originally posted by: Pommer89
Anyone have a link that shows the confirmed case count by country by day, as in how many were in japan yesterday, how many day before and so on? Not looking at just japan would be handy to see for every country outside china
originally posted by: Power_Semi
originally posted by: CrazeeWorld777
these stats dont look good at all. It's spreading and seems to be spreading pretty quick, even though it may not look it.
It looks a bit like the Chinese numbers from 2 weeks ago - a few here, a few tens od there, then now - 100's of.
Not good at all.
Dr. Li Wenliang warned authorities of the new virus, but was reprimanded. Now he’s the face of simmering anger at the ruling Communist Party.
BEIJING (AP) — The death of a young doctor who was reprimanded for warning about China’s new virus triggered an outpouring Friday of praise for him and fury that communist authorities put politics above public safety.
In death, Dr. Li Wenliang became the face of simmering anger at the ruling Communist Party’s controls over information and complaints that officials lie about or hide disease outbreaks, chemical spills, dangerous consumer products or financial frauds.
The 34-year-old ophthalmologist died overnight at Wuhan Central Hospital, where he worked and likely contracted the virus while treating patients in the early days of the outbreak.
“A hero who released information about Wuhan’s epidemic in the early stage, Dr. Li Wenliang is immortal,” the China Center for Disease Control’s chief scientist, Zeng Guang, wrote on the Sina Weibo microblog service.
Police in December had reprimanded eight doctors including Li for warning friends on social media about the emerging threat. China’s supreme court later criticized the police, but the ruling party also has tightened its grip on information about the outbreak.