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Post Coronavirus: No change in outbreak despite China spike, WHO says
on: February 14, 2020, 07:07
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Coronavirus cases are not rising dramatically outside China despite a spike in Hubei province, the World Health Organization (WHO) says
The only exception was on a cruise liner docked in Japan, where 44 new cases were reported, bringing the total there to 218
There was also no major shift in the coronavirus's pattern of mortality or severity, according to the WHO
The latest figures show 121 new deaths in China, bringing the total to 1,380
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The total infections jumped by 5,090 to 55,748 cases on 13 February, the National Health Commission said on FridayThe latest figures from
Hubei recorded 116 deaths and 4,823 new cases. That is a smaller increase than the previous day when there was a spike with 240 new deaths and nearly 15,000 new cases.
However most of this was down to Hubei using a broader definition to diagnose people, said Mike Ryan, head of WHO's health emergencies programme.
This does not represent a significant change in the trajectory of the outbreak he said
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Outside China there had been two deaths and 447 cases in 24 countries, he saidOn Thursday Japan announced its first coronavirus death
a woman in her 80s who lived in Kanagawa, south-west of TokyoThe woman's diagnosis was confirmed after her death and she had no obvious link to China's Hubei province, the epicentre of the outbreak, Japanese media reported.
On Thursday, the US state department said it was "deeply concerned" about the possible effect of an outbreak in North Korea, which has so far not reported any cases.
The US would facilitate assistance from US and international aid organisations to the country, the department said.
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The vessel is in quarantine in Yokohama. Not all the 3,700 people on board have been tested yet.People with the virus are taken to hospitals on
land to be treated, while those on board are largely confined to their cabinsHowever on Thursday Japan said it would allow those aged 80 or over who have tested negative for the coronavirus to disembark.
Health Minister Katsunobu Kato said they could be allowed off the ship as early as Friday but would have to stay in accommodation provided by the government, the Japan Times reported.
Meanwhile another cruise ship - the MS Westerdam - carrying more than 2,000 people docked in Cambodia after being turned away by ports in Japan, Taiwan, Guam, the Philippines and Thailand despite having no sick patients on board.

Many crowds took to the streets of Baghdad's capital, Baghdad, to demand US troops to leave Iraq. Iraqi authority Shia Amok Tada Al Saad called for more than a million people to join. Friday march near the US Embassy in the capital
Iranian militia backers are one of the protesters in the city. The killing of US General Qasem Soleimani, the Iranian military [color=#fff]เว็บพนันบอล ถูกกฎหมาย[/color] commander on January 3 at Baghdad Airport, causes tension.
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Assassinated in a drone attack by the United States, the Iraqi Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, commanded by the Kataib Hezbollah, backed Iran, who backed Ira Iira in response to Gen Soleimani's assassination.

By carrying a missile attack on two air bases, which are home to US forces in Iraq, the United States later said there were no US casualties in the January 8 attacks.
But a few hours after the attack, Iranian forces fired two missiles at a Ukrainian passenger plane over Iran's Tehran inadvertently killing all 176 people on the plane.
What is the latest from Baghdad? Demonstrators began to gather in the center of Baghdad early Friday and several hours later the area was full of people.
Many also carry the national flag of Iraq.The protests threaten to cause a separate eclipse of the protest movement, which involves the majority of young people for months calling for a complete overhaul of the Iraqi government. Mr Martin Patience of the BBC in Iraq said.

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