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Governments and drug giants must begin expensive and risky work on vaccines against the COVID-19 coronavirus, the World Health Organisation says.Governments and drug giants must begin expensive and risky work on vaccines against the COVID-19 coronavirus, the World Health Organisation says.

Watch: Latest updates on COVID-19 coronavirus from WHO | Euronews

The death toll from China's coronavirus epidemic rose to 1,483 on Friday but the number of new infections in hard-hit Hubei province fell after a change in case definitions caused a massive increase…The death toll from China's coronavirus epidemic rose to 1,483 on Friday but the number of new infections in hard-hit Hubei province fell after a change in case definitions caused a massive increase…

China's coronavirus death toll surpasses 1,400, but new fatalities half that of previous day

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Virus death toll nears 1,400 in China, with 5,090 new cases - 660 NEWS

International, MNA, Opinion | China adopted tougher measures to contain the spread of the Coronavirus in the past week. First and foremost, President Xi Jinping mobilized the militaryInternational, MNA, Opinion | China adopted tougher measures to contain the spread of the Coronavirus in the past week. First and foremost, President Xi Jinping mobilized the military

Opinion - China’s War Against Coronavirus | Macau Business

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Viral slowdown - How China’s coronavirus epidemic could hurt the world economy | Leaders | The Economist

With over 60,000 people infected, the vast majority of them in China’s Hubei province, and more than 1,370 people dead, the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues With over 60,000 people infected, the vast majority of them in China’s Hubei province, and more than 1,370 people dead, the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues

Tackling the virus should be global priority - GulfToday

The Chinese government's measures to tackle the coronavirus epidemic are handicapping the country’s economy and disrupting supply chains and tourism across Asia. Sharing information with the public may be more effective in containing the outbreak than draconian restrictions on freedom of movement – and less economically damagingThe Chinese government's measures to tackle the coronavirus epidemic are handicapping the country’s economy and disrupting supply chains and tourism across Asia. Sharing information with the public

Akira Kawamoto notes that government's strict containment measures are disrupting supply chains and tourism across Asia | interest.co.nz

The true economic toll of the coronavirus outbreak on China’s floundering economy will most likely be a closely guarded state secret.The true economic toll of the coronavirus outbreak on China’s floundering economy will most likely be a closely guarded state secret.

Coronavirus havoc could push China into a secret recession

“The @WHNSC head of global health security left the WH 2 years ago. During a coronavirus outbreak, the position is still vacant. @PattyMurray & I are leading 25 of our colleagues in urging the NSC to appoint a global health expert to address this virus. https://t.co/FZJwwvP41q”

Elizabeth Warren on Twitter: "The @WHNSC head of global health security left the WH 2 years ago. During a coronavirus outbreak, the position is still vacant. @PattyMurray & I are leading 25 of our colleagues in urging the NSC to appoint a global health expert to address this virus. https://t.co/FZJwwvP41q"

“Yesterday, I was briefed by White House officials on their efforts to contain the Coronavirus outbreak. As Ranking Member of @HSGAC, I’m working closely with public health and security experts to prevent this deadly virus from spreading to the U.S. and keep Americans safe.”

Senator Gary Peters on Twitter: "Yesterday, I was briefed by White House officials on their efforts to contain the Coronavirus outbreak. As Ranking Member of @HSGAC, I’m working closely with public health and security experts to prevent this deadly virus from spreading to the U.S. and keep Americans safe."

“Pakatan Harapan kena mandi air bunga because their feng shui is very bad. Economists say the coronavirus epidemic is going to wipe out Malaysia's economy. Experts say two-thirds of the world is going to get infected with the virus and many countries are going to go broke.”

Raja Petra Bin Raja Kamarudin on Twitter: "Pakatan Harapan kena mandi air bunga because their feng shui is very bad. Economists say the coronavirus epidemic is going to wipe out Malaysia's economy. Experts say two-thirds of the world is going to get infected with the virus and many countries are going to go broke.… https://t.co/TSSxIIRviv"

“A new way of counting coronavirus infections results in another jump: China reports 5,000 new cases, bringing the total above 63,000. The virus isn’t spreading faster. China was counting differently before and these are probably more accurate figures. https://t.co/egBKP1IQQF”

Stu Woo on Twitter: "A new way of counting coronavirus infections results in another jump: China reports 5,000 new cases, bringing the total above 63,000. The virus isn’t spreading faster. China was counting differently before and these are probably more accurate figures. https://t.co/egBKP1IQQF"

Xinhua Headlines: China's coronavirus battle offers valuable experience for future fights against epidemics - Xinhua | English.news.cn

Total coronavirus cases top 63,851 on Chinese mainland by Thursday - CGTN

Chinese health authorities on Friday said it received reports of 5,090 new confirmed cases of novel

China reports 5,090 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection, 121 new deaths - SHINE News

Authorities in the central Chinese province of Hubei say 254 more people have died from the new coronavirus, and they announced a huge increase in the number of cases. Health officials in Hubei, the epicenter of the 2-month-old outbreak that has killed 1,367 people in all of China, said they changed their detection methods from a laboratory test to computerized body scans.  The news of new deaths and infections came a day after China said the number of new cases had dropped for a second consecutive day.  The changes in detection methods have boosted the number of total confirmed cases acrossAuthorities in the central Chinese province of Hubei say 254 more people have died from the new coronavirus, and they announced a huge increase in the number of cases. Health officials in Hubei, the epicenter of the 2-month-old outbreak that has killed 1,367 people in all of China, said they changed their detection methods from a laboratory test to computerized body scans.  The news of new deaths and infections came a day after China said the number of new cases had dropped for a second consecutive day.  The changes in detection methods have boosted the number of total confirmed cases across

China Reports 254 More Coronavirus Deaths and Huge Spike in New Cases | Voice of America - English

China's government health commission in Hubei province reported on Friday that the daily death toll from coronavirus rose by 116. The Hubei province health commission did not report the total number of deaths from the newly identified virus, which was 1,310 on Thursday. From Reuters: Of the new deaths, 88 occurred in the provincial capital…China’s government health commission in Hubei province reported on Friday that the daily death toll from coronavirus rose by 116.

China: 116 new coronavirus deaths in Hubei / Boing Boing

Health officials in China announced on Friday that the new coronavirus has sickened at least 1,716 health care workers and killed six. Roughly 87 percent of those health workers infected with COVID-19 were in Hubei province, the epicenter of the outbreak, according to Chinese state media outlet China Daily.Health officials in China announced on Friday that the new coronavirus has sickened at least 1,716 health care workers and killed six. Roughly 87 percent of those health workers infected with COVID-19 were in Hubei province, the epicenter of the outbreak, according to Chinese state media outlet China Daily.

6 Health Care Workers Dead, Over 1,700 Sickened by Coronavirus

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