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China in coronavirus propaganda push as US ties worsen

On March 18, China marked a milestone in its "people's war" against the new coronavirus. For the primary time in three months, there have been no new local infections within the central province of Hubei, where quite 60 million people remain confined to their homes as a part of a nationwide effort to manage the deadly outbreak.

The respiratory disorder caused by the new pathogen, first detected in late December in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei, has spread rapidly across the globe, infecting quite 465,000 people and killing quite 21,000 as of March 26.

Europe has become the new epicentre of the disease, also called COVID-19, with the toll in Italy and Spain more than China and therefore the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Tuesday that the us can be next.

But in China, the outbreak appears to be in restraint, with but 5,000 patients still undergoing treatment and new cases confirmed only among people strolling back from overseas.

Authorities in Beijing, who were widel…

Coronavirus Pandemic: China lifting lockdown of Hubei province

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected over 381,000 people and killed over 16,500. The COVID-19 illness causes mild or moderate symptoms in the general public, but severe symptoms are more likely within the elderly or those with existing health problems. over 101,000 people have recovered thus far, mostly in China.

BEIJING — Chinese authorities are lifting the tight lockdown of Hubei province that was imposed to halt the spread of the new coronavirus.

People who are cleared to try and do so are going to be able to leave the province after midnight Tuesday.

The city of Wuhan, where the outbreak started in late December, will remain locked down until April 8. China barred people from leaving or entering Wuhan starting Jan. 23 and expanded it to most of the province in succeeding days.

CANBERRA, Australia — Prisoners considered susceptible to the new coronavirus and low risk to society in Australia’s most populous state would be eligible for early parole under emergency l…

China plans to pump trillions into economy - with repercussions

China is ready to unleash trillions of yuan of fiscal stimulus to revive an economy expected to shrink for the primary time in four decades amid the coronavirus pandemic, while a planned growth target is probably going to be cut, in line with four policy sources.

The ramped-up spending will aim to spur infrastructure investment, backed by the maximum amount as 2.8 trillion yuan ($394bn) of government special bonds, said the sources. The national deficit ratio could rise to record levels, they added.

In a surprise progress Friday, China kept its benchmark lending rate unchanged, defying expectations that it'd ease borrowing costs as businesses face widespread disruptions from the coronavirus pandemic.

The one-year loan prime rate (LPR) was left unchanged at 4.05 percent from the previous monthly fixing while the five-year LPR remained at 4.75 percent.

Analysts said the unchanged rate suggests policymakers might imagine recent measures are enough to assist the economy within the immedia…

President Xi visits Wuhan as coronavirus outbreak slows in China

Chinese President Xi Jinping has made his first visit to Wuhan since the outbreak of the coronavirus in what may well be seen as a proof from the govt that the health crisis is coming in restraint.

Xi, who has been largely unseen throughout the epidemic, made his entry on Tuesday within the region that had been under lockdown for weeks.
State news organization Xinhua said the president wanted to "visit and express regards to" those stricken by the infection, including medical workers and patients.

National television broadcaster CCTV said Xi began his visit at Huoshenshan hospital, one among the makeshift medical facilities treating patients in severe and significant conditions.

Images published in state-owned media outlets showed Xi greeting the healthcare workers and meeting with health officials, in addition as waving to a coronavirus patient through video conferencing.

More than 80,000 people are infected within the country. quite 3,100 have died.

Xi's visit came at a time…

China hotel used for coronavirus quarantine collapses

The number of cases from the new coronavirus has topped 100,000 worldwide as official Chinese data showed a big hit to the country's exports after the outbreak caused massive disruptions to business operations and economic activity.
The World Health Organization (WHO) called the spread of the virus "deeply concerning" as a wave of states reported on Saturday their first cases of the COVID-19 disease, which has now killed nearly 3,500 people and infected quite 100,000 across 92 nations and territories.
In Republic of Korea, authorities reported many new cases of infections on Saturday, bringing the overall above 7,000, while the u. s. was battling to contain a scourge on the Grand Princess liner where 21 people have tested positive for the virus.

Saturday, March 7
17:30 GMT - Number of coronavirus deaths and cases rise in Italy
The price from a scourge of coronavirus in Italy bogged down, but the overall number of cases within the country leapt by over 1,200, the Civil Protec…

More updates: California declares emergency over coronavirus

The US Congress has voted for a $8.3bn emergency funding package to fight the coronavirus as Italy closes schools, and cancels public events while countries round the globe report more cases.

The US move came because the country reported a complete of 11 deaths, including one in California, the primary outside Washington state. More cases have also emerged in ny and la with California declaring a state of emergency.

Globally, over 93,000 people are diagnosed with COVID-19, the overwhelming majority of them in China where the virus originated late last year.

The country's National Health Commission announced on Thursday that an additional 31 people had died from the illness pushing the price above 3,000.

The country has now confirmed 80,409 people with the virus although many have now recovered.

This is Mersiha Gadzo in Doha taking on for Kate Mayberry in Kuala Lumpur.

Thursday, March 5
07:43 GMT - Bosnia and Herzegovina reports first case
Bosnia and Herzegovina has reported its first case…

China coronavirus: All latest updates

The spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus has increased far and wide, with South Korean cases dramatically increasing to arrive at 433 - the most noteworthy number outside of China. 

Italy on Saturday affirmed its initial two passings from the infection as specialists moved to close schools, bars and other open spaces in 10 northern towns. 

Infection in North Korea could be 'substantially more deadly' than in China 

In the mean time in the Middle East, Iran's wellbeing service detailed a 6th demise on Saturday, a day after Israel and Lebanon affirmed their first cases. 

Terrain China noticed a noteworthy fall in the quantity of new cases, with 397 gave an account of Saturday. The all out number of cases in terrain China to 76,288 and there have been 2,345 passings. 

The World Health Organization (WHO) has cautioned that the lucky opening to stem the fatal pestilence was "narrowing" in the midst of worry about a flood in cases with no unmistakable connect to China. 


China sees drop in new virus cases, two Japan cruise passengers die

China on Thursday touted a major drop in new instances of the coronavirus as a sign it has contained the plague, yet fears developed abroad after two previous travelers of an isolated voyage transport kicked the bucket in Japan and a bunch of diseases expanded in South Korea. 

The loss of life in China hit 2,118 as 114 additional individuals passed on, yet wellbeing authorities announced the most reduced number of new cases there in almost a month, remembering for the hardest-hit region, Hubei. 

In excess of 74,000 individuals have been tainted by the new infection in China and hundreds more in more than 25 nations, with Iran announcing two passings on Wednesday, the primary fatalities in the Middle East. 

In Japan, a man and a lady in their 80s who had been on board the isolated Diamond Princess kicked the bucket from the COVID-19 ailment, specialists stated, as fears mount about different travelers who landed in the wake of testing negative. 

A bunch of novel coronavirus contaminations …