Chinese government are spraying residential areas with disinfectants in Shanghai because of the Wuhan Coronoavirus virus's rapid spread.
Chinese government are spraying residential areas with disinfectants in #shanghai because of the #wuhan #coronoavirus virus’s 🦠 rapid spread.— ₿ 𝐓𝐫𝐮𝐭𝐡𝐑𝐚𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐫 (@TruthRaiderHQ) January 22, 2020
217+ cases as outbreak 😷 continues to cross borders.
In a rapidly expanding quarantine effort, Chinese authorities on Friday expanded the lockdown to 13 cities, affecting over 41 million people as the official death toll climbed to 26. The government has also halted traffic out of affected cities, shutdown public transportation and told residents to stay home.
Closures and cancellations of major public parks and events were widespread, affecting Lunar New Year festivities and shuttering Beijing's Forbidden City, Shanghai's Disneyland and a popular section of the Great Wall.
Since only yesterday eve, here's what we've learned about the #coronavirus outbreak in China:— Julia Belluz (@juliaoftoronto) January 24, 2020
- at least 881 cases
- vast majority (868) in mainland China
- most of those(549) in Hubei province, home to Wuhan
- remaining cases are spread across 20+ provinces & cities
On the Chinese new year's eve, China military airforce use aircraft to fly 150 more medical personnels to frontline wuhan to help with the virus situation.They could have been at home with their families for holiday.Hope everyone return safe and more lives being saved. 🙏 #Wuhan pic.twitter.com/idmhkavOE7— Tea-chnology (@nikkio0) January 24, 2020
China built a lab to study SARS and Ebola in Wuhan - and US scientists warned in 2017 that a virus could 'escape' the facility located in the same city that's at the coronavirus outbreak's center!#NewWorldOrderLeft https://t.co/Gku5NN1aws— Deep State Exposed® (@DeepStateExpose) January 24, 2020
Healthy young man dies of coronavirus in China; new cases in Japan, South Korea https://t.co/zmKzwriqjo— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 24, 2020
3 cities in China are on lockdown after a rapidly spreading new virus killed 17 people and infected almost 600.— AJ+ (@ajplus) January 23, 2020
The travel lockdown affects over 18M people.
The WHO called it "unprecedented in public health history." pic.twitter.com/QKPsCUGKmL
The #coronovirus has caused the lockdown of Wuhan, a city with a bigger population than London or New York. This is a video from Wuhan Hospital's reception area. It's worse than we're being told. pic.twitter.com/ok7R1kyazg— Stu Nugent (@CrookedNuts) January 23, 2020