Global Outbreak? China declares marital law for 11,000,000 people due to Coronavirus… WHO calls for emergency meeting

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The Chinese government has imposed a QUARANTINE of the city of Wuhan, over the outbreak and spread of a new and deadly coronavirus.

Official records say more than three-hundred (300) have become infected since the outbreak started on 31 December, but hospital staff claim more than one-thousand, seven-hundred (1700) are hospitalized with serious symptoms.

Official records say six (6) people have died from this disease, but hospital sources claim “hundreds” are already dead!

Anyone ever remember a city of 11 million placed in quarantine before?

The amount of news being dumped on this story, so fast, makes many people think they do not have this contained and are concerned this has already spread out of control.

The scalable map below shows Wuhan, China, a city with a population of 11.08 MILLION people!

Below is an announcement of a local Wuhan authority, saying that no one is allowed to leave Wuhan until the outbreak dies out.


Taiwan to enforce quarantine anyone showing Wuhan virus symptoms

Travelers, regardless of nationality, who have recently been to China and are found to have “pneumonia-like symptoms” will now be subject to compulsory quarantine, Taiwan has announced, CNA reported.

The Centers for Disease Control, deputy director-general, Chuang Jen-hsiang, said today that the new measure took effect yesterday after more cases of the new coronavirus were confirmed in China and other parts of Asia over the weekend.

Previously, people were only quarantined if they developed pneumonia-like symptoms and had been to Wuhan, China, where the outbreak is believed to have first begun.

At the same time, those who have the above-mentioned symptoms and have been to China but fail to report their conditions to related health authorities could face a fine of up to NT$150,000 (US$4,959) for violating the Communicable Disease Control Act, according to the CDC.

WHO calls for emergency meeting as China confirms 4th death & person-to-person spread of new coronavirus

The World Health Organization will convene an emergency expert panel to determine whether a new virus sweeping China should be declared a global threat, after Chinese health officials confirmed the lethal pathogen is contagious.

The upcoming WHO meeting, set for Wednesday, was announced on the heels of the fourth confirmed death from the new coronavirus, which first broke out in the Chinese city of Wuhan but has since spread, taking hold in Beijing and Shanghai. There are now 217 known infections, according to the Chinese authorities, with 198 of them in Wuhan and another four cases reported in Japan, South Korea, and Thailand.

Local media reports the first case of the new Coronavirus has been confirmed in Hong Kong

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