- First case reported in Africa after the Egyptian Health Ministry confirms non-Egyptian patient who recently traveled to China
- Hubei health officials report 2,420 new cases and 139 new deaths for Feb. 14
- NHC officials report an additional 4 deaths and 2,641 cases.
- China warns of incoming case surge
- China says 1,716 medical workers have been infected
- WHO demands to know more about sick doctors, insists group of 12 virus experts will reach Beijing over the weekend
- Singapore reports largest daily jump in cases amid increased human-to-human transmission
- Egypt confirms first case; virus now present in 29 countries/territories
- Hong Kong reports 3 new cases
- New quarantine measures take effect in Wuhan
- President Xi touts new “biosecurity law”
- Hong Kong Disney land offers space for quarantine
- Chinese company says blood plasma of recovered patients useful in combating the virus
- US mulling new travel restrictions
- Japan reports 4 new cases; one patient recently returned from Hawaii.
- CDC Director: Virus is “Coming” to the US.
- 5 presumptive cases reported in British Columbia
- Toll of infected passengers and crew aboard ‘the Diamond Princess’ climbs to 218
For Americans, this is the most disturbing passage from the Japanese story.
In Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, a man in his 60s who recently returned from a trip to Hawaii has tested positive for the coronavirus, the city government said. He has not visited China recently.
In cases reported Thursday in the western prefecture of Wakayama, a route of contraction is not known, either.
Meanwhile in China