As you will note below the total number of Coronavirus cases identified and reported to the public seem to have gone past the 3 digit mark being over a 100 cases so far, even though fortunately the number of deaths outside of China mainland seems to hold stead at 0. Today (Jan 30th) China however did report yet another increase in the number of deaths going up to 170 total in the China mainland.
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The below numbers are outdated after Friday Jan 24th 2020. The map will be updated intermittently to keep it up to date.
China – 1287 Cases and 41 Deaths
As of Friday (Jan 24), more than 800 people have been infected across China, with 177 in serious condition. Authorities were also examining 1,072 suspected cases. Officials also confirmed the second virus death outside the Wuhan region, saying a patient died in Heilongjiang province, 2,000km to the north-east.
Thailand – 4 Cases and 0 Deaths
Thailand has detected four cases so far – three Chinese nationals from Wuhan and a 73-year-old Thai woman who came back from the Chinese city this month. Two of the Chinese patients were treated, cured and have travelled back to their country, the Thai health ministry said this week.
Australia – 4 Cases and 0 Deaths
France – 3 Cases and 0 Deaths
On Friday, two cases were confirmed in France, the first in Europe. One was in Paris while the other was in the city of Bordeaux, the country’s health minister said. Both had travelled to China and both were placed in isolation.
Singapore – 3 Cases and 0 Deaths
Singapore has announced at least three cases: a 66-year-old man and his 37-year-old son, who arrived in Singapore Monday from Wuhan, and a 52-year-old Wuhan woman, who arrived in the city-state on Tuesday.
USA – 2 Cases and 0 Deaths
On Tuesday, US health officials announced the country’s first case, a man in his 30s living near Seattle. On Friday, a second case was announced – a woman in her 60s living in Chicago. Both were treated and are recovering.
South Korea – 2 Cases and 0 Deaths
South Korea confirmed on Friday its second case of the virus. The health ministry said a South Korean man in his 50s started experiencing symptoms while working in Wuhan on Jan 10. He was tested after his return earlier this week, and the virus was confirmed.The country reported its first case on January 20 – a 35-year-old woman who flew in from Wuhan.
Japan – 2 Cases and 0 Deaths
Japan’s health authorities confirmed a second case on Friday, Kyodo news agency reported, saying the patient was a man in his 40s who was originally from Wuhan and on a trip to Japan. The country’s first case was reported by the health ministry last week: a man who had visited Wuhan and was hospitalized on January 10, four days after his return to Japan.
Taiwan – 1 Case and 0 Deaths
On Wednesday, authorities confirmed the first case on the self-ruled island of Taiwan – a Taiwanese woman in her fifties, living in Wuhan, who returned to the island on Monday with symptoms including fever, coughing and a sore throat.
Hong Kong – 2 Cases and 0 Deaths
As of Thursday, two people have tested positive in Hong Kong. Both had visited Wuhan in recent days and are being treated in isolation wards in hospital.
Macau – 2 Cases and 0 Deaths
The city of Macau, a gambling hub hugely popular with mainland tourists, has confirmed two cases. The first was a 52-year-old businesswoman from Wuhan who arrived in Macau by high-speed rail on Sunday, via the neighboring city of Zhuhai.
Nepal – 1 Case and 0 Deaths
Nepal’s health authorities on Friday confirmed their first case – a 32-year-old man arriving from Wuhan, China. It is the first South Asian country to report the deadly disease. The patient, who was initially quarantined, recovered and was discharged. The government said that surveillance has been increased at the airport “and suspicious patients entering Nepal are being monitored.”
Vietnam – 2 Cases and 0 Deaths
Vietnam confirmed two cases of the virus on Thursday. An infected man from Wuhan travelled to Ho Chi Minh City earlier this month and passed the virus onto his son. Both are being treated in hospital and are stable, Vietnam health officials said.