April 15, 2020
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Before And After Wuhan Virus (2020 nCoV)
Shit is going on on earth now a days..
Willie Lee Zhe Rui
⟶ Updated 2 months ago ⟶
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Huge flock of Asian openbills spotted in Changi & Choa Chu Kang on Dec. 22, 2019
S’pore to turn dark on afternoon of Dec. 26, 2019 as annular solar eclipse takes place Was told that its very unlucky during the phoenomon.
IRANIAN military commander, General Qasem Soleimani, was killed at Baghdad airport on Friday, January 2.
Ukrainian Boeing plane crashes in Iran, 176 people dead
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is alerted on Dec 31, 2019, by the Chinese authorities of a string of pneumonia-like cases in Wuhan, a city of 11 million people. Patients are quarantined and work begins on identifying the origin of the pneumonia. The US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identifies a seafood market suspected to be at the centre of the outbreak. It is closed on Jan 1, 2020.
On Jan 9, the WHO says that the outbreak in Wuhan was caused by a previously unknown type of coronavirus, which is a broad family ranging from the common cold to more serious illnesses like Sars. To date, 59 people have been infected, of whom seven are in a serious condition, according to an official toll.
The Chinese health authorities say a first person died of the virus on Jan 11. They revise downwards the number of sick people to 41.
On Jan 17, a second person, a 69-year-old man, dies in Wuhan, according to the authorities. Wuhan virus: Sharp spike, spreads to other cities | THE BIG STORY | The Straits Times The same day, the CDC announces that it will begin screening passengers arriving from Wuhan at three airports: San Francisco, New York's JFK and Los Angeles.
On Jan 20, a third death and more than 100 new cases are announced in China, sparking concerns ahead of the annual Chinese New Year holiday which begins on Jan 25 and sees hundreds of millions of Chinese people travel nationwide. The virus is present in Beijing in the north, Shanghai in the east and Shenzhen in the south. More than 200 cases have been recorded. The virus is also detected in South Korea in a Chinese person who arrived by plane from Wuhan. China's President Xi Jinping says that the virus m
Wuhan virus death toll hits 41 as cases soar to nearly 1,300 in China
On Jan 13, the virus spreads beyond China's borders for the first time, with a case emerging in Thailand, according to the WHO. The victim is a Chinese woman diagnosed with mild pneumonia who was returning from a trip to Wuhan. On Jan 15, China's health commission says no human-to-human transmission of the virus behind the Wuhan outbreak has been confirmed so far, but the possibility "cannot be excluded". The next day, a first case of the virus is confirmed in Japan in someone who had stayed in Wuhan in e
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