Coronavirus: Death toll in China reach 1,523

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In China, as of February 15, the number of deaths from coronavirus amounted to 1 thousand 523 people. The China National Health Commission reports this information, according to the BBC.

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“On Saturday, China’s National Health Commission reported 143 new deaths, bringing the number of victims of the epidemic to 1,523 people,” - the report said.

All deaths, except the last four, were recorded at the epicenter of the epidemic - Hubei Province.

During the day, Chinese medical services recorded 2 641 new cases of coronavirus infection. As a result, the total number of infected in China at the moment is 66 thousand 492 people

As we reported before, most frequently, the spread of the coronavirus is taking place across airborne transmission or direct contact.

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He also commented on the article released by the Guangzhou Medical Center; it said that the feces of the sick could contain coronavirus, which leads to a threat of possible contamination of venting systems and sewers of living houses and hospitals, making them dangerous for healthy people.

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