Coronavirus Update: Death toll mount to 9 in China; amount of cases lead 400
On Wednesday, China’s National Health Commission Deputy Secretary, Li Bi announced the occurrence of 400 citizens in 13 Chinese provinces diagnosed with a new coronavirus as of January 21.
According to authorities, the death toll reached nine.
As reported, 2,197 coronavirus cases have been detected and 750 patients have been released from the hospital as of now.
Chinese passenger thermal scanning will take place at 7 Indian terminals as per the Civil Aviation Ministry (MoCA) warning released on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation has guided all logistical support and arrangements to be made immediately for the inspection of travelers arriving from China to India including Hong Kong at Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Cochin terminals
The action was taken after an advisory on 2019-nCoV was released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
The allocation of the pre-immigration room with facilities to mount the thermal cameras will be allowed at these airports for health screening at airports. Airlines personnel were asked to bring the tourists to the health counters prior to the immigrant examination.
The United States Center for Disease Control revealed the government’s first case of coronavirus that asserted six people’s lives in Asia on Tuesday.
The traveler is now in segregation at the Providence Regional Medical Center in Seattle, moving from Wuhan to Washington.