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No New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases 

Reported in Hunan









During the 24 hours of March 12, no new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Hunan. No new victims were in critical condition, no new patients died of the disease, and 6 more patients were discharged from hospitals. 

Among the newly-recovered cases, 4 are in Changsha, and 1 in Zhuzhou and Loudi each. 

As of 24:00 on March 12, a total of 1,018 cumulativeconfirmed cases had been reported in Hunan, including 150 cumulative in critical condition. Four people had died, and 1,004 patients had been discharged from hospitals. There are now 3 in critical condition and 10 treated in hospitals. 

Among the confirmed cases, 242 are in Changsha, 48 in Hengyang, 80 in Zhuzhou, 36 in Xiangtan, 102 in Shaoyang, 156 in Yueyang, 82 in Changde, 5 in Zhangjiajie, 60 in Yiyang, 39 in Chenzhou, 44 in Yongzhou, 40 in Huaihua, 76 in Loudi, and 8 in Xiangxi. 

Among the patients who remain in critical condition, 1 is in Changsha, Shaoyang, and Loudi each. 

Among the dead, there are 2 in Changsha, and 1 in Shaoyang and Yueyang each. 

Among the patients who were discharged from hospitals, 236 are in Changsha, 48 in Hengyang, 78 in Zhuzhou, 36 in Xiangtan, 100 in Shaoyang, 153 in Yueyang, 82 in Changde, 5 in Zhangjiajie, 60 in Yiyang, 39 in Chenzhou, 44 in Yongzhou, 40 in Huaihua, 75 in Loudi, and 8 in Xiangxi. 

A total of 27,050 close contacts have been traced, among whom 130 are under medical observation while 26,920 others have been discharged. 



8 new confirmed cases of 

coronavirus infection reported on Chinese mainland








Chinese health authority said Friday it received reports of 8 new confirmed cases of novel coronavirus infection and 7 deaths on the Chinese mainland on Thursday. 

Among the deaths, 6 were in Hubei Province and one in Shandong Province, according to the National Health Commission.

40000The latest: COVID-19 outbreak worldwide (Updated March 13)

Photo: A person wearing a mask walks across the Millennium Bridge in London, Britain, on March 9, 2020. (Photo: Xinhua)




The WHO said the global number of reported cases of COVID-19 rose to 125,048 by 10am Thursday (CET), with 44,067 outside China.

Current status (data as of 10 am BJT, March 13):

The number of people who tested positive for the COVID-19 in Italy reached 12,839 on Thursday, Italian authorities said. The figure marked an increase by 2,249 cases compared to the previous day, and did not include recoveries or fatalities. Recoveries grew as well on the daily basis to 1,258 cases from 1,045.

In Iran, the confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection totalled 10,075 on Thursday, roughly three weeks after the first cases were reported on Feb. 19. The death toll from the COVID-19 in Iran so far stood at 429.

South Korea reported 110 COVID-19 cases on Friday, taking the country's total infections to 7,979.

Coronavirus infections in Spain soared to nearly 3,000 on Thursday as the number of deaths almost doubled, rising to 84, the health ministry said.  As of 1200 GMT, there were 2,968 cases in Spain, up from 2,140 at 1700 GMT on Wednesday, a ministry statement said, with deaths leaping to 84 from 48 within the same time frame.

France reported 2,876 cases of COVID-19 and 61 deaths as of Thursday.

Germany reported 2,369 cases of COVID-19 and 5 deaths as of Thursday.

The US reported 1,663 cases of COVID-19 and 41 deaths as of Thursday.

On Thursday, Switzerland has recorded 858 confirmed cases and six deaths.

The confirmed cases grew to 674 in Denmark.

Japan's health ministry and local governments said Thursday the number of COVID-19 infections stood at a total of 624 infected people in Japan and the death toll currently stands at 22.

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