China's Hubei province reports 411 new coronavirus cases

China's Hubei province reports 411 new coronavirus cases
China's Hubei province reports 411 new coronavirus cases

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Workers in protective suits examine specimens inside a laboratory following an outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Wuhan, Hubei province, China February 6, 2020. — China Daily pic via Reuters

BEIJING, Feb 21 ― China's central Hubei province had 411 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infections yesterday, the province's health commission said today, up from 349 cases a day earlier.

The uptick in cases reversed three days of declines, although the number was still the lowest since January 26. It brings the total accumulated number of confirmed cases in Hubei to 62,442.

The death toll in Hubei from the outbreak reached 2,144 as of the end of yesterday, up by 115 from the previous day.

The number of new confirmed cases in the provincial capital of Wuhan, epicentre of the outbreak, stood at 319, down from 615 a day earlier and the lowest since January 28.

Wuhan reported 99 new deaths, up from 88 on Wednesday. A total of 1,684 people in Wuhan have now died from the virus. ― Reuters

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