Covid-19 may have infected 500,000 in Wuhan by peak in coming weeks

MELBOURNE (BLOOMBERG) – The new coronavirus may have contaminated at least 500,000 people in Wuhan, the Chinese city at the epicentre of the global break out, by the time it peaks in coming weeks. The normally dynamic megacity, where the so-called Covid-19 infection emerged late last year, has actually been>>>

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Animal Lovers Are Breaking Into People’s Homes In Wuhan To Feed Dogs Left Behind

By now the meme world has forgotten all about an impending WW3 and is now giving us new material with the Coronavirus that is making the rounds. While the memes may be hilarious to scroll through on social media during our morning commutes, it’s really no laughing matter. The epicenter>>>

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Animal lovers in virus-stricken Wuhan are breaking into homes to save pets – National | Globalnews.ca

As the novel coronavirus continues to dominate headlines, a group of forgotten victims is emerging — the family pets left behind. Lao Mao, a 43-year-old man from the virus’s epicentre of Wuhan, scaled up rusty pipes to the third-floor balcony of an apartment to get inside the home of a>>>

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Apple-supplier Foxconn tells Wuhan employees in Taiwan for Lunar New Year to remain home

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Foxconn (2317. TW), an essential provider to Apple (AAPL.O), has actually asked workers from its Wuhan plant in China who are in Taiwan for the Lunar New Year vacations to stay back offered the brand-new coronavirus outbreak in the city. Authorities have confirmed more than 400 cases>>>

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Wuhan virus: Rats and live wolf pups on the menu at China food market linked to virus outbreak

SHANGHAI (AFP) – The food market where China’s deadly virus surfaced was a smorgasbord of exotic wildlife ranging from wolf pups to species linked to previous pandemics such as civets, according to vendor information and a Chinese media report. The Huanan Seafood Market in the central city of Wuhan came>>>

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Wuhan virus outbreak: China grapples with mystery pneumonia-like illness, East Asia News & Top Stories

  BEIJING (NYTIMES) – For days, Li Bin had what felt like a cold, with a high fever of between 102 and 105, and he could not understand why he wasn’t getting better. After four days, he went to a hospital, and a doctor told him he had a form>>>

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