No New Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in Shenzhen and Guangzhou

By Rakini Bergundy, February 19, 2020

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With China taking serious safety precautions and citizens diligently self-quarantining, new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) appear to be slowing down. On Wednesday morning, the Health Commission of Guangdong Province announced that there were only three new confirmed cases in the province for the previous day, all of which were in Huizhou. Shenzhen had no new reported cases – the figure remained at 416 confirmed cases, with 163 already discharged from the hospital. 

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This graph shows the numbers of new cases in Shenzhen plotted against the date. Image via @一个深圳/WeChat

For Guangzhou, this is the third consecutive day in which no new cases have been reported. 

2900970.pngThis graphic shows the number of total confirmed cases in Guangdong by city. Image via 广东省卫生健康委员会

READ MORE: Check Out This Map of Nearby Coronavirus Cases on WeChat

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