Wuhan coronavirus spreads to every region in China

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China has confirmed its first case of novel coronavirus in Tibet. This means the Wuhan virus has now spread to every single region across China, bringing up the total number of confirmed cases to nearly 9,800 as of Friday, according to the New York Times.

According to CNN, the number of coronavirus cases has already surpassed the number of SARS cases, which was 5,327, inside China back in 2003. The virus has taken the lives of 213 people in China.

On Thursday, the World Health Organization declared the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak a global health emergency.

RUNDOWN SHOWS:
1. Every Chinese region is now infected with the coronavirus
2. Other countries the virus has spread to
3. Countries that are moving their citizens out of Wuhan
4. Countries are advising citizens to avoid all non-essential travel to China
5. Symptoms of the virus
6. How the virus spreads
7. Precautions taken against the virus

VOICEOVER (in English):

"China has confirmed its first case of novel coronavirus in Tibet."

"This means the Wuhan virus has now spread to every single region across China, bringing up the total number of confirmed cases to nearly 9,800 as of Friday, according to the New York Times."

"BBC News reports the novel coronavirus has spread to at least 19 other nations including Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, the U.S. and Canada."

"Since the outbreak, countries including Japan and the U.S. have rushed to evacuate their citizens out of the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the virus is believed to have originated."

"According to CNN, other countries including Australia, Germany, Italy and Spain said that they are working with local authorities in China and are expected to repatriate their citizens out of Wuhan later this week."

"BBC News reports that a large number of countries are advising their citizens to avoid all non-essential travel to China."

"Symptoms of the coronavirus include severe coughing, fever and shortness of breath. Complications from the virus can lead to pneumonia."

"The coronavirus is believed to have originally spread from wild animals to humans, though there are now documented cases of the virus being transmitted between humans."

"The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised the public to wear facemasks and cover the mouth when coughing or sneezing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus."

"The CDC also advised the public to avoid using unwashed hands to touch their eyes, nose and mouth, and to avoid sharing items that could easily be infected."

SOURCES: BBC News, CNN, China Daily, Caixin, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, New York Times, Business Insider
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