China reports 40 new Covid-19 cases, lowest since January


  • China
  • Monday, 09 Mar 2020

Medical staff checking on a Covid-19 patient at the Red Cross hospital in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province on March 6, 2020. - AFP

BEIJING (Reuters): Mainland China had 40 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infections on Sunday (March 8), the country's National Health Commission said on Monday, down from 44 cases a day earlier.

That brings the total accumulated number of confirmed cases in mainland China to 80,735.

The death toll from the outbreak in mainland China reached 3,119 as of the end of Sunday, up 22 from the previous day.

The central province of Hubei, the epicentre of the outbreak, reported 21 new deaths. In the provincial capital of Wuhan, 18 people died. - Reuters

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