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BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany will become the latest country to evacuate its citizens from China's coronavirus-struck Wuhan region, with the German air force repatriating 90 Germans living in the area, Der Spiegel magazine reported on Monday.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday had not recorded any new confirmed cases of a new coronavirus overnight since its last update of five, and said as many as 110 potential cases were under investigation.
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): A five-year-old Chinese national, who was claimed to have been snuck out of the Kemaman Hospital by her parents after being suspected of contracting the novel coronavirus, only had common fever and a sore throat.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - When Thai medical student Badeephak Kaosala dares to leave his rented apartment in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, he puts on a mask, gloves, a hat and layers of clothing to try to avoid infection with the coronavirus that has the city on lockdown.
WUHAN: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday night (Jan 27) said the government will send 2,500 more medical workers including nurses within two days to Wuhan to help the city battle the novel coronavirus outbreak.
WUHAN: Hundreds of workers are toiling around the clock at the site of a field hospital that China is racing to build within days to treat a rapidly growing number of patients stricken by a deadly virus. The outline of a floor began to take shape and electrical switchboards were already up on Monday (Jan 27).
LONDON: Crude prices dropped below US$60 for the first time in nearly three months on Monday (Jan 27), as the death toll from China's coronavirus rose and more businesses were forced to shut down, fuelling expectations of slowing oil demand.
HONG KONG: Credit Suisse Group SA has told its staff in Hong Kong not to come into the office for at least 14 days if they’ve just visited mainland China, according to a memo seen by Bloomberg News.
BEIJING: China has confirmed more than 2,700 cases of a new virus, with 80 deaths. Most have been in the central city of Wuhan where the illness first surfaced last month. More than 40 cases have been confirmed in other places with virtually all of them involving Chinese tourists or people who visited Wuhan recently.
MUNBAI: Potential damage to business from China's fast-spreading coronavirus knocked more than 2% off European stocks on Monday, after the world's second biggest economy ramped up travel bans and extended the Lunar New Year holidays.