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  • Macau: Covid-19 cases - 37

    Source: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news...inhua-12300678


    Macau confirms first case of Wuhan virus
    22 Jan 2020 11:58AM
    (Updated: 22 Jan 2020 02:58PM)

    HONG KONG: Macau confirmed on Wednesday (Jan 22) its first case of pneumonia linked to an outbreak of a newly identified coronavirus and tightened temperature screening measures in casinos and around the city.

    The patient is a 52-year-old businesswoman from Wuhan who reported to hospital on Tuesday, said Macau Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Ao Leong Lu, who vicechairs a committee set up to respond to the virus.

    The woman took a high-speed train to the Chinese city of Zhuhai on Jan 19, then a shuttle bus to Macau.

    She had dinner with two friends, then went to the hotel and spent a long time in casinos. She was in a stable condition in an isolation ward. Her two friends were also being monitored and were in isolation...

  • #2
    Source: https://news.gov.mo/detail/zh-hant/N...JRyFXUSFj1ews0

    Health Bureau will launch a program to ensure the supply of masks to Macao residents to ensure that residents can buy the masks they need
    New Coronavirus Coordination Center for Strains
    2020-01-22 21:39

    Director of the Health Bureau Li Zhanrun, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Lin Song, Coordinator of Liang Yihao, Medical Director of Li Weicheng General Hospital, Director of the Department of Thoracic and Respiratory Medicine, Director of the Department of Public Security Police Planning and Operation Zhao Chongyuan attended the press conference on the latest situation of the new type of coronavirus .

    Coordination Center for New Coronavirus Infection Strains held a press conference today (January 22) to announce the latest situation of new coronavirus and various preventive and control measures in Macao...

    ...As of January 22 at 5 pm, there were 23 suspected cases; 1 was confirmed, 18 were excluded, and 4 were pending test results. The confirmed case was a Wuhan traveler, a female of gender, age 52, who took the high-speed rail to Zhuhai on January 19, entered Macau via the Gongbei Port at 10 pm on the 19th, and stayed in the Landmark Hotel and Casino on the 20th; Pain and coughing for one week. At about 5 pm on the 21st, I walked to the emergency department of Earl Grey General Hospital for treatment. Isolation measures were taken immediately. After two rounds of new coronavirus positive tests, I was diagnosed with new coronavirus infection. The current condition is stable and I am receiving Isolation treatment. There were three close contacts with the confirmed cases, including a couple friend of the patient and a female friend of the couple. All three received medical observations at the public health clinical center for 14 days. There are no obvious symptoms at present, and the sampling test is negative. . The Director of the Public Security Police Department's Planning and Operations Department, Zhao Chongyuan, reported the patient's entry itinerary. The patient entered Macao through the barrier gate, took the casino's free shuttle bus to StarWorld Hotel, and walked to the Landmark Hotel.

    Four patients are currently undergoing examination, aged 22 to 66 years, 3 men and 1 woman. The first case was a 22-year-old male student, a Macao resident studying in Wuhan. He returned to Australia from Wuhan on January 17, and developed symptoms such as runny nose, sore throat, and cough on January 21. He went to the emergency medical service at Earl General Hospital on January 22. The second case was a 66-year-old male, a tourist from Wuhan. When he entered Macau through the checkpoint this afternoon, the quarantine staff at the health bureau found that he had fever and had a temperature of 38.7 degrees. He was then sent by ambulance to the special emergency department of the Earl General Hospital for further examination. The patient developed fever and other symptoms from January 22. The third case was a 56-year-old male, a Macao resident. He visited relatives in Wuhan from December 30, 2019 to January 19, 2020. He had sore throat and runny nose on January 15. , Cough, no fever, went to the Earl General Hospital for emergency treatment today; the fourth case was a 25-year-old female, a Macao resident, who stayed in a medical institution in the mainland on January 16, and had a cough without fever on January 21, and went to Ren today Earl General Hospital Emergency Department. All of the above patients have denied going to the local wet goods market in Wuhan, and have never eaten game.

    According to the report of the National Health and Health Commission, as of 24:00 on January 21, the National Health and Health Commission received 149 new confirmed cases of pneumonia of new coronavirus infection in 13 provinces and cities (5 in Beijing, 2 in Tianjin, Shanghai There were 7 cases in Shanghai, 5 cases in Zhejiang Province, 2 cases in Jiangxi Province, 1 case in Shandong Province, 1 case in Henan Province, 105 cases in Hubei Province, 1 case in Hunan Province, 12 cases in Guangdong Province, 5 cases in Chongqing City, 2 cases in Sichuan Province, and Yunnan Province. 1 case in the province) and 3 deaths (all from Hubei Province). As of 24:00 on January 21, the National Health and Health Commission has received a total of 440 confirmed cases of pneumonia of new coronavirus infection in 13 provinces and cities (10 in Beijing, 2 in Tianjin, 9 in Shanghai, 5 in Zhejiang, 2 cases in Jiangxi, 1 case in Shandong Province, 1 case in Henan Province, 375 cases in Hubei Province, 1 case in Hunan Province, 26 cases in Guangdong Province, 5 cases in Chongqing City, 2 cases in Sichuan Province and 1 case in Yunnan Province), of which 102 cases were severe cases, Nine deaths (all from Hubei Province). One confirmed case was reported in Japan, three were confirmed in Thailand, and one was confirmed in South Korea. At present, 2,197 close contacts have been traced, 765 people have been released from medical observation, and 1394 people are still receiving medical observation...

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    • #3
      Health Bureau confirms second infection case of novel coronavirus

      Government Information Bureau

      2020-01-23 11:44


      The Health Bureau confirmed a second infected case of the newly-identified coronavirus found in the Wuhan pneumonia outbreak.

      On Wednesday (22 January), the patient concerned – a 66-year-old male tourist visiting from Wuhan – had arrived in Macao via the Border Gate Checkpoint. He was detected with a temperature of 38.7 °C in fever-detection screening at the checkpoint. He was immediately sent to Conde S. Januário Hospital for further checks. The patient had tested positive for the novel coronavirus.


      https://news.gov.mo/detail/en/N20AWUFHwL?2
      "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
      -Nelson Mandela

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      • #4
        Two patients in Macao confirmed to have novel coronavirus are in stable condition

        Government Information Bureau
        2020-01-25 01:20

        • The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre holds a press conference.


        The two patients in Macao confirmed to be infected by a novel coronavirus are both in a stable condition and being treated in medical isolation at the Conde S. Januário Hospital.

        As of 5pm Friday (24 January), Macao had not seen further cases of infection involving the newly-identified coronavirus linked to the viral pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan, Hubei Province.

        Macao’s Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre held a press conference on Friday to present updates on the local situation, and local responses to control the disease and prevent it from spreading into the community.

        Macao has been working closely with neighbouring Zhuhai to detect – at respective checkpoints – any people that might have illness relating to this particular coronavirus.

        In view of the disease-control measures taken on the mainland, there was no sign that a significant number of Wuhan residents could be visiting Macao in the near term, and eventually seeking medical treatment in Macao.

        During the period from 5pm on 23 January, to 5pm on 24 January, Conde S. Januário Hospital had received a total of 24 patients – 12 males and 12 females –with symptoms of illness similar to those displayed by people with Wuhan pneumonia virus infection. Of the 24, six were mainland residents, and the other 18 either Macao locals or from Hong Kong. Tests confirmed eight of the patients were clear of the disease. Tests on the remaining 16 people were still ongoing.

        At present, there was a total of 10 people (four males and six females) identified as having had close contact with one or other of the two patients confirmed as infected. None of the close contacts showed signs of fever or other symptoms.

        Regarding the local supply of protective face masks, a further batch of 3.87 million had been delivered to Macao on Friday evening. On Thursday, deliveries of 9.8 million such masks had arrived in Macao. The masks are reserved for purchase by either Macao residents or non-resident workers. Holders of relevant cards confirming such status are each entitled to buy a maximum of 10 face masks. They are permitted to buy another 10 masks once 10 days have elapsed from the original purchase.

        Up to 6pm on Friday, there had been a total of 95,568 individuals that had purchased face masks at one of the 56 Health Bureau-accredited pharmacies in Macao under the reserved sales scheme.

        To ensure the availability – for sale to the Macao public – of protective face masks during the Lunar New Year holidays, seven accredited pharmacies, eight health centres and two health stations would remain open during the period of Saturday to Monday (i.e., 25 to 27 January).


        https://news.gov.mo/detail/en/N20AXcgXsJ?3
        "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
        -Nelson Mandela

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        • #5
          Translation Google

          Wuhan pneumonia] 3 new cases of infection in Macau

          51 minutes ago

          The Macau Health Bureau announced that Macau has added 3 new cases of new coronavirus infections to a cumulative total of 5 cases.

          The three new patients were all women from Wuhan. One of them, a 58-year-old patient, arrived in Macau by boat from Hong Kong's Hong Kong and Macau Ferry Terminal at about 9 am on Thursday. After getting dizzy, he took a taxi to Jinghu. The hospital sought medical treatment and was found to have a low fever during the examination. He was then transferred to the Accident and Emergency Department of Earl Grey Hospital. The test result was negative on the same day and the test result was positive this morning. The current situation is normal.

          The other two patients were 39 years old and 21 years old. The former was last Wednesday, and the latter entered Macau via the Lotus Port last Thursday. He developed symptoms yesterday. It was confirmed this morning that the two are in normal condition.

          https://www.am730.com.hk/news/%E6%96...5%A2%83-205200


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          Translation Google

          THREE MORE NEW PNEUMONIA CASES HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED IN MACAO

          Time: 11:11, January 26, 2020

          Today, Macao has confirmed three more cases of imported new crown virus infection, with a total of five confirmed cases. The Health Bureau said that the three confirmed patients were all from Wuhan and they felt unwell after entering Macao. The Health Bureau stated that one of the patients was a 58-year-old female from Wuhan. At 9 a.m. on the 23rd of this month, I entered Hong Kong by boat from Hong Kong and Macau via the Hong Kong and Macau Ferry Terminal. Due to dizziness and discomfort, I took a taxi to the Jinghu Hospital immediately after disembarking, and found that there was low fever. . The virus test on the day of admission was negative, and the results of the review this morning were positive. The patient's current condition is average.

          Another patient was a female, 39 years old, a resident of Wuhan, and a housewife. She entered Macao through the Lotus Port on the 22nd. She was transferred to the emergency room of the Peak Hospital by ambulance yesterday morning because she felt low fever. Both tests were positive this morning, and the patient's condition is average.

          The third patient was a female, 21 years old, a teacher and a resident of Wuhan. She entered Macau via the Lotus Port on the afternoon of the 23rd. Dizziness and sore limbs began to appear yesterday afternoon. He was taken by ambulance to the Accident and Emergency Department of the Peak Hospital. On the morning of the 26th, the results were positive.

          Authorities said that various Macao prevention and control efforts against the new coronavirus will be reported to the public in detail at a later press conference.

          https://aamacau.com/2020/01/26/%E6%9...8%89%E4%BA%BA/
          "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
          -Nelson Mandela

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          • #6
            Government report -


            Three new imported coronavirus cases reported in Macao

            source: New Coronavirus Coordination Center for Strains Release date: January 26, 2020 10:16 Three new cases of imported new coronavirus infection have been added to Macao, accumulating to five. The third new case of imported new coronavirus infection was a female, 58 years old, a resident of Wuhan and retired. At 9 o'clock in the morning on January 23, I took a boat to Hong Kong and Macau via Hong Kong and Macau to enter Macau. After getting off the boat due to dizziness, I took a taxi to the Jinghu Hospital for treatment. The examination revealed low fever. room. The test results of the new coronavirus that day were negative, and the results of the review on the morning of the 26th were positive. The current condition of the patient is average.

            The fourth new case of imported new coronavirus infection was female, 39 years old, Wuhan resident, and housewife. I entered Macau via the Lotus Port on January 22, and on the afternoon of January 25, I was transferred from the fire ambulance to the special emergency room of the Earl General Hospital due to the conscious low fever. On the morning of the 26th, the results of the two tests of the new coronavirus were positive, and the patient's current condition was average.

            The fifth new case of imported new coronavirus infection was a female, 21 years old, teacher, Wuhan resident, who entered Macau via the Lotus Port on the afternoon of January 23. Dizziness and sore limbs began to appear on the afternoon of the 25th. The fire ambulance was taken to the Accident and Emergency Department of Earl General Hospital. A review on the morning of the 26th confirmed that the patient's current condition was average.

            The various prevention and control work of Macao against the new coronavirus will be reported to the public in detail at a later press conference.


            https://www.gov.mo/zh-hant/news/315201/

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            • #7
              Source: https://news.gov.mo/detail/en/N20AZ5...el_Coronavirus

              Further measures for disease control within Macao community
              Government Information Bureau
              2020-01-27 01:59

              Press conference of the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre.

              The Government announced on Sunday (26 January) a fresh round of control measures within the community following the instance in Macao of a newly-identified coronavirus.

              With effect from the stroke of midnight on Monday (27 January), visitors from Hubei Province – and visitors that have been to Hubei Province within the previous 14 days – would be denied permission to enter Macao unless they present a valid certificate confirming they were free of infection from the novel coronavirus.

              Such a certificate should be issued by medical authorities recognised by Macao. The Health Bureau would, if it required, verify such certification with the appropriate institutions.

              The measure was one of a number announced on Sunday during a press conference held by the Government’s Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre. The Secretary for Administration and Justice, Mr Cheong Weng Chon, and the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Ms Ao Ieong U, were among those attending the press conference.

              The briefing heard in addition that the Chief Executive would issue an Executive Order banning from Macao casino premises anyone who had been to Hubei Province within 14 days of their arrival in Macao.

              Such an Executive Order was in accordance with the Chief Executive’s power as vested by the Basic Law, and the Law on the Prevention, Control and Treatment of Infectious Diseases.

              Meanwhile, the Government would contact individually – as of 9am on Monday – those 1,113 tourists visiting from Hubei Province who were still in Macao. Some 700 from that aggregate would be reached via the hotels at which they were staying. They would be tested for infection and if given the all-clear, offered the option of either leaving Macao or relocating – either to Pousada de Juventude de Hac-Sa or a training facility managed by the Municipal Affairs Bureau.

              With effect from 4pm on Sunday, the self-service immigration clearance service system had been suspended for non-Macao residents at all checkpoints. All tourists had to use manned channels. Also, there were specific immigration clearance channels for people from Hubei Province.

              The Government advised Macao residents studying in Wuhan, and Macao residents travelling on the mainland, to observe a 14-day period of isolation at home upon returning to Macao.

              The Health Bureau noted it had a set of guidelines regarding the use of protective gear for medical professionals, in order properly to safeguard their health. Additionally, Macao had sufficient reserve stocks – for up to three months of use – of medical supplies such as masks, and hazmat (hazardous materials) suits.

              Macao today confirmed three more cases of infection regarding the novel coronavirus, taking the total number of such infection cases in Macao – all imported – to five.

              The third instance involved a 57-year-old female visiting from Wuhan. She had originally taken a train from the mainland to Hong Kong on 20 January. She had then arrived in Macao on 22 January via the Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal, then stayed at a hotel at Sands Cotai Central. On 23 January, she took a taxi to Kiang Wu Hospital seeking medical treatment. Later that day, the patient was transferred to Conde S. Januário Hospital and subsequently tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Scans indicated she was free from any signs of pneumonia. So far, she had neither fever nor respiratory problems, and was in an isolation ward at Conde S. Januário Hospital.

              The fourth case concerned a 39-year-old female visiting from Wuhan. The patient entered Macao on 22 January from the Lotus Flower Bridge Checkpoint. She had stayed initially at the Venetian Macao Hotel and moved to the Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Sands Cotal Central, on 25 January. She had shown signs of a moderate fever and cough and had been transported to Conde S. Januário Hospital. She had twice tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Scans had indicated that initially she had signs of pneumonia.

              The fifth case involved a 21-year-old female visiting from Wuhan. She entered Macao on 23 January from the Lotus Flower Bridge Checkpoint and stayed at the Galaxy Hotel at Galaxy Macau. She had subsequently been transported to Conde S. Januário Hospital after developing a fever on 25 January. According to the most recent update, she had no respiratory problems. She had nonetheless tested positive for the novel coronavirus and scans indicated she was free from any signs of pneumonia. She was in a stable condition.

              The initial two patients in Macao confirmed to have been infected by the novel coronavirus were still being treated in medical isolation at the Conde S. Januário Hospital.

              At present, a total of 10 people had been identified as having had close contact with one or other of the initial two patients





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              • #8
                Source: http://www.ce.cn/xwzx/gnsz/gdxw/2020...34192127.shtml

                Google translation:
                New confirmed case of new type of coronavirus pneumonia in Macau, 6 people currently infected
                January 27, 2020 09:44 source: China News Network


                Langzhong New Network, January 27th. According to the website of the Macau Government Information Bureau, a new case of new coronavirus has been confirmed in Macau, and six people have been infected with the new coronavirus.


                According to reports, Macau ’s 6th newly imported case of new coronavirus is male, 15 years old, and a resident of Wuhan, who was listed as close contact with the son of the 4th confirmed case in Macao; the patient has no fever or cough, Under routine observation of medical observation, the new coronavirus was positive. The current situation is normal and will be admitted to hospital for isolation. The patient's father and younger brother tested negative and will be sent to Gaoding Public Health Clinical Center for isolation medical observation.

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                • #9
                  Source: https://news.sina.com.cn/c/2020-01-2...e7552175.shtml

                  Macau 29th notification: No new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection

                  Ebara Title: Macao 29th notification: No new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection

                  The Macao SAR Government's New Coronavirus Infection Coordination Center will hold a press conference at 17:00 on the 29th. It was revealed at the meeting that in the past 24 hours, there were no new confirmed cases of new coronavirus infection in Macau. None of the 7 previously diagnosed patients had fever, which was mild.

                  As of 15:00 on the 29th, a total of 114 suspected cases in Macao (including 7 cases of cumulative diagnosis) have been excluded, 101 cases have been excluded, and 6 cases remain to be excluded. Of the 6 cases to be excluded, 4 were Macao residents who had been assessed as medium-risk persons and the possibility of infection has been ruled out. The other 2 people, who reported that they were researchers from the University of Macau and their daughters, came to Macau from Hubei on the 16th After self-isolation at home, he developed a low fever, and was sent to the Earl General Hospital by the fire station. He was waiting for the test results. As of January 28, there were still more than 900 doses of new coronavirus testing in Macau, and there was still sufficient supply when necessary. (Reporter Xiao Zhongren Dai Feng)



                  Editor-in-chief: Wu Jinming

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                  • #10
                    The Macau Education bureau has decided to cancel school "indefinitely".

                    https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...abChangeable=0

                    https://portal.dsej.gov.mo/webdsejsp...?msg_id=74942&

                    Due to the continued development of the novel coronavirus epidemic, to ensure the health of students and teaching staff, avoid gathering of large crowds, prevent the epidemic from further spreading, the SAR Government has announced that the date of class resumption of various tertiary education institutions, secondary and primary schools and kindergartens, as well as the operation resumption dates of private tutorial centres and continuing education institutions will further be postponed. The arrangements for class resumption will be announced one week before the resumption. Parents are expected to understand the relevant measures for protecting students’ health and cooperate in doing the epidemic prevention work well.

                    During the class suspension period, schools should contact and work by using various means of communication or the Internet as well as arrange and correct assignments for students online, reschedule and postpone tests and examinations, so as to cooperate with the SAR Government’s recommendation for the overall epidemic prevention measure, i.e. no crowds gathering and flowing.

                    Students from mainland China studying in local tertiary institutions and cross-border students of non-tertiary education do not need to come to Macao for going to school, and stay at home for self-observation until classes resume.

                    The SAR Government will continue to pay close attention to the development of the epidemic; schools, students and parents should also take close note of the latest information about the epidemic released by the SAR Government and make adequate preparations. For details, please visit the website at http://www.ssm.gov.mo/PreventWuhanInfection.

                    For enquiries, please call the hotline of the Novel Coronavirus Epidemic Response and Coordination Centre at 28700800.

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                    • #11
                      Source: http://www.kaixian.tv/gd/2020/0202/279177.html

                      Macau adds 8 new cases of new coronavirus infection
                      2020-02-02 19:30:10 Source: China News Network

                      China News Agency, Macau, February 2 (Reporter Long Tuyou) The Macao SAR Government's New Coronavirus Infection Coordination Center announced on the 2nd that it has added eight new confirmed cases of new coronavirus infection. The patient is a 64-year-old female and a Macao resident. Unemployed.

                      The Coordination Center for New Coronavirus Infection Response said that the newly confirmed cases had fever and cough on January 27. They had an emergency treatment at the Earl General Hospital, but they did not feel better. They went to Jinghu Hospital on the 30th and 31st. During the consultation, he had repeated fevers. On February 1, he was examined by CT for pulmonary inflammation. He was sent to the special emergency room of the Earl General Hospital by fire ambulance that afternoon. After being tested positive for the new coronavirus, it was listed as the eighth confirmed case in Macao and was arranged for treatment in an isolation ward.

                      According to reports, the patient was hospitalized in Zhuhai Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Hospital for herpes zoster from January 10 to January 17, and purchased live poultry at Sanxiang Town, Zhongshan City, Guangdong on January 22, and from January 22 to Lived in Sanxiang, Zhongshan during the 23rd.

                      At present, the condition of the patient is normal, and he has denied to have been to Hubei and had been exposed to new pneumonia. The disease prevention and control team is conducting follow-up investigations of its epidemiological history and close contacts. (Finish)

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                      Source: http://news.jcrb.com/jxsw/202002/t20200202_2106033.html
                      Macau confirmed new type of coronavirus infection pneumonia increased to 8
                      Time: 2020-02-02 19:29:00 Author: News Source: Xinhua

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                      Xinhua News Agency, Macau, February 2 (Reporter Hu Yao) The Macao SAR Government's Health Bureau announced on the 2nd that the number of confirmed cases of pneumonia caused by a new type of coronavirus in Macao has increased to eight. The new case is the first case of infection among Macau residents, and whether it is an imported case remains to be investigated.

                      The Health Bureau said that the new case was a 64-year-old female Macao resident. She went to the Earl General Hospital for fever and cough on January 27, but her condition did not improve. Visited Jinghu Hospital on the 30th and 31st with repeated fevers. On February 1st, he went to Jinghu Hospital for treatment due to right abdominal pain. After admission, he found inflammation in the lungs. He was sent to Earl General Hospital for detection of new coronavirus positive. The patient is currently being treated in isolation.

                      It is reported that this patient was hospitalized at Zhuhai Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Hospital from January 10 to January 17 for herpes zoster, and purchased live poultry at Sanxiang Market, Zhongshan on January 22, and from January 22 to He lived in Sanxiang, Zhongshan on the 23rd. The patient denied ever having been to Hubei and had contact with confirmed cases of pneumonitis associated with the new coronavirus infection. The disease prevention and control team is conducting an investigation to track his epidemiological history and close contacts.




                      Last edited by Shiloh; February 2nd, 2020, 08:16 AM. Reason: Added 2nd article

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                      • #12
                        Source: https://macaunews.mo/ninth-case-of-c...tion-in-macau/


                        Ninth case of coronavirus infection in Macau
                        4 Feb, 2020

                        Macau’s ninth case of coronavirus infection was confirmed Tuesday morning by the Government Information Bureau.

                        The 29-year-old Macau female resident visited the home of the eighth confirmed case on 24th of January and stayed there for about 4 hours.

                        She had runny nose, cough, and fever since 25th of January, with symptoms disappearing thereafter...

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                        • #13
                          Source: https://cnnphilippines.com/world/202...ronavirus.html
                          Macao will close its casinos for two weeks over the coronavirus outbreak
                          By Michelle Toh, Sandi Sidhu and Chermaine Lee, CNN Business
                          Published Feb 4, 2020 7:26:45 PM

                          (CNN) — Macao, one of the world's top gambling hubs, is planning to close its casinos as the deadly coronavirus outbreak continues to surge.

                          The government of the semi-autonomous Chinese territory will suspend operations in gambling and other related industries for about two weeks, Macao Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng said during a press conference Tuesday.

                          Macao has 10 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, which has killed at least 427 people and infected more than 20,000, mainly in China...

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                          • #14
                            Health Bureau
                            2020-02-04 12:05
                            Macao today added another confirmed case of a new coronavirus infection. The patient is a 59-year-old male and a Macao resident. Up to now, the number of confirmed cases in Macao has increased to 10.


                            After a preliminary investigation, this patient visited Guangzhou on January 25 and traveled back and forth the same day. From January 26, he developed symptoms such as runny nose, cough, and fever. He went to the Jinghu Hospital yesterday (3) and today (4) Early in the morning, he was transferred to Earl Grey General Hospital and was tested positive for the new coronavirus. It was listed as the 10th confirmed case in Australia and has been arranged for treatment in an isolation ward. At present, the patient's condition is normal, and the Health Bureau's disease prevention and control team is conducting a follow-up investigation of its epidemiological history and close contacts.https://news.gov.mo/detail/zh-hant/N...0461D8.app03?0
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                            • #15
                              Source: http://finance.jrj.com.cn/2020/02/14233828831881.shtml

                              [Macao has no new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia for 10 consecutive days. The public sector will resume basic external services next week] Xinhua News Agency: Australia ...
                              2020-02-14 23:38:42 Source: FX168 Outbreak affects A shares

                              [Macao has no new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia for 10 consecutive days. The public sector will resume basic external services next week.] There have been no confirmed cases of pneumonia in Macau for 10 consecutive days. After a comprehensive assessment, the SAR government decided to resume basic external services from the 17th (next Monday).
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