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WHO: The spread of COVID-19 in China is Extremely Low

WHO: The spread of COVID-19 in China is extremely low

WHO: The spread of COVID-19 in China is extremely low. On November 16, local time, WHO held a routine press conference for COVID-19 pneumonia. Michael Ryan, head of WHO’s health emergency project, said that China and other countries have adopted comprehensive response measures to solve more serious epidemics and keep the spread of the virus at Very low level. At present, the number of cases in many countries is very small, but any country or region has the risk of imported cases or undetected cases.

WHO: The spread of COVID-19 in China is Extremely Low

Michael Ryan pointed out that existing evidence shows that the spread of the new coronavirus in China is extremely low. China has taken very active responses to any surge in COVID-19 cases, such as large-scale testing. This is not something that all countries can do, and it requires a lot of resources to achieve it. In this case, only a few cases were found. If there are a large number of undetected cases with local transmission, large-scale testing will find some cases. Therefore, there is no evidence that China is facing a significant epidemic problem.


Mainland China

Total cases 86,346
Reported yesterday: +8
New cases (14 days)
 
Nov. 2–15: +325
Deaths: 4,634
Reported yesterday: +0
 
Data from  Wikipedia  on Nov 16, 2020

WHO: The spread of COVID-19 in China is Extremely Low

 

Cases

Statistics Mainland China

Total cases
86,346
Reported yesterday: +8
New cases (14 days)
14-day trend chart
Nov. 2–15: +325
Deaths
4,634
Reported yesterday: +0
SourceWikipedia

Cases

Sorted by Total cases in descending order
Location
 
Total cases
 
New cases (1 day*)
New cases (last 60 days)
 
Cases per 1 million people
 
Deaths
Worldwide
54,678,159 No data 60-day trend chart 7,032 1,321,403
Mainland China
86,346 8 60-day trend chart 62 4,634
Hubei
68,148 0 60-day trend chart 1,165 4,512
Guangdong Province
1,968 2 60-day trend chart No data 8
Zhejiang
1,291 0 60-day trend chart 23 1
Henan
1,288 0 60-day trend chart No data 22
Hunan
1,020 0 60-day trend chart 15 4
Anhui
992 0 60-day trend chart 16 6
Xinjiang
980 0 60-day trend chart 45 3
Heilongjiang
949 0 60-day trend chart 25 13
Jiangxi
935 0 60-day trend chart 21 1
Shandong
848 0 60-day trend chart No data 7
Sichuan
786 3 60-day trend chart 10 3
Jiangsu
677 1 60-day trend chart 8 0
Beijing
587 No data 60-day trend chart 27 8
Chongqing
579 No data 60-day trend chart 19 6
Shanghai
536 No data 60-day trend chart 20 6
Shaanxi
487 1 60-day trend chart 13 3
Fujian
461 0 60-day trend chart 12 1
Hebei
373 0 60-day trend chart 5 6
Inner Mongolia
307 0 60-day trend chart 12 1
Liaoning
288 0 60-day trend chart 7 2
Guangxi
260 0 60-day trend chart 5 2
Shanxi
219 1 60-day trend chart 6 0
Yunnan
217 0 60-day trend chart 5 2
Gansu
181 0 60-day trend chart 7 2
Tianjin
180 No data 60-day trend chart 12 3
Hainan
171 0 60-day trend chart 18 6
Jilin
157 0 60-day trend chart 6 2
Guizhou
147 0 60-day trend chart 4 2
Ningxia
75 0 60-day trend chart 12 0
Qinghai
18 0 60-day trend chart 3 0
Tibet
1 0 60-day trend chart 0 0
*The number of new cases reported for the most recent day of complete data, within the last three days
SourcesWikipediaJHU CSSE COVID-19 Data