A 50-year-old man, who visited the city of Wuhan on January 8 died, where the outbreak of the virus began, and on January 22 he was diagnosed with the infection. January 27, his condition worsened and he died.
In total, about 80 people fell ill in Beijing by the end of January.
The number of victims of the new coronavirus in China, affecting the respiratory tract and able to be transmitted from person to person, is growing steadily. According to data on Monday morning, 81 people have already died, almost 3 thousand people are sick.
Hubei Province, the epicenter of the virus, has the highest number of deaths. The mayor of the provincial capital, the city of Wuhan, which is considered the hotbed of the outbreak, warns that the number of cases across the country will increase, as about five million people left Wuhan before the city with 11 million inhabitants was quarantined.
As we reported, several doctors assisted by a robot are treating a U.S. citizen infected with a coronavirus in China.
The robot is equipped with a stethoscope, helps doctors take tests of vital organs of a person and communicate with him through a large screen. According to Dr. George Diaz, director of the department of infectious diseases at the Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, Wash., A 30-year-old man who recently returned from China is undergoing treatment