2019–20 coronavirus outbreak by country and territory

Map of the 2019–20 coronavirus outbreak (as of 22 February 2020):
  Region of origin (Mainland China)
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported
2019–20 coronavirus outbreak by country and territory[1]
Country or territory[a] Confirmed Deaths Recoveries[b]
China (mainland)[c] 76,288 2,345 20,659
International conveyance[d] 634 2 1
South Korea 346 2 17
Japan 109 1 18
Singapore 86 0 47
Hong Kong 69 2 6
United States 35 0 6
Thailand 35 0 19
Taiwan 26 1 2
Malaysia 22 0 17
Italy 22 1
Australia 19 0 11
Iran 18 4
Germany 16 0 13
Vietnam 16 0 15
France 12 1 7
United Arab Emirates 11 0 3
Macau 10 0 5
Canada 9 0 3
United Kingdom 9 0 8
India 3 0 3
Philippines 3 1 2
Russia 2 0 2
Spain 2 0 2
Israel 1 0
Lebanon 1 0
Sweden 1 0
Belgium 1 0 1
Cambodia 1 0 1
Egypt 1 0 1
Finland 1 0 1
Nepal 1 0 1
Sri Lanka 1 0 1
32 territories 78,241 2,360 20,871‬
As of 22 February 2020 · History: China, others
Notes
  1. ^ Region where case was diagnosed. Nationality and location of original infection may vary.
  2. ^ "–" denotes that no data is currently available for that territory, not that the value is zero.
  3. ^ Includes clinically diagnosed cases and deaths from 12 February 2020 and onwards in the province of Hubei, based on medical imaging features of the pneumonia. This also includes asymptomatic cases that have been tested positive for the virus.
  4. ^ The cruise ship Diamond Princess is currently quarantined in Japanese territorial waters and managed by the Japanese government. However, these cases are not included in the Japanese government's official count of total confirmed cases in the country. Similarly, the World Health Organization classifies the cases as being located "on an international conveyance" instead of in Japan.

This article documents countries affected by and responses to the coronavirus responsible for the 2019–20 outbreak in Wuhan, China, and may not include all the contemporary major responses and measures.

Outbreak in mapEdit


Confirmed casesEdit

As of 21 February 2020, a total of 77,250 cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) were confirmed in 32 countries and territories, including 1,357 cases outside of mainland China.

New Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus outside Mainland China by Country and Territory ()

Date

(Local)

International
Conveyancea
New that day
Sum to date
2020.01.13 1[20] 1 1
2020.01.14 -- 1
2020.01.15 1[21] 1 2
2020.01.16 -- 2
2020.01.17 1[22] 1 3
2020.01.18 -- 3
2020.01.19 -- 3
2020.01.20 1[23] 1 4
2020.01.21 1[24] 1[25] 2 6
2020.01.22 1[26] 2[27] 3 9
2020.01.23 2[28] 1[26] 1[29] 2[30] 6 15
2020.01.24 3[31] 2[32] 3[33] 1[21] 1[34] 1[35] 2[36] 1[37] 1[38] 15 30
2020.01.25 4[39] 1[40] 1[21] 4[41] 10 40
2020.01.26 3[42] 3[43] 1[44] 1[21] 1[45] 1[46] 3[47] 3[48] 16 56
2020.01.27 2[49] 1[50] 1[51] 1[52] 1[53] 1[54] 1[55] 1[56] 1[57] 10 66
2020.01.28 3[58][59] 1[60] 3[61] 3[21] 2[62] 6[63] 18 84
2020.01.29 2[64] 2[65] 1[66] 1[67] 1[60] 1[21] 3[68] 3[69] 4[70] 18 102
2020.01.30 2[71] 1[72] 2[73] 1[74] 1[75] 1[76] 4[21] 2[77] 1[78] 1[79] 3[80] 1[81] 3[82] 23 125
2020.01.31 1[83] 1[84] 1[85] 2[86] 2[87] 1[21] 5[88][89] 2[90] 3[91] 1[86] 1[92] 5[93] 2[94] 1[95] 28 153
2020.02.01 1[96] 3[97] 1[98] 1[99] 3[21] 1[100] 2[101] 1[102] 1[103] 1[104] 15 168
2020.02.02 1[105] 1[106] 2[107] 3[108] 1[109] 3[110] 1[111] 12 180
2020.02.03 2[112] 1[98] 1[113] 4 184
2020.02.04 3[114] 2[115] 1[116] 1[117] 1[118] 3[21] 1[119] 2[120] 6[121] 6[122] 2[123] 28 212
2020.02.05 3[124] 2[125] 3[126] 3[127][128] 2[129] 1[130] 4[131] 1[132] 10a[133] 29 241
2020.02.06 3[134] 5[135][136] 1[137] 2[138] 1[139] 1[140] 4[141] 2[142] 2[143] 1[144] 2[145] 10a[146] 34 275
2020.02.07 2[147] 1[148] 1[149] 1[150] 3[151] 1[152] 41a[153] 50 325
2020.02.08 1[154] 5[155] 1[126] 1[156] 7[157] 7[158] 2[159] 3a[160] 27 352
2020.02.09 10[161] 1[162] 3[163][164] 1[165] 3[166] 1[citation needed] 1[167] 1[citation needed] 6a[168] 27 379
2020.02.10 6[169] 2[126] 1[170] 2[171] 1[citation needed] 4[172] 1[citation needed] 65a[173] 82 461
2020.02.11 7[174] 2[175] 1[126] 1[176] 2[177] 1[178] 1[citation needed] 15 476
2020.02.12 1[179] 3[180] 1[181] 1 39a[182] 45 521
2020.02.13 3[183] 4[126] 1[184] 8[185] 1[citation needed] 1[citation needed] 44a[186] 62 583
2020.02.14 3[187] 1 1 7[188] 9[189] 21 604
2020.02.15 1[190] 12[188] 3[191][192] 5[193] 1[194] 67a[195] 89 693
2020.02.16 1[196] 2[197] 6[188] 1[198] 3[199] 1[citation needed] 70a[200] 84 777
2020.02.17 3[201] 2[202] 7 1[203] 2[204] 1 99a[205] 115 892
2020.02.18 2[citation needed] 8[citation needed] 1[206] 4[207] 88a[citation needed] 103 995
2020.02.19 3[citation needed] 1[citation needed] 2[citation needed] 10[citation needed] 20[208][209] 3[210] 79a[citation needed] 118 1113
2020.02.20 4 1 3[citation needed] 10[citation needed] 53[citation needed] 1[211] 13a[citation needed] 85 1198
2020.02.21 2 4 1 13 1 16 13 100 1 1[212] 20 173 1378
Since 13 January 69 10 26 19 1 1 9 1 1 12 16 3 18 1 19 108 204 1 22b 1 3 2 86 2 1 1 35 9 9 35 16 634 1378 1378
International
Conveyancea
New that day
Sum to date
*Notes:
a The number of coronavirus-positive cases aboard the Diamond Princess was reported by the Japan's MHLW; it, however, is not included in any government’s official count.
The WHO originally counted the number towards Japan, but beginning from 6 February it categorized as "International Conveyance (Japan)".[213]
On 5 February, first 10 passengers was tested positive, including: 3 Hong Kong citizens, 3 Japanese nationals, 2 Australians, 1 Filipino and 1 US citizen.[214]
On 6 February, additional 10 passengers was announced. This included: 4 Japanese nationals, 2 Canadians, 2 US citizens, 1 New Zealander and 1 Taiwanese.[215]
On 7 February, additional 41 was announced. This included: 21 Japanese nationals, 8 US citizens, 5 Australians, 5 Canadians, 1 Argentine and 1 UK citizen.[216]
On 8 February, 3 more confirmed cases included 2 US citizens and 1 Chinese citizen.[217] On 9 February, additional 6 cases (4 Filipinos, 1 Ukrainian and 1 US citizen) was reported.[218]
On 10 February, 65 more cases was announced. This included: 45 Japanese nationals, 11 US citizens, 4 Australians, 3 Filipinos, 1 Canadian, and 1 Ukrainian.[219]
On 12 February, additional 39 was reported, with 10 Japanese nationals and 29 foreigners from 11 other countries.[220] On 13 February, 44 more was infected, with 29 Japanese and 15 non-Japanese nationals.[221]

b An international conveyance case aboard the MS Westerdam was included in the Malaysian government's official count. It was designated Case 22.[192]


AfricaEdit

EgyptEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Egypt
(as of 14 February):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

All flights from China to Egypt have been banned since 26 January. Egypt's health ministry announced the first case in the country at Cairo International Airport involving a Chinese national on 14 February.[222][223] Egyptian authorities had notified the World Health Organization (WHO) and the patient had been placed in quarantined isolation in hospital.[224] Preventive measures were subsequently taken to monitor those who came into contact with the person where the others tested negative for the virus.[225]

AmericasEdit

CanadaEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Canada
(as of 30 January):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) implemented signage in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal airports to raise awareness of the virus and has added a health screening question to the electronic kiosks for passengers arriving from central China; however, there are no direct flights from Wuhan to Canada.[226][227]

On 23 January, Minister of Health Patty Hajdu said that five or six people were being monitored for signs of the virus, including at least one in Quebec (who has since been cleared[228]) and another in Vancouver.[229]

On 25 January, the first presumptive case in Canada was admitted to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto and placed into a negative pressure chamber.[230] The patient, a male in his 50s who travelled between Wuhan and Guangzhou before returning to Toronto on 22 January, contacted emergency services following rapid onset symptoms.[231] The presumption of infection in the patient was made after a rapid test was done at Public Health Ontario's Toronto laboratory. Final testing conducted at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, Manitoba validated the presumptive confirmation on 27 January.[232][233][234] Authorities said that the patient was experiencing respiratory problems but was in stable condition.[230] His condition later improved and he was released from hospital on 31 January.[235]

On 27 January, the Chief Medical Officer of Health of Ontario announced the man's wife as the second presumptive case.[236] This case was confirmed the following day.[237] Officials reported that she was in good condition and that she was asymptomatic.[230]

On 28 January, the first presumptive case in British Columbia was announced.[238] The individual, a male in his 40s and a resident of the Vancouver area, had travelled regularly to China for work.[239] Officials reported that he had returned from Wuhan on his most recent voyage and he sought medical attention on 26 January following symptom onset and he has since been in self-isolation at home.[239] A diagnostic test was conducted and it returned positive for the virus.[239] The case was later confirmed and validated by the National Microbiology Laboratory on 29 January.[230] The Minister of Health and Provincial Health Officer for British Columbia Adrian Dix said that officials were in contact with a "small number" of people who may have interacted with the individual.[239]

As of 29 January, the Government of Canada issued a travel advisory to avoid non-essential travel to China due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.[240] The Government of Canada also issued a regional travel advisory to avoid all travel to the Province of Hubei—including the cities of Wuhan, Huanggang and Ezhou—due to the imposition of heavy travel restrictions in order to limit the spread of the virus.[240] On the same day, the Minister of Foreign Affairs François-Philippe Champagne announced that an aircraft would be sent to repatriate Canadians from the areas affected by the virus in China.[241] As a result of the travel advisories issued by the Canadian government, Air Canada suspended all direct flights to China until at least 29 February.[242]

On 31 January, the third case in Ontario (and the fourth case in Canada) was reported in the city of London.[243] Officials said that the individual, a woman in her 20s and a student at University of Western Ontario, returned from Wuhan on 23 January.[244] She was asymptomatic and had tested negative at first, but additional advanced testing confirmed that the woman had low levels of the virus in her system.[244] Officials said that the individual wore a mask during her voyage and she voluntarily entered self-isolation upon her return, making a full recovery after two or three days.[244] On the same day, the Government of Ontario reported that 17 cases were under investigation within its provincial jurisdiction.[245] Officials said that most of the individuals under investigation were awaiting results while in self-isolation at home.[246] As of 30 January, the associate medical officer of Ontario said that the province had conducted a total of 67 tests with 38 negative results.[246] Officials said that all possible cases—including previous negative results—were being retested as additional assessments become available.[244]

As of 6 February, there were two presumptive cases in BC involving a man and a woman in their 30s.[needs update][247]

On 14 February, BC reported a fifth case involving a woman who came back to Vancouver from Shanghai when she began to report symptoms.[248]

On 20 February, BC announced a sixth case in the province involving a woman in her 30s who returned from Iran.[249]

Canadians who are stuck in areas of China hit by the coronavirus were informed in early February that they can leave the country once a chartered plane is able to fly into the country,[needs update] but not their spouses/children due to having Chinese nationality.[250]

United StatesEdit

The first case was confirmed in a 35-year-old man living in Snohomish County, Washington.[251] The man had recently travelled from Wuhan to Seattle–Tacoma International Airport.[252][253][254] He was released from the hospital on 3 February after two weeks of treatment.[255][256][257]

On 13 February, the CDC confirmed the fifteenth case in another US national evacuated from Wuhan being held in quarantine at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas.[258]

AsiaEdit

CambodiaEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Cambodia
(as of 29 January):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

On 27 January, Cambodia confirmed its first case in Sihanoukville, a 60-year-old Chinese man travelling to the coastal city from Wuhan with his family.[259] Three other members of his family were placed under quarantine as they did not appear to have symptoms, while he was placed in a separate room at the Preah Sihanouk Referral Hospital.[260] He was reportedly in a stable condition.[261][262]

 
A pharmacy shelf in Kep, Cambodia, sold out of hand sanitizer the day after Cambodia's first case was confirmed

The cruise ship MS Westerdam arrived in Sihanoukville on 13 February after it had been rejected by other countries due to virus concerns. Hundreds of passengers disembarked there. On 15 February, one of them was stopped in Malaysia and later tested positive, leading to concern that other passengers may also have been infected.[263]

Mainland ChinaEdit

 
coronavirus outbreak in China
 
2019-nCoV cases in mainland China broken down by provinces[264]

The 2019–20 coronavirus outbreak was first manifested by a cluster of mysterious pneumonia in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province in Mainland China. After a Wuhan hospital notified local center for disease control and prevention (CDC) and health commissions on 27 On 31 December, Wuhan CDC admitted there was a cluster of unknown pneumonia regarding Huanan Seafood Market, as unverified documents appeared on the Internet. The potential disease outbreak soon drew nationwide attention, including that of the National Health Commission (NHC) in Beijing, who sent experts to Wuhan on the following day. On 8 January, a new coronavirus was identified as the cause of the pneumonia.[265] The sequence of the virus was soon published on an open-access database.[266] Measures taken by China were widely praised by many including the World Health Organization (WHO).[267][268][269] China's response appeared to be much more transparent, especially when compared to how the country responded to SARS in 2003.[268][270]

However, delayed and controversial response by the Wuhan and Hubei authorities failed to contain the outbreak in the early stage, which has led to criticism from the public and the media.[271] By 29 January, the virus had been spread to all provinces of Mainland China.[272][273][274] By 8 February, over 724 had died of the coronavirus infection-associated pneumonia and 34,878 were confirmed to be infected. In Hubei alone, there were 24,953 cases of infections and 699 related deaths.[275] All provinces of Mainland China had initiated the highest response level to public health emergency.[276] WHO declared the outbreak a "public health emergency of international concern" on 31 January,[274] for fear that the virus spread beyond China to where there is no robust healthcare system, despite its confidence in China's efforts.[277]

Chinese Communist Party general secretary Xi Jinping warned of a 'grave situation' facing China.[278][279] The Party Politburo formed a special leading group for epidemic control led by Premier Li Keqiang. Chinese New Year celebrations were cancelled. Passengers were checked for their temperatures.[280] Commands for epidemic control (CEC) have been formed in different regions including Wuhan and Hubei. Many inter-province bus services[281] and railway services have been suspended.[282] By 29th, all Hubei cities had been quarantined.[283] Curfew laws are in practice in Huanggang, Wenzhou[284] and other Mainland cities.[285] The region also sees a huge shortage of face masks and other protective gears, despite itself being the world's manufacturing hub for these products.[286]

With the increasing reported cases of infections, fear upgraded along with regional discrimination in China and racial discrimination beyond China, despite calls for stopping the discrimination by many governments.[287][288] Some rumors circulated across Chinese social media, along with counter-rumor efforts by media and governments.[289][290]

Hong KongEdit

On 8 January, Hong Kong's Centre for Health Protection (CHP) added "Severe respiratory disease associated with a novel infectious agent" to their list of notifiable diseases to expand their authority on quarantine.[291] The Hong Kong government also shortened hospital visits and made it a requirement for visitors to wear face masks. Screening was tightened at airports and train stations with connections to Wuhan.[292] In the first week of 2020, 30 unwell travellers from Wuhan were tested. Most had other respiratory viruses.[293][294]

 
Map of the outbreak in Hong Kong by district (as of 4 February):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

On 22 January, a mainland man, aged 39, who travelled from Shenzhen and arrived in Hong Kong by high-speed rail developed symptoms of pneumonia. He had been to Wuhan in the previous month. He tested positive and was hospitalised in Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong Island. A 56-year-old man from Ma On Shan, who had visited Wuhan, also tested positive.[295][296]

The Hong Kong government designated the Lady MacLehose Holiday Village in Sai Kung as a quarantine centre.[297] The Hong Kong Tourism Board cancelled the Lunar New Year Cup and a four-day Lunar New Year carnival, citing concerns over the virus outbreak.[298][299] On 24 January, health authorities confirmed a fifth case.[300]

On 25 January, the Hong Kong government declared the viral outbreak as an "emergency", the highest warning tier.[301] The city's largest amusement parks, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Ocean Park Hong Kong, and Madame Tussauds Hong Kong closed from 26 January, until further notice.[302]

On 28 January, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Carrie Lam stated the high-speed rail service between Hong Kong and mainland China would be suspended starting on 30 January, and all cross-border ferry services would also be suspended in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus.[303] Additionally, flights from mainland China would be cut in half, cross-border bus services reduced, and the Hong Kong government is asking all its employees (except those providing essential/emergency services) to work from home. In a later press conference that day, Carrie Lam said that the Man Kam To and Sha Tau Kok border checkpoints would be closed.[304]

The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) announced that all facilities overseen by the department including all public museums, public libraries and sports centres and venues will be closed until further notice as a health precaution.[305] On February 14, the LCSD announced that the closure of its facilities will extended until 2 March 2020.[306]

On 4 February, the CHP reported Hong Kong's first death, that of a 39-year-old patient, the 13th case.[307]

On 5 February, Hong Kong confirmed three more cases.[308] Another three were confirmed on 6 February,[309] with another two cases on 7 February.[310]

On 9 February, Hong Kong confirmed three more cases with two from the same family, bringing the total number to 29.[311] It was also announced on the same day that the passengers and crew of the World Dream cruise ship were allowed to leave after a check revealed that they were negative for the coronavirus and have no history of being in close contact with eight passengers who disembarked and were found to be positive for the virus.[312]

As of 17 February, the CHP had identified 60 cases in Hong Kong with two patients since recovered.[313][314]

40 police officers have been quarantined after a 40-year old officer was confirmed to have it.

IndiaEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in India
(as of 3 February):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

The Government of India issued a travel advisory to its citizens, particularly for Wuhan, where about 500 Indian medical students study.[315] It directed seven major international airports to perform thermal screening of passengers arriving from China.[316][317]

On 30 January, India confirmed its first case in a student who had returned from Wuhan University to Kerala.[318] On 2 February, a second case was confirmed in Kerala; the individual traveled regularly between India and China.[319] On 3 February, the third positive case was reported in Kerala. The patient had traveled from Wuhan.[320] All three have since recovered from the infection.[321]

International ConveyanceEdit

The 2019–20 coronavirus outbreak spread to several cruise ships including the Diamond Princess and the MS Westerdam, and was found to be absent from the World Dream.

IranEdit

Iran reported its first confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 infections on 19 February 2020 in Qom.[322] Later that day, the Ministry of Health and Medical Education stated that both had died.[323]

By 21 February, a total of 18 people had been confirmed to have SARS-CoV-2 infections[324] and four COVID-19 deaths had occurred.[323][325]

IsraelEdit

One new case is confirmed in the country in 21 February. It is a citizen who flew home from Japan after being quarantined in Diamond Princess.[326] The victim is currently in quarantine at the Sheba Medical Center in the Tel Aviv suburb city of Ramat Gan.

JapanEdit

The first case was confirmed in a 30-year-old Chinese national who had previously traveled to Wuhan developed a fever on 3 January and subsequently returned to Japan on 6 January.

LebanonEdit

The Minister of Public Health confirmed in a press conference on 21 February that a woman in Beirut coming from Qom, Iran has coronavirus and she was transferred to the hospital immediately[327].

MacauEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Macau
(as of 28 January):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

By 22 January, Macau had confirmed two cases, a 52-year-old woman and a 66-year-old man, both from Wuhan.[328] On the morning of 26 January, the Macau Health Bureau confirmed three additional cases: a 58-year-old woman arriving from Hong Kong on 23 January after travelling to Wuhan, and both a 21-year-old woman and a 39-year-old woman arriving in Macau on 22 January via the Lotus Bridge; all of which were residents of Wuhan. The Macau government has since temporarily closed all schools and universities, and has imposed border controls with temperature checks.[329] The government also declared the closing of several venues to limit the possible spread of the virus, including several entertainment venues and planned Lunar New Year performances.[330]

On 27 January, a 15-year-old boy, the son of one of the previously confirmed patients, was declared the sixth case of the virus in Macau.[331] On 28 January, the seventh case was announced, a 67-year-old woman and resident of Wuhan who travelled to Guangzhou before entering Macau through the Barrier Gate checkpoint.[332] All 7 have recovered.

MalaysiaEdit

Eight Chinese nationals were quarantined at a hotel in Johor Bahru on 24 January after coming into contact with an infected person in neighbouring Singapore.[333] Despite early reports of them testing negative for the virus,[334] three of them were confirmed to be infected on 25 January.[335][336]

On 16 February, the 15th infected patient involving a Chinese female national had fully recovered, becoming the 8th patient cured from the virus in Malaysia.[337] The following day, the first infected Malaysian also reportedly recovered, becoming the 9th cured.[338]

NepalEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Nepal
(as of 26 January):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

A Nepali student who had returned from Wuhan[339] became the first case of the country and South Asia on 24 January, after a sample sent to WHO Collaborating Centre Hong Kong.[340][341] He was discharged after his condition improved[342][343] and was told to quarantine himself at home.[344]

PhilippinesEdit

The first case in the Philippines was confirmed on 30 January.[345] On 5 February, the Department of Health (DOH) confirmed a third case.[346]

SingaporeEdit

The first case in Singapore was confirmed on 23 January.[347] Subsequently, the first locally transmitted cases were reported on 4 February. Yong Thai Hang, a shop that mainly serves Chinese tourists, was identified as the locus of the infection, where four women without recent history of travel to China contracted the virus.[348]

As of 21 February, there were a total of 86 confirmed cases.[349] On the same day, there were eight confirmed cases that had not been traced back to a Wuhan or local source of transmission.[350]

South KoreaEdit

The first confirmed case of the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in South Korea was announced 20 January 2020.[351] On 19 February, the number of confirmed cases increased by 20 and on 20 February by 53, giving a total of 104 confirmed cases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Korea (KCDC), with the sudden jump mostly attributed to "Patient No. 31" who participated in a gathering at a Shincheonji Church of Jesus the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony church in Daegu.[352] As of 20 February 2020, the number of confirmed cases in South Korea was the third largest after China and the infections on the Diamond Princess cruise ship.

Sri LankaEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Sri Lanka
(as of 27 January):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

On 27 January, the first confirmed case of the virus was reported in Sri Lanka, a 47-year-old Chinese woman from Hubei Province in China; she was admitted to the National Institute of Infection Diseases.[353] She had arrived as a tourist with another group of travelers and had been screened at the Bandaranaike International Airport after having a high fever. She had fully recovered and was released from hospital on 19 February.[354]

As of 19 February there were no other confirmed infected patients. Four patients were under observation in government hospitals, including one foreigner.[355] 33 Sri Lankan students and families were evacuated from Wuhan and kept under Quarantine at a Military facility at Diyatalawa.[356] They were released after two weeks quarantine period on 14 February.[357]

Prior to 27 January, the Ministry of Health in Sri Lanka had instructed the Quarantine Unit at Bandaranaike International Airport to screen passengers for symptoms. Additionally, the ministry warned that infants, children, pregnant women, the elderly and people who suffer from chronic diseases among other issues should avoid visiting crowded places when possible.[358] A 22-member National Action Committee has been set up by the ministry to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Sri Lanka.[359] The Department of Immigration and Emigration also informed all construction sites with Chinese resident visa holders to restrict their Chinese employees to their respective workplaces and lodgings.[360]

Following the first reported case of coronavirus in Sri Lanka on 27 January, demand for face masks in the country soared and the country began to face a face mask shortage.[361] Some pharmacies in the country had sold all face masks and there were reports from customers that face masks were being sold at over ten to twenty times the original price.[361] As a result, the country's drug regulatory agency will place price controls on face masks.[361]

TaiwanEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Taiwan
(as of 28 January):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

On 21 January, the first case in Taiwan was confirmed in a 50-year-old woman who just returned to Taoyuan International Airport from her teaching job in Wuhan.[362] She reported on her own initiative and was hospitalised without formal domestic entry.[362] As of 21 February, there are 26 confirmed cases, including one death.[363][364] Among the confirmed cases is a Taiwanese man in his 50s who was fined NT$300,000 for failure to report his symptoms and attempting to conceal his subsequent activities, leading to a potential contamination incident at a ballroom in Kaohsiung.[365] The first domestic case was diagnosed in Taiwan on 28 January.[366] A Taiwanese national aboard the Diamond Princess tested positive on 6 February.[367] As of 19 February, five Taiwanese nationals aboard the ship have tested positive.[368] The first death in Taiwan was confirmed on 16 February involving a man in his 60s.[364] A woman in Taiwan was reported to have tested positive for novel coronavirus on 19 February 2020, though she had not traveled outside of Taiwan for two years.[369]

ThailandEdit

On 13 January, Thailand had its first case, also the first outside China.[370][371][372]

On 15 February, the 35th case was found on 35 years old Thai woman who worked in private hospital. This marked the first time infection on a health worker. An investigation found she did not wear a mask and protective suit while treating a patient.[373]

United Arab EmiratesEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in the United Arab Emirates
(as of 10 February):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

On 23 January, Abu Dhabi International Airport and Dubai International Airport announced that travellers arriving directly from China would have their temperatures screened.[374][375]

On 29 January, the first case in the UAE was confirmed to be a 73-year-old woman of a Chinese national who came to the country on holiday with her family from Wuhan.[376][377] The family of four, mother, 41-year-old father, eight-year-old boy, and the 73-year-old grandmother arrived in the Emirates on 16 January and took the grandmother to a doctor with flu-like symptoms on 23 January, where it was discovered that the family was infected.[378] The announcement led to a sell out of face masks across the UAE.[379][380]

On 31 January, the fifth case of coronavirus in the UAE was confirmed, in someone who had travelled from Wuhan to Dubai.[381] The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) directed all DHA-licensed hospitals to consider all suspected and confirmed cases as emergencies and patients are to be treated free of charge, including those without insurance.[382]

On 8 February, the sixth and seventh cases, of Chinese and Filipino nationality, were confirmed.[383][384]

On 9 February, the first patient was released after being cured.[385]

On 10 February, the eighth case was confirmed to be an Indian expat who had interacted with a recently diagnosed person.[386]

On 14 February, two more patients recovered and were discharged from the hospital. The two patients were the Chinese 41-year-old father and eight-year-old boy from the family of the first case.[387]

VietnamEdit

The first two confirmed cases were hospitalised on 22 January at Chợ Rẫy Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City. These were a Chinese man (#1) travelling from Wuhan to Hanoi to visit his son living in Vietnam, and the son (#2), who is believed to have contracted the disease from his father.[388]

On 13 February, the father of an earlier case was tested positive, making the number of cases in Vietnam 16.[389]

By 21 February, 2020, 15 of 16 have recovered.[390]

EuropeEdit

New confirmed cases[notes 1][391] of SARS-CoV-2 infection in Europe by country ()

Date (CET)[notes 2]
Belgium
Finland
France
Germany
Italy
Russia
Spain
Sweden
United
Kingdom
Europe
Sum
2020.01.24 3[392] 3 3
2020.01.25 0
2020.01.26 0
2020.01.27 1[393] 1 4
2020.01.28 1[394] 3[395] 4 8
2020.01.29 1[396] 1[394] 2 10
2020.01.30 1[397] 1[398][399] 2 12
2020.01.31 2[398][400][399] 2[401] 2[402] 1[403][399] 1[404] 2[405] 10 22
2020.02.01 1[406] 1 23
2020.02.02 2[407] 2 25
2020.02.03 2[408] 2 27
2020.02.04 1[409][410] 1[410][411] 28
2020.02.05 0[411][412]
2020.02.06 1[413] 1[413] 1[414] 3[412][413] 31
2020.02.07 0[413][415]
2020.02.08 5[416] 1[415] 6[413][415] 37
2020.02.09 1[417] 5[418][419] 6[417][418][419] 43
2020.02.10 0
2020.02.11 2[420] 2[420] 45
2020.02.12 1[421] 1[421] 46
2020.02.13 0[422]
2020.02.14 0[423]
2020.02.15 1 1[424] 47
2020.02.16 0[425]
2020.02.17 0[425]
2020.02.18 0[426]
2020.02.19 0[427]
2020.02.20 0[428]
2020.02.21 16[429] 16[429] 63
Since 24 Jan 1 1 12 16 19 2 2 1 9 63
Deaths: 1[430] 1[citation needed] 2
Notes:
  1. ^ Laboratory-confirmed cases, including those without disease symptoms.
  2. ^ Dates from national medical sources directly or via media if available;
    ECDC graphs assign dates typically 24 hours later than these.


BelgiumEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Belgium
(as of 4 February):
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Belgian nationals living in Hubei have been repatriated on a series of evacuation flights arriving in Belgium on 1 February,[431] where everyone repatriated will be quarantined and examined in a military hospital. Infected people will be transferred to a specialized hospital.[432][433] Non-essential flights to China, Hong Kong excluded, have been highly discouraged, with some travel companies cancelling all flights to China.[434] Chinese New Year celebrations were cancelled at the University of Leuven.[435]

On 4 February, Belgium confirmed its first case.[436] The patient, a 54-year-old male without symptoms, was one of nine Belgians repatriated from China.[437] All nine of the Belgians were quarantined.[needs update][436]

FinlandEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Finland
(as of 29 January):
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On 28 January, a 32-year-old Chinese woman from Wuhan sought medical attention in Ivalo. She was quarantined at Lapland Central Hospital in Rovaniemi. She had travelled from Wuhan.[438][439][440][441] The woman recovered and was discharged on 5 February after testing negative on two consecutive days.[442]

On 30 January, Finnish health officials estimated that up to 24 people had been exposed to the virus there.[443] By 5 February, three of the potentially exposed individuals were known to have left the country, and fourteen of the remaining 21 had been placed in quarantine and were expected to be released over the following weekend.[442]

On 27 January, Finland's foreign ministry advised citizens to avoid unnecessary travel to Hubei province.[444] The following day, the Finnish airline Finnair announced it was suspending five weekly routes to Nanjing and Beijing Daxing until the end of March.[445]

FranceEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in France
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On 24 January, the first confirmed case in Europe was reported in Bordeaux, with two more in Paris; all in people recently returned from China.[446][447][448] In Paris, a 31-year-old man and his 30-year-old partner, both from Wuhan, were infected. They arrived in France on 18 January. The third patient hospitalized in Bordeaux is a 48-year-old Frenchman from China, who arrived on the territory on 22 January. Immediately taken in charge by the service d'aide médicale urgente [fr], the patient was isolated in hospital, his condition is considered reassuring. The authorities are trying to determine whether he may have infected people around him.[449]

On 28 January, the fourth case, an 80-year-old Chinese tourist, was confirmed in Paris.[450]

On 29 January, his 50-year-old daughter was confirmed as the fifth case.[451]

On 30 January, the sixth case, a doctor, was confirmed in Paris. He had listened to a Chinese tourist whose contamination was confirmed when she returned in China.[452]

Five new cases were announced by Minister of Health Agnès Buzyn on 8 February. This group was in holidays in the city of Les Contamines-Montjoie in Haute-Savoie.[453] They were infected by a British national who was few days before in Singapore.[454]

The first death in Europe was in France on 15 February, when the 80 year-old Chinese tourist from the Hubei Province, registered as the fourth French case, died in Bichat–Claude Bernard Hospital in Paris.[455] On the same day another British national was declared infected, he was in the same chalet of the five other cases in Contamines-Montjoie.[456]

On February 18, the new Minister of Health Olivier Véran, announced that only four people remained infected in France and in quarantine care at the hospital, all British nationals, three from the first group of Contamines-Montjoie and a fourth case discovered later. [457]

Case Date Age Gender Nationality Hospital admitted to Been to China Status Note Source
1 24 January 2020 48 Male French Hôpital Pellegrin, Bordeaux Yes Discharged First case in Europe. Wine merchant back from China. Out of hospital on February 13. [458][459]
2 30 Male Chinese Hôpital Bichat, Paris Yes Discharged Couple living in France back from China. Out of hospital on February 12. [460][461][462]
3 31 Female Hôpital Bichat, Paris Discharged
4 28 January 2020 80 Male Chinese Hôpital Bichat, Paris Yes Dead Chinese tourist. Was in a critical condition. Dead on February 14, first one in Europe. [463]
5 29 January 2020 50 Female Hôpital Bichat, Paris Discharged Chinese tourist. Daughter of the fourth infected. It is not clear if she had the virus in China or contracted it from her father. Out of hospital at the start of the third week in February. [464][457]
6 30 January 2020 Unknown Male French Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris No Discharged Doctor infected with a patient, who later returned to Asia. Out of hospital on February 14. [465]
7 8 February 2020 Adult Male British Hôpital de la Croix-Rousse, Lyon (2) or Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Saint-Étienne(1). No In Hospital Contaminated by another British tourist who is back to UK and diagnosed as the fourth infected in this country. [457][453][466]
8 Adult Unknown In Hospital
9 Adult Unknown In Hospital
10 Adult Unknown Hôpital de la Croix-Rousse, Lyon Discharged Contaminated by another British tourist who is back to UK and diagnosed as the fourth infected in this country. Out of hospital at the start of the third week in February.
11 9 Male Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Grenoble Discharged Contaminated by another British tourist who is back to UK and diagnosed as the fourth infected in this country. Out of hospital on February 16 or 17.
12 15 February 2020 Adult Male Hôpital de la Croix-Rousse, Lyon No In Hospital Person who stayed with other infected British citizens. He was diagnosed with the virus during the incubation period some days later he spent in quarantine. [456]

GermanyEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Germany
(as of 13 February):
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On 27 January, the Bavarian Ministry of Health announced that a man from Starnberg district in Bavaria had become infected with the disease.[467] His was the first known case of a person contracting the virus outside of China from a non-relative (the first known transmission of the virus outside China being father to son in Vietnam).[468]

On 28 January, three more novel coronavirus cases were confirmed. All four patients are employees of the same company; they are being medically monitored and quarantined at the München Hospital in Schwabing.[469]

On 30 January, a man tested positive. He was working at the same company as the other four confirmed German cases.[470]

On 31 January, the child of the man diagnosed on 30 January became Germany's sixth confirmed case. The child's sibling was confirmed positive on 3 February.[471] The man's wife tested positive on 6 February.[472] Also on 31 January, another employee of the same company became the seventh confirmed case.[473]

On 1 February, around 90 German citizens left Wuhan on a flight arranged by the German government. Upon arrival they were quarantined in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate for 14 days.[474] Also on 1 February, a man residing in Munich, who works for the same company as the other confirmed cases, tested positive, becoming Germany's eighth case.[475] On 2 February, two of the arrivals from China tested positive and were moved from the quarantine location in Germersheim to an isolation unit at a hospital in Frankfurt.[476] On 3 February, another employee was confirmed positive.[477]

On 7 February, the wife of a previously diagnosed man tested positive.[478]

On 11 February, another employee tested positive, as did a family member of a previously diagnosed employee.[479]

ItalyEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Italy
(as of 21 February):
  Confirmed cases reported
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Enhanced screening measures, including thermal cameras and medical staff, have been set up at Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport and Milan Malpensa Airport.[480][481]

On 31 January, two cases were confirmed in Rome as Chinese tourists who arrived in Milan on 23 January. They arrived via Milan Malpensa Airport and travelled to Rome on a tourism bus.[482]

On 6 February, one of the Italians repatriated from Wuhan was confirmed to be infected, bringing the total in the country to 3.[483]

On 21 February, 16 more cases were confirmed (14 in Lombardy, 2 in Veneto). A 38-year-old Italian went to a first aid nearby Lodi reporting respiratory issues. The patient, his pregnant wife and a friend were confirmed to be positive to the virus. The patient apparently caught the virus following a dinner at the end of January with a friend who had been in China, but the symptoms didn't show up until the 19 February. Three further cases came up when they went to the first aid of the same town reporting pneumonia symptoms.[484]

On 22 February, the first death in the country was recorded in Padua as a 78-year-old man succumbed to the virus.[485]

RussiaEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Russia
(as of 31 January):
  Confirmed cases reported
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The Russian consumer health watchdog Rospotrebnadzor advised tourists to refrain from visiting Wuhan and to stay away from Chinese zoos and markets selling animals and seafood. The agency also said that development of a vaccine against the virus was underway, relying on the WHO's recommendations.[486][487] The Russian city of Blagoveshchensk, near the Chinese border, limited access to the country. Cultural exchange and official visits to China were cancelled. The Governors of the Amur Region Vasily Orlov, and of the Penza Oblast Ivan Belozertsev, called on residents to abandon trips to China altogether. Residents of large cities have been told to avoid contact with tourists from China.[488]

On 31 January, two cases were confirmed, one in Tyumen Oblast, another in Zabaykalsky Krai. Both were Chinese nationals.[489][490]

On 13 February, police arrested a woman who breached quarantine protocols after being airlifted out of China and testing negative for the virus.[491]

SpainEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Spain
(as of 9 February):
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On 31 January, the first case in Spain, a German patient, was confirmed on the Canary Island of La Gomera.[492] On 9 February, the second case was found to be a British man in Palma de Mallorca.[493]

SwedenEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Sweden
(as of 31 January):
  Confirmed cases reported
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On 31 January, a patient at Ryhov County Hospital in Jönköping tested positive. She is since February 5[when?] being kept in isolation at the clinic for infectious diseases and is, since February 5th 2020, not seriously ill[needs update].[494]

United KingdomEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in the United Kingdom
(as of 12 February):
  Confirmed cases reported
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Heathrow Airport has tightened surveillance of the three direct flights that it receives from Wuhan every week; each will be met by a Port Health team. In addition, all airports in the UK have written guidance (in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese) available for unwell travellers.[495][496] The British government have been tracing up to 2,000 people who came in on flights from Wuhan.[497] There was contention over whether the government should assist the repatriation of UK passport holders from the greatest affected areas, or restrict travel from affected regions altogether.[498][499] An evacuation flight from Wuhan landed at RAF Brize Norton on 31 January and the passengers, none of whom are showing symptoms, are being taken to quarantine, in a staff residential block at Arrowe Park Hospital in the Wirral.[500] Some British nationals in Wuhan had been informed that they could be evacuated but their spouses and/or children with mainland Chinese passports could not.[501] This was later overturned, but the delay meant that some people missed the flight.[500]

On 31 January two cases were confirmed in England, both members of a family of Chinese nationals staying in a hotel in York who were taken to specialist facilities in Newcastle upon Tyne.[405][502] On 6 February, a third case, a man who had recently travelled to Singapore, was reported in Brighton.[503] He had infected six of his relatives during a stay in Haute-Savoie; they are hospitalized in France.[453] Four further cases were confirmed on 10 February, being epidemiologically linked to that reported on 6 February.[504][505] As of 11 February 2020, two of the confirmed cases in the UK were reported in BBC News to be general practitioners.[504] On 12 February, a ninth case was confirmed in London.[506]

On 14 February the UK government published the following guidance:[507]

Any contacts of a possible case need to be isolated or quarantined. In practice for passengers who have travelled via airplane, this will include all passengers in the 2 rows in front and behind of where the possible case was sat.

OceaniaEdit

AustraliaEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in Australia:
  Confirmed cases reported
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Warning on 31 January 2020 outside a medical centre in Sydney due to outbreak of coronavirus.

Biosecurity officials began screening arrivals on the three weekly flights to Sydney from Wuhan starting on 23 January. Passengers will also be given an information pamphlet and asked to present themselves if they have a fever or suspect they might have the disease.[508]

On 25 January, the first confirmed case was announced, a Chinese national in his 50s who had travelled from Guangzhou to Melbourne via China Southern Airlines flight CZ321 on 19 January. He is receiving treatment at Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne.[509][510]

On 25 January, it was announced that three patients had tested positive in New South Wales.[511][512] The same day, six people in New South Wales were being held under observation and confirmed to undergo hospital testing after having recently returned from Wuhan.[needs update][513]

On 27 January, a fifth case was announced, the fourth in the state of New South Wales. The patient is currently[when?] undergoing treatment at Westmead Hospital in Sydney.[needs update][514][515]

On 29 January, a 60-year-old Victorian resident was confirmed as the sixth patient in Australia, and the second in Victoria.[516]

On 29 January, a patient tested positive as the first case in Queensland and the seventh in the country, a 44-year-old Chinese national from Wuhan who was isolated at the Gold Coast Hospital.[517]

On 30 January, a Chinese national in Victoria was confirmed as the eighth case in the country.[518] A ninth was confirmed later in the day in Queensland, the second case in the state.[519]

On 1 February, the eleventh case of the virus was announced in Victoria.[520]

On 2 February, two more cases were confirmed in South Australia, a 60-year-old male and a 60-year-old female travelling from Wuhan to visit family.[521]

As of 16 February, the country had 15 confirmed cases. 8 of the earlier cases have recovered.[522]

Suspected casesEdit

AmericasEdit

BrazilEdit

On 28 January the emergency alert was raised to level 2 of 3, considering an "imminent danger" to Brazil.[523]

On 5 February, the Brazilian government sent two planes to rescue 34 of the 58 Brazilians who are in Wuhan. They and the flight crew are being quarantined for 18 days at a Brazilian Air Force base in Anápolis, state of Goiás.[524]

As of 20 February, there was 1 suspected case in Brazil.[525]

AsiaEdit

IndonesiaEdit

A total of 135 airport gates and port docks have been installed with thermal scanners by the Ministry of Health. They have also provided 100 hospitals with isolation rooms. Indonesia will not send any representatives to 2020 Lingshui China Masters.[526]

Indonesia banned all flights from and to Mainland China starting from 5 February. The government also stopped giving free visa and visa on arrival for Chinese nationals. They banned those who live or stay in Mainland China for at least 14 days before from entering or transiting Indonesia. Indonesians are discouraged from travelling to China.[527]

As of 13 February, there were two suspected cases in Indonesia, with 68 previously tested negative.[528]

Five researchers at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the chairman of the Indonesian Red Cross think it is possible, statistically, that the virus has entered Indonesia already, given the travel history from Mainland China and the other infected countries.[529]

On 18 February, it was confirmed that three of seventy-eight Indonesians on board Diamond Princess are infected with the virus.[530] A day after, another Indonesian was confirmed to be infected, bringing the number to four.[531]

MongoliaEdit

The Ministry of Health of Mongolia quarantined all colleges, schools and kindergartens until 2 March.[532] Chinggis Khaan International Airport and borders with China has tightened security, and doing medical checkups on passengers who came from China and other infected countries.[533]

As of 18 February, there were at least 6 suspected cases; Mongolia isolates suspected cases as well as those who had contact with them.[534]

In 11 February, the President of Mongolia issued a decree calling for the public to cancel the widespread celebrations of Tsagaan Sar holiday, which is to be marked between February 24 and 26. [535] On 19 February, The Ministry of Health of Mongolia extended the quarantining date of all colleges, schools and kindergartens until 30 March. [536]

North KoreaEdit

 
Map of the outbreak in North Korea
(as of 31 January):
  Confirmed cases reported
  Suspected cases reported

From 22 January, North Korea banned foreign tourists.[537]

On 23 January, suspected cases in Sinuiju were quarantined.[needs update][538]

On 30 January, North Korea's news agency KCNA declared a "state emergency" and reported the establishment of anti-epidemic headquarters around the country.[539]

On 2 February, KCNA reported that all people who entered the country after 13 January have been placed under "medical supervision."[539]

On 7 February, five North Koreans in Sinuiju of North Pyongan Province have died, according to sources gathered by South Korea.[540] Within the same day, a North Korean female living in the Pyongyang capital is also reportedly infected.[541] Despite no confirmation by North Korean authorities on the claims, the country has implemented stricter measures to combat the spread of the virus.[542][543]

Although South Korean media shared news hinting at the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic to North Korea, the WHO denies the veracity of such claims. On 18 February, Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of the Worker's Party of Korea, quoted a public health official reiterating the country had “no confirmed case of the new coronavirus so far”. The WHO prioritizes aid for North Korea, including the shipment of protective equipment and supplies.[544]

EuropeEdit

PolandEdit

Warsaw Chopin Airport has made special surveys for passengers arriving from China.[545]

As of 19 February, 12 people were hospitalized "in connection with the coronavirus".[546]

RomaniaEdit

Several hospitals in the country will house patients if they have the virus, two of them are in Bucharest and other hospitals in other cities, including Iași, Cluj-Napoca, Timișoara and Constanța. Thermal scanners will be placed in airports in the country.[needs update] People will be given flyers and questionnaires to be informed about the 2019-nCoV. The possibility of the virus arriving in the territory remains low, specialists believe. Special access lines for passengers coming from China and Chinese passengers were made on the international airports.[547][548][549]

As of 10 February, there were two suspected cases.[550]

Prevention in other countriesEdit

AmericasEdit

EcuadorEdit

On 31 January it was announced that the country possess reactives for testing new cases locally, becoming the first in South America.[551]

JamaicaEdit

The government announced a travel ban between ban China and Jamaica. All persons entering Jamaica from China will be subject to immediate quarantine for at least 14 days, and anyone who was allowed to land and shows symptoms of the virus will be put in immediate isolation.[552] In keeping with the new policy, 19 Chinese nationals who arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport on the evening of 31 January were denied entry, quarantined and put on a flight back to China on 1 February.[553]

PanamaEdit

The Panamanian government has enhanced its sanitary control and screening measures at all ports of entry, in order to prevent the spread of the virus, isolating and testing potential cases.[554]

Trinidad and TobagoEdit

Health Min­is­ter Ter­rance Deyals­ingh, announced that Trinidad and Tobago had decided to implement restrictions on persons travelling from China. Persons who are living or who have visited China, will be barred from entering Trinidad & Tobago unless they had already been out of China 14 days prior to attempting to travel to Trinidad & Tobago.[555]

VenezuelaEdit

The Ministry of Popular Power for Health announced on 29 January that the Rafael Rangel National Institute of Hygiene (Spanish: Instituto Nacional de Higiene Rafael Rangel) in Caracas will perform the detection of other respiratory viruses based on non-influenza types, including coronaviruses in humans. It is also the only health institute in the country with installed capacity for the diagnosis of respiratory viruses in Venezuela and is able carry out logistics in the 23 states, the Capital District and Federal Dependencies.[citation needed]

On 3 February, the government announced that the country has imposed epidemiological surveillance, restrictions and diagnostic system to detect possible coronavirus patients at the Simón Bolívar International Airport in Maiquetía, Venezuela's main international airport, and that Venezuela will receive a diagnostic kit for the virus strain from the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).[556]

AsiaEdit

ArmeniaEdit

Liana Torosyan, the head of the Department of Infectious Diseases, advised that samples will be sent to European labs as Armenia does not have the capacity to test for novel coronavirus.[557][558]

The Ministry of Health of Armenia stated that passengers arriving will be screened for fever. Entry restrictions were not deemed necessary. After discussions, the State Service for Food Safety of Armenia imposed a ban on all Chinese animal products.[559][560]

BangladeshEdit

Enhanced screening measures have been set up at all international airports in Bangladesh.[561] The Ministry of Health of Bangaladesh is monitoring all airports, land ports and maritime ports.[562] 312 Bangladeshis returned from Wuhan in a special flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines on 1 February 2020 and they were quarantined for 14 days at Ashkona Hajj Camp near Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka.[563] Two more China returnees were quarantined in Dhaka and Rangpur due to illness, although they did not show any coronavirus symptom.[564] Government of Bangladesh has installed isolation units in several large state-run hospitals in Dhaka, but healthcare system remains inadequately prepared to cope with the potential outbreak.[565]

BhutanEdit

The Ministry of Health of Bhutan has strengthened screening at the country's points of entry as a response to the outbreak. Infrared fever scanning and respiratory health surveillance was introduced at Paro International Airport on 15 January. All medical facilities in the country has been told to increase their vigilance for possible cases and to coordinate with the Royal Centre for Disease Control.[566]

BruneiEdit

The government of Brunei has banning the entry of travellers from China's Hubei province with all travellers returning from China have been ordered to undergo self-isolation for 14 days. The country Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Health also sets up four temporary shelters as quarantine zones to prepared for any incurring positive coronavirus cases.[567]

GeorgiaEdit

All the flights from China and Wuhan to Tbilisi International Airport were cancelled until 27 January.[needs update] The Health Ministry has announced that all arriving passengers from China will be screened.[568]

IraqEdit

The Basra International Airport has declared that passengers of any nationality travelling from China to Iraq will be denied entry.[569]

KazakhstanEdit

On 24 January, Almaty Airport staff and Almaty medical brigades had a medical exercise. The situation where a plane arrives from China with an infected passenger was simulated.[570] Also, disinformation was spreading through messengers about infected people in Almaty. It was disproved by the Minister of Healthcare.[571]

As of 25 January,[needs update] 98 Kazakhstani students were in Wuhan, but none were known to be infected.[572]

As of 28 January, more than 1300 Kazakhstani citizens are in China, more than 600 of them are tourists, mostly visiting Hainan. The government of Kazakhstan is ready to evacuate the 98 Kazakhstani students in Wuhan. Also, Kazakhstan plans[needs update] to temporarily stop trains between Ürümqi and Kazakhstani cities.[573]

MyanmarEdit

On 2 February, 59 out of 63 Myanmar students studying in Wuhan arrived in Mandalay by air.[574]

PakistanEdit

The Government of Pakistan began screening of passengers at airports in Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore and Peshawar to prevent entry of coronavirus in the country.[575] Pakistan International Airlines also announced to pre-screen passengers before they board the plane on its flights at the Beijing Capital International Airport.[576] On 27 January, The Government of Gilgit Baltistan decided to delay opening the China-Pakistan border crossing point at Khunjerab Pass, scheduled for February.[577]

EuropeEdit

AndorraEdit

The Government of Andorra has developed an action protocol, which has been distributed to all health professionals in the principality. Likewise, calls those who plan to travel to China or have travelled there to notify the authorities.[578]

IcelandEdit

Passengers at the Keflavík International Airport are being notified that both passengers with signs of respiratory infection and asymptomatic individuals who had been either in Wuhan for the past 14 days or have been in contact with individuals with suspected or confirmed 2019-nCov infection that they must be medically assessed at the airport for possible further measures including being placed under quarantine. The Directorate of Health has decided against screening all incoming passengers for temperature due to high cost and was found to be ineffective in dealing with outbreaks.[579]

LatviaEdit

Starting from 28 January, Riga International Airport started investigating travellers from Wuhan.[580]

LithuaniaEdit

From 25 January, National Public Health Center specialists are consulting travellers from and to China at all three airports in Lithuania. According to public health officials, Vilnius Airport had a medical exercise in December and is ready to handle infected passengers and contain the spread of the virus.[581]

MaltaEdit

Maltese local authorities have taken preventive measures, and advised the public and health workers to uphold sanitary regulation to not spread illnesses. On 24 January, the Superintendent of Public Health has cautioned for adequate measures but saw no risk of arriving and spreading within the country then.[582]

NetherlandsEdit

Airlines and the main international airport Schiphol are, as of 22 January, not taking extra measures yet against the spread of the virus, stating the lack of direct flights from or to Wuhan.[needs update][583]

SerbiaEdit

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport introduced new measures, including thermal cameras.[584]

OceaniaEdit

FijiEdit

The Government of Fiji toughens on border security amidst the outbreak. The Fijian borders will be closed to foreign nationals who have been in mainland China within 14 days of their intended travel to Fiji.[585] Measures to maintain a hygienic environment and screening ill passengers will continue to be taken in-flight to further minimise any risk.[586]

Marshall IslandsEdit

On 24 January, the Republic of the Marshall Islands issued a travel advisory that requires any visitors to the country to have spent at least 14 days in a country free of the virus.[587]

New ZealandEdit

After initially having public health staff meet flights from China to look for signs of the virus among arriving passengers,[588] the New Zealand government announced on 3 February that travellers from China would be denied entry to New Zealand, with only New Zealand citizens and residents and their family excepted.[589]

On 28 January, the Ministry of Health stood up the National Health Coordination Centre (NHCC) in response to the outbreak.[590] An Infectious and Notifiable Diseases Order was issued to take effect from 30 January,[591] which requires health practitioners to report any suspected cases of the virus to the Ministry under the Health Act 1956.[592]

PalauEdit

Palau's President Thomas Remengesau Jr. issued an executive order suspending all charter flights from China, Macau and Hong Kong from 1–29 February.[593]

Papua New GuineaEdit

The Government of Papua New Guinea has banned all travellers from "Asian countries" and closed its border with Indonesia. The order took effect from 30 January.[594][595]

SamoaEdit

Border measures have been implemented by the Government of Samoa in response to the outbreak. Before entering the country, people must have spent at least 14 days in a country free of the virus, as well as complete a medical clearance.[596] Two Samoan nationals who had briefly stopped in China had been placed into quarantine on 28 January for two weeks at the Faleolo District Hospital.[597][598]

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