Template:2019–20 coronavirus outbreak data/China medical cases (confirmed)

COVID-19 cases in mainland China ()
 deaths;  recoveries;  tested cases;  clinically diagnosed (C.D.) cases
Date
# of cases (excluding C.D.) # of cases (including C.D.)
2020-01-16
45 (n.a.)
2020-01-17
62 (+38%)
2020-01-18
121 (+95%)
2020-01-19
198 (+64%)
2020-01-20
291 (+47%)
2020-01-21
440 (+51%)
2020-01-22
571 (+30%)
2020-01-23
830 (+45%)
2020-01-24
1,287 (+55%)
2020-01-25
1,975 (+53%)
2020-01-26
2,744 (+39%)
2020-01-27
4,515 (+64%)
2020-01-28
5,974 (+32%)
2020-01-29
7,711 (+29%)
2020-01-30
9,692 (+26%)
2020-01-31
11,791 (+22%)
2020-02-01
14,380 (+22%)
2020-02-02
17,205 (+20%)
2020-02-03
20,438 (+19%)
2020-02-04
24,324 (+19%)
2020-02-05
28,018 (+15%)
2020-02-06
31,161 (+11%)
2020-02-07
34,546 (+11%)
2020-02-08
37,198 (+7.7%)
2020-02-09
40,171 (+8.0%)
2020-02-10
42,638 (+6.1%) 48,315 (n.a.)
2020-02-11
44,653 (+4.7%) 55,220 (+14%)
2020-02-12
46,472 (+4.1%) 58,761 (+6.4%)
2020-02-13
48,467 (+4.3%) 63,851 (+8.7%)
2020-02-14
49,970 (+3.1%) 66,492 (+4.1%)
2020-02-15
51,091 (+2.2%) 68,500 (+3.0%)
2020-02-16
70,548 (+3.0%)
2020-02-17
72,436 (+2.7%)
2020-02-18
74,185 (+2.4%)
2020-02-19
75,002 (+1.1%)
2020-02-20
75,891 (+1.2%)
2020-02-21
76,288 (+0.5%)
2020-02-22
76,936 (+0.8%)
From 10 February 2020 onwards, the data includes the cases in Hubei that were not tested for the virus but clinically diagnosed based on medical imaging showing signs of pneumonia.[1]

The lab-tested data was also separately available for 10–15 February 2020.[2]
Data on 16-18 February 2020 onwards did not include a separate number of clinically diagnosed cases.
From 19 February 2020 onwards, only new lab-tested cases were counted towards the total (but clinically diagnosed cases counted earlier were not discarded).[3]

Data sourced from NHC daily reports.

References

  1. ^ 国家卫生健康委员会办公厅 (5 February 2020). "新型冠状病毒感染肺炎的诊疗方案(试行第五版)" (PDF). 国家卫生健康委员会办公厅. Archived (PDF) from the original on 5 February 2020. Retrieved 5 February 2020.
  2. ^ "2020年2月11日湖北省新型冠状病毒肺炎疫情情况".
  3. ^ Woodyatt, Amy; Kottasová, Ivana; Griffiths, James; Regan, Helen. "China changed how it counts coronavirus cases again. Here's why". CNN.