Six people have died outside mainland China, including a new fatality announced today in Hong Kong.
Globalisation means that when China sneezes, the rest of the world is not immune from catching a cold
Economically, whatever happens in China reverberates across the world.
Apple Inc warns that its sales would suffer as the epidemic hurt both its supply in China and its demand.
Travel restrictions mean that factories are not getting workers and equipment needed to work at full capacity.
Officials to remain permanently in Wuhan to facilitate Pakistani students till lockdown lifted in its entirety, says FO.
WHO stressed the disease has infected a "tiny" proportion of people outside its epicentre, mortality rate remains low.
“We are positive that this method can be very effective in our patients,” says Lu Hongzhou.
Exporters’ problems have further multiplied following increase in per container freight.
The disease has now killed more than 1,700 people.
Total number of cases on board the Diamond Princess rises to 355, says Japanese health minister.
WHO chief warns that it is "impossible" to predict how the outbreak will develop.
White House trade adviser says 150 million doses of vaccine could "hopefully" be available as early as next November.
80-year-old Chinese tourist dies from the coronavirus in Paris, where he was hospitalised last month.
The restrictions on foreign nationals travelling from China have been extended for another week.
Thailand, Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines and Guam had turned the Westerdam away fearing the spread of the virus.
Outbreak has exposed “shortcomings” in China's health emergency response system, acknowledges President Xi Jinping.
Doctors, nurses and paramedical staff have been trained to deal with patients according to WHO guidelines.
IHC chief justice says some students directly contacted the court from China via email.
The Wangs are among thousands devastated by the virus, where the medical system has been overwhelmed by the outbreak.
Nearly 64,000 people are now recorded as having been made ill by the virus in China.
International Civil Aviation Organisation says 70 airlines have cancelled all international flights in and out of China.
SAPM on health says no cases have tested positive in Pakistan so far.
A dwindling group of the unlucky — or in some cases hardy — remain, either adapting to life or still seeking a way out.
About 56mn people in Hubei and its capital, Wuhan, are being banned from leaving as part of the quarantine efforts.
Pakistani students in China panic as coronavirus patients are shifted to a building near their varsity.
Dow University of Health Sciences receives testing kits imported from Korea to diagnose COVID-19.
They were discharged from Guangzhou and Shenzhen hospitals in China.
Oil prices have fallen by more than $11 a barrel this year to $54 as the coronavirus continues to spread.
As Beijing scrambles to contain virus, number of people infected on a cruise ship off Japan's coast rises to 174.
The quarantined ship has the highest number of coronavirus cases for a single location outside China.