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Coronavirus cases Outside China Transcend 12,600: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has enrolled over 2,100 new instances of coronavirus (COVID-19) out of China, whereas the entire amount of infected individuals has surpassed 12,600.

The WHO, in its coronavirus disease scenario report, stated that the number of confirmed cases out of China had climbed by 2,103 into 12,668 in 76 nations, reported Sputnik.

It said the death toll out China had gone up from 48 to 214.

Even though Spain, Chile, Poland, Hungary, and the Faroe Islands have reported their first cases of coronavirus, the amount of individuals infected in Iran has risen from 2,336 into 2,922, together with the death toll reaching 92.

A puppy of an infected man in Hong Kong has tested positive for the disorder, which means that the virus is very likely to be transmitted from humans to animals. Consequently, all pets of coronavirus sufferers in Hong Kong is now quarantined for 2 weeks, beginning Friday.