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Coronavirus outbreak in Movies: Abandoned Roads, pharmacy queues and Fever checks

The death toll in the coronavirus epidemic continues to rise alongside international concern, and China’s neighbors closing their boundaries.

Photographs from around Asia and Europe reveal biosecurity checkpoints, disinfection, long queues to get face masks and even presentations to need a proactive governmental reaction to the dangers of coronavirus spreading.

Outstanding scenes of this human reaction to the epidemic have been recorded by photographers since the disease spreads into Europe and everywhere.

South Korea has confirmed 15 instances of this SARS-like virus so much and put almost 90 individuals in quarantine for comprehensive tests amid growing public alarm.

The Philippines on February two reported that the initial departure from the new coronavirus outside mainland China, as China stated February 3 it desperately needed medical equipment and surgical masks since the death toll jumped over 360, which makes it harder than the SARS disaster almost two years ago.

2 February, following a second repatriation airplane, landed in Istres carrying entire 250 individuals from Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak. The evacuees have been held under armed guard in a holiday camp in which they’re free to walk around indoors but have to wear masks.

The government says approximately 5,000 Bangladeshis research in China.

In Vietnam, the police have advised pupils to wear masks school. As of Monday, Vietnam supported 8 instances of this virus infecting.