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Six thousand people are on a cruise ship in Italy, as one passenger shows symptoms of the Wuhan coronavirus, while Russia closes the border with China to stop the spread of the outbreak.
The number of cases of infection with the virus that arose in the Chinese city of Wuhan, per day increased by 30% to more than 7,700 in the mainland. In other countries, more than 100 people have become infected in 20 countries or territories in North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. The most serious cases of transmission of the virus from person to person have been reported abroad, including in Germany, which is the first such case in Europe.
A spokeswoman for Costa Cruises told CNN that the 54-year-old woman had symptoms of the virus, namely fever.
“All other passengers are currently on board,” the spokesman said.
The Italian news agency ANSA and the public broadcaster RAI reported that the woman and her husband were from Hong Kong and were held separately in solitary confinement in the hospital unit of the Costa Smeralda cruise ship. The pair will be held until both of them give a negative result for the virus.
The images show that the ship docked at the port of Civitavecchia, a coastal city northwest of Rome, after arriving from Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
The pair is expected to get its results Thursday afternoon, reports ANSA. It is reported that they arrived in Italy on January 25 at Milan Malpensa Airport from Macau.
Meanwhile, Russian state media reported on Thursday that Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed an order to close the Russian border with China in the Far East in order to prevent the spread of the virus.
“Today an order was signed, it is being developed. Today, we will accordingly inform everyone about the relevant measures to close the border in the Far Eastern region and other measures taken by the government, ”Mishustin said, RIA reports.
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Wuhan continues to grow worldwide, as the city, located in the center of the outbreak, is observed a week after it was initially blocked.
All 31 provinces and regions of China have now reported confirmed cases of this virus, including Tibet, which introduced strict checks on travelers and closed tourist facilities, which ultimately led to an unsuccessful attempt to stop its spread in the region. India confirmed its first case on Thursday of a student who studied in Wuhan.
The continuing increase in the number of infections is due to the fact that several countries are evacuating their citizens from Wuhan.
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday ordered the People’s Liberation Army to help "win the battle against the new coronavirus epidemic." Military medical groups have already been dispatched to Wuhan, and soldiers are also helping to deliver goods to the affected city.
The World Health Organization (WHO) will convene again on Thursday to decide whether to declare the virus a global health emergency, which it has so far refrained from, despite widespread criticism.
In Wuhan itself, 11 million people mark a one-week blocking period with no signs of immediate assistance. There is also no convincing evidence that their sacrifice was worth it: the virus has spread throughout the country, and scientists warn that other large cities may soon become self-sustaining epidemics.
On the net, people who have got into their homes upload videos and photos showing how they are still busy - they make improvised lunar New Year dances with lions in their apartments, train and encourage others to keep their spirits up. But as localization continues, such a positive may turn out to be more difficult, especially when some begin to feel a loss of wages or business.
At the same time, foreigners in Wuhan are increasingly flown from the city by air. Several countries, including Japan, the United States, South Korea, New Zealand, Canada, and Australia, have begun sending their citizens home - although they will all be faced with long quarantine as soon as they arrive.
These aircraft may soon have many more flights, as several major airlines have announced the cancellation of flights to some areas of China, including British Airways, American Airlines, Air Canada, KLM, Lufthansa, and United. These steps follow the directions of business trips from the governments of many countries, which recommend refraining from “insignificant” trips to the country.
Strict checks and checks have been introduced throughout Asia and elsewhere for all travelers arriving from China - although this may not be effective, as scientists had previously warned that the virus could spread until patients had symptoms.
Papua New Guinea said it would deny access to travelers arriving from “any Asian ports,” while the semi-autonomous Chinese city of Hong Kong introduced
30 OCAK 2020 It was written on.