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Note: The reported outbreak data, mainly from Johns Hopkins University, has not been independently vetted. The “new” confirmed cases and initially confirmed cases (by February 13, 2020), combined, may or may not provide a total tally of 2019-nCoV cases. See the February 13, 2020, update for more details.

 

DATE “NEW” CONFIRMED CONFIRMED (INITIAL TALLY) DEATHS RECOVERIES
2020/3/13

2020/3/12

2020/3/11

2020/3/10

2020/3/9

2020/3/8

2020/3/7

2020/3/6

2020/3/5

2020/3/4

2020/3/3

2020/3/2

2020/3/1

2020/2/29

2020/2/28

2020/2/27

2020/2/26

2020/2/25

2020/2/24

2020/2/23

2020/2/22

2020/2/21

2020/2/20

2020/2/19

2020/2/17

2020/2/16

2020/2/15

2020/2/14

2020/2/13

83,148

82,554

73,899

69,024

64,846

60,831

56,983

53,178

50,220

47,963

45,740

43,873

41,788

39,986

38,147

36,969

35,804

34,951

34,165

33,571

32,466

31,302

30,530

30,004

26,139

24,061

21,884

19,235

15,134

45,195 (128,343)

45,195 (127,749)

45,195 (119,094)

45,195 (114,219)

45,195 (110,041)

45,195 (106,026)

45,195 (102,178)

45,195 (98,373)

45,195 (95,415)

45,195 (93,158)

45,195 (90,935)

45,195 (89,068)

45,195 (86,983)

45,195 (85,181)

45,195 (83,342)

45,195 (82,164)

45,195 (80,999)

45,195 (80,146)

45,195 (79,360)

45,195 (78,766)

45,195 (77,661)

45,195 (76,497)

45,195 (75,725)

45,195 (75,199)

45,195 (71,334)

45,195 (69,256)

45,195 (67,079)

45,195 (64,430)

45,195 (60,329)

4,720

4,717

4,284

4,024

3,825

3,592

3,491

3,383

3,285

3,198

3,117

3,039

2,978

2,920

2,858

2,801

2,760

2,699

2,619

2,461

2,360

2,247

2,128

2,010

1,775

1,669

1,525

1,383

1,369

68,324

68,305

65,765

64,147

61,979

59,922

57,376

55,418

53,277

50,690

47,995

45,064

42,139

39,447

36,498

32,831

30,065

27,634

24,963

23,133

20,925

18,440

16,415

14,532

11,089

9,624

8,263

6,811

6,017

 

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February 13, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 60,329 confirmed cases, 1,369 deaths and 6,017 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 45,171 confirmed cases, 1,115 deaths.

Overnight the number of, reportedly, confirmed cases has increased by more than 15,000. The reason given for this is that the method for diagnosis has changed. The new number, claims the New York Times, includes “infections diagnosed by using lung scans of symptomatic patients.” However, “Lung scans are an imperfect means to diagnose patients. Even patients with ordinary seasonal flu may develop pneumonia visible on a lung scan.”

Basically this means that the overall tally provided by Johns Hopkins University – of confirmed cases, deaths and recoveries – is no longer a reliable reference point.

Starting today, ITNT will keep an adjusted record of reported cases.

February 12, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 45,195 confirmed cases, 1,116 deaths and 4,957 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 43,103 confirmed cases including 395 outside China (24 countries), 1,017 deaths.

February 11, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 43,108 confirmed cases, 1,018 deaths and 4,061 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 40,554 confirmed cases, 909 deaths.

February 10, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 40,536 confirmed cases, 910 deaths and 3,317 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 37,558 confirmed cases, 812 deaths.

February 9, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 37,549 confirmed cases, 813 deaths and 2,701 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 34,886 confirmed cases and 723 deaths.

February 8, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 34,887 confirmed cases, 724 deaths and 2,095 recoveries.

February 7, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 31,530 confirmed cases, 638 deaths and 1,764 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 31,481 confirmed cases (including 270 cases outside China), 637 deaths.

February 6, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 28,274 confirmed cases, 565 deaths and 1,198 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 24,554 confirmed cases, 491 deaths.

February 5, 2020

2019-nCoV mortality rate remains at 2%. 2019-nCoV recovery rate is up from 2.2% (February 1) to 3.7%.

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 24,505 confirmed cases, of which 24,292 in China, 492 deaths and 900 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 20,630 confirmed cases, of which 20,471 are in China. It also reports 425 deaths.

February 4, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 20,613 confirmed cases, 427 deaths and 657 recoveries.
  • According to the WHO there are 17,391 confirmed cases and 361 deaths.

February 3, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 17,373 confirmed cases, 362 deaths and 486 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 14,557 confirmed cases, 304 deaths in China and 1 death in the Philippines.

February 2, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 14,530 confirmed cases, 305 deaths and 340 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 11,953 confirmed cases, 259 deaths.

February 1, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University reports 11,374 confirmed cases, 259 deaths, 252 recoveries.
  • WHO reports 9,826 confirmed cases, 213 deaths.

January 30, 2020

  • Johns Hopkins University claims there are 7,783 confirmed cases, 170 deaths and 133 recoveries. Mainland China: 7,678. Thailand: 14. Japan: 11. Hong Kong: 10. Singapore: 10. Taiwan: 8. Australia: 7. Macau: 7. Malaysia : 7. France: 5. US: 5. Germany: 4. South Korea: 4. United Arab Emirates: 4. Canada: 3. Vietnam: 2. Cambodia: 1. Finland: 1. Nepal: 1. Sri Lanka: 1.
  • The WHO states that there are 6,065 confirmed cases globally, of which 5,997 in China. Another 9,239 suspected cases are being reported.

January 29, 2020

  • Caixin Global claims there are 9,239 suspected cases.
  • The Washington Post writes that “six countries, including China, have confirmed human-to-human transmission of the infection. Those include four cases in Germany connected to a single person. […] But so far, the mortality rate is less than the rate of other severe respiratory coronaviruses. In China, where 5,974 people are infected, 132 have died through Tuesday. That is a high rate, but far less than the fatality rate of SARS and MERS. […] The new virus is not nearly as infectious as the measles virus, which can live as long as two hours in the air after an infected person coughs or sneezes, and it is not comparable to the threat posed by the seasonal flu, which has killed at least 8,200 people in the United States so far this season.”
  • China Daily: “Epidemic peak may come in a week or 10 days”
  • US CDC stated that “right now, we know of 18 international locations that have identified cases of this new virus, including the US.”
  • Johns Hopkins University claims there are 6,057 confirmed case, 132 deaths and 110 recoveries.
  • CGTN reports 5,997 confirmed cases in China, 132 deaths and 64 confirmed cases in 14 other countries (CGTN graphic).
  • Reuters claimed that the virus has killed 106 people and infected more than 2,800 people.

January 28, 2020

  • ECDC claims that people in 16 countries are infected with the virus. Asia: China (4 528), Thailand (14), Taiwan (7), Singapore (5), Malaysia (4), Japan (4), South Korea (4), Vietnam (2), Nepal (1), Sri Lanka (1) and Cambodia (1). Europe: France (3) and Germany (1). America: the United States (5), Canada (2). Australia (5).
  • The WHO stated that there is a total of 4,593 confirmed cases, of which 4,537 in China. They claim that there is a total of 6,973 suspected cases and 106 deaths.
  • See the construction site of the Huoshenshan Hospital in Wuhan, as of January 28.

January 27, 2020

  • Dr. Gabriel Leung, a clinician and the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong, announced that as of January 25 there were around 2,000 confirmed cases in China. In Wuhan between 500 and 1,000. For confirmed cases that carried 2019-nCoV outside of China, the number was set at around 40.
  • Johns Hopkins University claimed to have data on a total of 4,474 confirmed cases, a total of 107 deaths and a total of 63 recoveries – as of January 27, 2020. These numbers have not been independently confirmed.

January 19, 2020

  • Posted on the FluTrackers forum: “As of 22:00 on January 19th, 198 cases of pneumonia of new coronavirus infection have been reported in our city, 25 cases have been cured and 3 cases have been discharged. Currently, 170 cases are still being treated in the hospital, of which 126 cases are mild, 35 cases are severe, and 9 cases are critically ill.”
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