Chengdu On Lockdown As Coronavirus Deaths Hit 813, Surpassing Total From 2003 SARS Outbreak | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Chengdu On Lockdown As Coronavirus Deaths Hit 813, Surpassing Total From 2003 SARS Outbreak

Summary:

Hubei officials reported an additional 81 deaths in Hubei on Saturday, bringing the death toll to 806: more than the total from the entire 2002-2003 SARS outbreak.
Lockdown spreads to Chengdu, China's sixth largest city (14.4. million)
A little later, China's National Health commission reported that there were a total of 811 deaths across China, an increase of 89 overnight - the biggest one-day increase yet - while 2,649 discharged patients were cured
China also reported that on Feb 8, the total number of confirmed new cases rose to 37,198, an increase of 2,652 overnight with 3,916 suspected new cases, bringing the total to 28,942 suspected cases.
A total of 188,183 people were receiving medical attention, down 1,477 from 189,660 the day before
First American citizen has died
First Japanese citizen suspected of succumbing to virus
France elevates travel advisory to orange after 5 Britons fall ill in ski resort
Roundup of suspected infected in Wuhan continues
Beijing appoints Xi protege to help lead virus response
Vigil held for the dead coronavirus whistleblower, Dr. Li, in Hong Kong
China blocks Foxconn plan to reopen factories
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Update (2130ET): Rumors on American social media claim the quarantine that is already affected 400m+ people, 60+ cities, and 3 provinces has been expanded to Chengdu, China's sixth-largest city, with a total population of 14.4 million.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The rapidity of the spread of this virus ... is nothing short of completely terrifying.

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