#china #coronavirus update as of 9:20 am HK Sunday 26 Jan— Peter Lewis - on the radio in Hong Kong (@MoneyTalkR3) January 26, 2020
China's National Health Commission is confirming 1975 coronavirus cases on the mainland and the death toll has risen to 56 as of the end of Saturday January 25.
This photo was sent to me a few hours ago by someone I know of in #Wuhan. They’ve haven’t (yet!) got #coronavirus and they tried to leave the city to take their family to safety. Every road out was blocked. This sort of shit puts all my complaints into perspective 😨 pic.twitter.com/XMFZS2BhEe— Emma (@fkyesss) January 25, 2020
Barricaded roads with armed soldiers at check points, to me, it screams normal🧐...get your papers (¥¥¥) in order today if you want out...reports are price has tripled #coronarovirus #WuhanCoronavirus #coronaviruschina pic.twitter.com/TvJsRYiLK7— Harry Chen PhD (@IsChinar) January 25, 2020
Construction began on the night of January 23 for a new specialized hospital for #coronavirus patients in central China's #Wuhan City.— CGTN (@CGTNOfficial) January 24, 2020
The hospital is designed to have an area of 25,000 square meters with 1,000 beds and will be put into use by February 3 pic.twitter.com/ePQoxJnM0y
I tracked down the 36-year-old nurse who filmed the #WuhanCoronovirus patients trapped in medical limbo waiting waiting for diagnosis next to dead bodies. Here is the story:https://t.co/uHGy29usDl pic.twitter.com/cFsWmiVwuK— Mimi Lau (@gzmimi) January 25, 2020
"Save my life, doctor!" Videos show how the coronavirus outbreak in China has overwhelmed hospitals. More than 1,300 cases have been confirmed across the country and at least 41 people have died.— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 25, 2020
Follow the latest here: https://t.co/E97Y3C5MLO pic.twitter.com/8SZ5z6BCpv
I did some additional verification of the following 2 viral videos. Apparently, they're the same hospital. In the first video, on the blanket covering a body on the floor, I see the hospital name "Wuhan Redcross Hospital 武汉市红十字会医院." 1/3 #2019nCoV #WuhanCoronovirus pic.twitter.com/r5dAhrlTsk— Muyi Xiao (@muyixiao) January 25, 2020
. They are filmed in the same hallway. Btw this hospital is also called "Wuhan No.11 Hospital."
This is the second video, h/t @ckoettl
Pic 1: text on the blanket is the hospital name;— Muyi Xiao (@muyixiao) January 25, 2020
Pic 2: wall in video 1;
Pic 3: same wall in video 2;
Pic 4: on Weibo, someone tagged the location & posted a photo of the same hallway.
The post from Jan 25 says there are fewer patients bc more docs & nurses came to help. 3/3 pic.twitter.com/q3MTNei4CQ