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Coronavirus: Why cases jumped by 14,000 in China

China’s official death toll from the new coronavirus spiked dramatically on Thursday after authorities changed their counting methods, fuelling concern the epidemic is far worse than being reported.As the figures soared in China, a…

New map reveals no country safe from outbreak

British researchers have published a terrifying new map predicting the global spread of the deadly coronavirus over the next three months.The gobsmacking graphic is based on the mobile phone and flight data of 60,000 of an estimated five…

China’s secret Cambodian military base

It’s supposed to be an international airport. It’s supposed to be part of a large-scale holiday resort on a pristine piece of Cambodian coastline. But it’s not.Some 45,000 hectares of an unspoilt national park is being ripped up to build…

75 die in one day, death toll exceeds SARS

China has suffered its worst day of the coronavirus outbreak, with 120 people dying in one day.The death toll from coronavirus in China has risen to 426 — exceeding the fatalities from Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).During the…

Virus claims 57 lives in one day

The death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in China has risen to 361, including 57 more deaths in the past 24 hours, health authorities have revealed.In that time period there has also additional 2829 new cases bringing the Chinese…

Vietnam bans HK flights, and then drops it

Vietnam made an U-turn hours after announcing a ban on flights to Hong Kong as a part of its fight to stop coronavirus from spreading to the country, but lifted it after the SAR officials contacted them.The sudden decision by Vietnam…

Vietnam suspends all flights to Hong Kong

Vietnam on Saturday became the first major Asian country to suspend all flights to Hong Kong as a part of "strengthening measures" against the coronavirus outbreak.The aviation authority in Vietnam has cut all flights to the…

US warns not to travel to China

Australian travellers are being warned to avoid travel to China as the deadly coronavirus outbreak continues to spread. At a press conference this evening, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne announced…

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