A Japanese national has contracted Wuhan coronavirus even if he never went to Wuhan City, according to Japan’s health ministry. The infected man, 60-year-old from the city of Nara, is a tour bus driver. He reportedly acquired the virus after his contact with visitors...
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The League for Legacy year 6 marks another milestone as the it has collaborated with the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP) to benefit over 500 families whose homes were either totally damaged by fire or are currently landless, homeless, and/or living...
Germany has confirmed its first novel coronavirus patient who contracted the disease from a Chinese colleague who visited the country last week. Officials said this was the first human-to-human transmission of the virus on the European soil. READ ALSO: Thailand...
Health and Foreign Affairs officials said that Filipinos who will be returning from China will be quarantined for 14 days amid the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. “For those who choose to return, you will be taken care of in a health facility for monitoring and further...
Thailand’s health department has confirmed on Tuesday that six more cases of Wuhan coronavirus have been recorded among their visitors from China. This means that the total number of infected individuals in Thailand now climbs to 14 as of Tuesday. RELATED STORY:...
Health experts believe that the 2019 novel coronavirus, which originated from Wuhan City in China, will not end soon. Researchers said the virus outbreak may last for several months and could infect tens of thousands of people. RELATED STORY: Coronavirus death toll...
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