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China reported Wuhan has low risk of Covid-19

China has now announced that Wuhan has now the low risk of Coronavirus epicenter, after this announcement the death rate of the city was 50 percent while 16 new Covid-19 cases reported in the country according to health officials On Sunday.

The cities and districts of China have not reported any new confirmed cases in the last 14 days which lead to categorizing it in a Low-risk according to the risk criteria defined in a guideline issued by China’s State Council.

Those areas which have fewer than 50 cases or over with 50 cases but without concentrated outbreak are reported in the mid- risk area. But on the other hand, those areas which have more than 50 cases, as well as a concentrated outbreak, will be reported as high-risk areas.

On Sunday 16 new Coronavirus cases confirmed by China’s National Health Commission (NHC) whereas on Saturday 9 imported and seven local transmission cases reported. The death rate was stable at 4,632 no new death from this virus reported on Saturday.

On Saturday in China, the confirmed cases were reached at 82,735  including 1,041 patients who were still being recovering 77,062 people who were discharged after recovery and 4,632 people who died due to virus the total number of imported cases climbed to 1,575 the NHC said.

The NHC further said that another 44 cases of asymptomatic were reported on Saturday,  999 asymptomatic cases, including 186 from abroad, were still under observation.

Asymptomatic is a kind of virus in which people get positive in Corona but develop no symptoms such as fever, cough or sore throat.

In December last year Wuhan, was the first to emerged coronavirus and spread to the world like wildfire. Now it has been classified as a low-risk area after the 11 million people test positive in a city-state due to this virus reported by  Xinhua news agency.

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