Request to name an international emergency

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The first coronavirus infection, first reported from Wuhan, China, has now spread worldwide. At least 41 patients have died of the virus and nearly 1 300 people are infected.

Meanwhile, Nepal has become the first South Asian country to report a coronavirus infection. It has been reported in foreign media that the disease has spread to Europe as well.

The number of people infected with the new coronavirus from China has risen to 41. The death toll from the deaths of 16 Chinese nationals who died of the virus yesterday (24th).

Meanwhile, three people infected with the virus have also been reported in France. Coronavirus infections have also been found in Australia, Malaysia and South Asia.

Nepal becomes the first South Asian country to specifically identify a virus infected patient.

Eleven suspected suspected coronavirus infections have been identified in several parts of India and special medical investigations are underway.

Chinese cities have imposed travel restrictions in and out of 13 cities in central China, ignoring the dawn of the new year. According to foreign reports, the number of cities in these tourist restrictions will exceed the population of Sri Lanka.

In the meantime, to curb the spread of the virus, China has also canceled festivals and gatherings in which more and more people are gathering.

The first reported case of a new coronavirus infection in the city of Wuhan, China’s Hubei province.

Chinese media reports, a separate hospital has been established to treat those infected. The 1,000-bed hospital will be completed in six days.

Meanwhile, various parties have called on the World Health Organization to treat the virus as an “international emergency.”