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The number of deaths from a coronavirus outbreak in China has topped 900, while an increase in cases in Britain led the government there to declare the virus a "serious and imminent threat" to public health. Chinese health officials reported 97 new deaths Sunday, pushing the total to 908.  There were also 3,062 new cases, which reversed a multi-day downward trend that had brought hopes containment measures were working. Chinese President Xi Jinping made a rare visit to a hospital in Beijing Monday, speaking with healthcare workers and patients. Xi donned a blue mask during his visit to the Beijing Ditan hospital - a designated institution treating the coronavirus. Xi, who has largely stayed out of the public eye since the epidemic began in December, also visited a residential community in central Beijing to talk to locals about their daily lives during the outbreak. Britain reported four new cases Monday, bringing its total to eight people testing positive for the virus.  Health Minister Matt Hancock made the declaration about the threat to public health to give the government more power to isolate people in its bid to keep the virus from spreading. In Japan, a cruise ship remains in quarantine in Yokohama with 66 new cases reported Monday, more than doubling the number of known cases on board. The Diamond Princess was ordered to remain isolated last week after a passenger who got off the ship in Hong Kong tested positive for the coronavirus. The center of the outbreak is China's Hubei province where millions remain under...Read more
VOA News l Monday, February 10, 2020
Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 900