Timeline of the 2019–20 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak in February 2020

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A CDC computer rendering of 2019-nCoV
Date when first case in each first-level administration was reported
COVID-19 cases in mainland China ()
 deaths;  recoveries;  tested confirmed cases;  clinically diagnosed cases
2020-01-16
45 (n.a.)
2020-01-17
62 (+38%)
2020-01-18
121 (+95%)
2020-01-19
198 (+64%)
2020-01-20
291 (+47%)
2020-01-21
440 (+51%)
2020-01-22
571 (+30%)
2020-01-23
830 (+45%)
2020-01-24
1,287 (+55%)
2020-01-25
1,975 (+53%)
2020-01-26
2,744 (+39%)
2020-01-27
4,515 (+64%)
2020-01-28
5,974 (+32%)
2020-01-29
7,711 (+29%)
2020-01-30
9,692 (+26%)
2020-01-31
11,791 (+22%)
2020-02-01
14,380 (+22%)
2020-02-02
17,205 (+20%)
2020-02-03
20,438 (+19%)
2020-02-04
24,324 (+19%)
2020-02-05
28,018 (+15%)
2020-02-06
31,161 (+11%)
2020-02-07
34,546 (+11%)
2020-02-08
37,198 (+7.7%)
2020-02-09
40,171 (+8.0%)
2020-02-10
42,638 (+6.1%)
2020-02-11
44,653 (+4.7%)
2020-02-12
46,472 (+4.1%) 58,761 (n.a.)
2020-02-13
48,467 (+4.3%) 63,851 (+8.7%)
2020-02-14
49,970 (+3.1%) 66,492 (+4.1%)
2020-02-15
51,091 (+2.2%) 68,500 (+3.0%)
The yellow bars from 12 February 2020 onwards represent the cases in Hubei that were not tested for the virus but clinically diagnosed based on symptoms and medical imaging showing signs of pneumonia.[1]

Data from National Health Commission daily reports and

Health Commission of Hubei daily reports (since 12 Feb)

This article documents the chronology and epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2,[2] the virus responsible for the 2019–20 COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, China in February 2020, and may not include all contemporary major responses and measures. Furthermore, some developments may become known or fully understood only in retrospect. (Please note that reporting on this outbreak began in December 2019.)

Case statistics[edit]

Outbreak chronology[edit]

1 February[edit]

Semi-log plot of cumulative incidence of confirmed cases and deaths in China.[3]
Semi-log plot of daily incidence (epidemiology) of confirmed cases and deaths in China.[3]
Semi-log plot of daily incidence (epidemiology) of cases by region: Hubei Province; mainland China excluding Hubei; the rest of the world (ROW); and the world total.[3][4]

WHO Situation Report 12:[5] (Please note that the WHO Situation Reports as official reportage stand on their own.)

Vietnam confirmed its sixth case in Khánh Hòa Province, another domestic transmission in direct contact.[6]

Singapore confirms two more cases, bringing the total to 18.[7]

Australia reported another three cases, including the first two cases in South Australia, bringing their total to 12.[8]

Japan reported three more cases, increasing their total to 20.[9]

South Korea confirmed the twelfth case of the coronavirus: a 49-year-old Chinese man who works as a Japanese tour guide in western Seoul.[10]

The United States reported its eighth case, a man from Boston who recently returned to college after traveling to Wuhan.[11]

2 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 13:[12]

Vietnam announced its seventh case of COVID-19, a Vietnamese-American who had had a two-hour layover at Wuhan Airport.[13] South Korea reported three more cases, bringing their total to 15.[14] UAE reported its fifth case.[15] India announced its second case.[16]

The first confirmed death from COVID-19 outside mainland China was announced in the Philippines. The case was that of a 44-year-old male who was the companion of the first confirmed case in the country; both are Chinese nationals from Wuhan who had arrived in Cebu via Hong Kong on 21 January. He had been in stable condition prior to his death on 1 February.[17]

The United States confirmed three more cases, all in California, bringing the total to 11.[18][19] Two Germans aboard the evacuation flight from Wuhan tested positive for the virus, bringing the number of cases there up to twelve.[20]

3 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 14:[21]

The number of deaths in Hubei outside Wuhan reached 101.

According to WHO, there were no new countries reporting cases in the past 24 hours. Nonetheless, Vietnam announced its eighth COVID-19 case, a Vietnamese woman who had been on the same flight with three other positive cases.[22]

India also confirmed its third case in Kerala.[23]

4 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 15:[24]

Hong Kong confirmed its first death from a 39-year-old patient, the 13th confirmed case in the city.[25]

Vietnam announced its ninth and tenth COVID-19 case, including a Vietnamese man who had been on the same flight with four other positive cases.[26]

South Korea confirmed its 16th COVID-19 case after a tourist returned from Thailand, the first to have been infected there.[27]

Malaysia confirmed two more COVID-19 cases, which included a Malaysian citizen, bringing the total to 10 cases.[28]

Singapore confirmed six more cases, including the first locally transmitted cases involving four, bringing the total to 24. 2 others came from an evacuation plane from Wuhan.[29]

Thailand confirmed six more cases, bringing the total to 25.[30]

Belgium confirmed its first case, bringing the total in the European Union to 24.[31]

5 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 16:[32]

Wuhan now reported 10,117 cases in total, exceeding 10,000.[33]

Hong Kong confirmed three more cases, bringing the total to 21.[34]

Japan confirmed 10 new cases from a quarantined cruise ship, the Diamond Princess, near Yokohama, bringing the total number up to 35 cases. There were more than 3,500 on board to be tested.[35]

South Korea confirmed two more cases of COVID-19, including a patient who returned from Singapore. That brought the total number of cases to 18.[36][37]

Tianjin, China reported its first death.[38]

Singapore confirmed four more cases, including a six-month-old Singaporean, bringing the total cases to 28.[39]

Malaysia announced two more cases, bringing the total cases to 12.[40]

Philippines confirmed its third positive case, a 60-year-old woman from Wuhan, China.[41]

Health officials in the state of Wisconsin announced the first case in that state.[42]

Chinese experts said that nucleic acid testing was only able to identify 30%-50% positive cases.[43]

6 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 17:[44]

Zhejiang now confirmed over 1,000 cases, the first such province besides Hubei.[45]

Canada announced 2 presumptive cases in British Columbia.[46]

Hong Kong confirmed three more cases, bringing the total to 24.[47]

Japan confirmed another 10 new cases from the Diamond Princess, quarantined in Yokohama, bringing the total to 45.[48]

Malaysia confirmed two more cases, bringing the total to 14. One of the cases was locally transmitted, the first in Malaysia.[49][50]

Singapore confirmed two more cases, bringing the total to 30.[51]

Taiwan announced three more cases, bringing the total to 16.[52]

Vietnam confirmed two more cases, bringing the total to 12.[53]

The third case of coronavirus was confirmed in the UK, with the patient having visited Singapore.[54]

Doctor Li Wenliang, a whistleblower who notified the public at large on social media of the coronavirus, died of the infection.[55]

Germany confirmed its thirteenth case, and Italy confirmed its third case, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Europe to 31.[56]

Italy confirmed one more case, bringing the total number to 3, and the first Italian to be infected.[57]

7 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 18:[58]

Guangdong confirmed over 1,000 cases in total, the second such province outside Hubei, and recorded its first death.[59]

Wuhan reported 67 more deaths, bringing the total number of people killed by the virus there to 545; other cities in Hubei reported 14 deaths in total, their net figure now reaching 154.[60]

Gansu recorded its first death.

Another 41 tested positive for the coronavirus on the Diamond Princess, bringing the total number of cases in Japan to 86.[61]

Germany announced its fourteenth case.[62]

Hong Kong confirmed 2 more cases, bringing the total number to 26.[63]

Malaysia confirmed one more case from a tourist entering from Singapore, bringing the total to 15.[64][65]

Singapore confirmed three more cases, bringing the total to 33. Most of these cases were initially of unknown origin, causing the Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) level to increase to Orange.[66][67]

Vietnam confirmed one additional case, bringing the total to 13.[68]

8 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 19:[69]

Henan became the third province besides Hubei to report over 1,000 cases.[70] Nationally, the number of cases outside Hubei exceeded 10,000.[71]

Three more cases tested positive for the coronavirus on the Diamond Princess, bringing the total number of cases in Japan to 89.[72]

UAE confirmed two more cases, bringing the total number to seven.[73]

Wuhan confirmed 63 more deaths, bringing its total to 608;[74] this now includes a Japanese citizen and a US citizen dying on this day.[75][76]

Malaysia confirmed one more case, bringing the total to 16.[77]

Thailand confirmed seven additional cases, bringing the total number to 32.[78]

France confirmed five cases involving British nationals, bringing the total number to 11.[79]

Singapore confirmed seven more cases, bringing the total number to 40.[80]

Aerosol was confirmed as a medium of transmission for the first time.[81][82]

Beijing reported a first type of case involving a patient, who tested positive after three negative test results, and Qingtian, Zhejiang reported a case where the patient tested positive only after being tested for the fifth time.[83]

9 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 20:[84]

Mainland China now confirmed a total of 40,213 cases, exceeding 40,000, of which 29,631 were in Hubei.[85]

Vietnam confirmed its fourteenth case, a 55-year-old woman in Vĩnh Phúc.[86]

Six more cases were confirmed on the Diamond Princess, bringing the total number of cases on the ship to 70, with Japan having 96 cases.[87][88]

Malaysia confirmed one more case, bringing the total number to 17.[89]

Singapore confirmed three more cases, bringing the total number to 43.[90][91]

Hong Kong confirmed ten more cases, with nine from the same family, bringing the total number to 36.[92]

Spain confirmed the second case in the country in Palma de Mallorca.[93]

The United Kingdom confirmed its fourth case.[94]

South Korea reported three new cases of the virus, bringing the country's total to 27.[95]

Taiwan confirmed its eighteenth case.[96]

The coronavirus death toll in China rose to 811, surpassing the toll from the SARS epidemic from 2002-3.[97]

10 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 21:[98]

Malaysia confirmed one more case involving a citizen, bringing the total to 18.[99]

Japan confirmed 65 more cases on the Diamond Princess, bringing the total to 135.[100][101]

Four additional cases were confirmed in the UK, bringing the total to eight. The transmission in these cases is believed to have occurred in France.[102][103]

Singapore confirmed another two cases including a Certis officer who served Quarantine Orders, bringing the total to 45.[104]

Hong Kong confirmed six more cases, bringing the total number to 42.[105]

UAE confirmed its eighth case, an Indian national.[106]

The United States confirmed its thirteenth case in San Diego, a patient who had been evacuated from Wuhan.[107]

11 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 22:[108]

Vietnam confirmed its fifteenth case, a 3-month-old baby infected by her grandmother.[109]

South Korea confirmed one more case, a 30-year-old Chinese woman, bringing the total number to 28.[110]

Thailand confirmed one new case of coronavirus, bringing the total in the country to 33.[111]

Hong Kong confirmed 7 more cases, bringing the total to 49.[112]

Singapore confirmed another two cases, bringing the total to 47.[113]

Germany confirmed two more cases, bringing the total number to 16.[114]

WHO gives the disease the new name COVID-19.[115][116] Additionally, the virus itself is named SARS-CoV-2.

12 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 23:[117]

Japan confirmed 39 more cases on the Diamond Princess, including one quarantine officer, bringing the total to 174.[118] Another case was reported in Japan itself, bringing the total number to 29.[119][120]

Singapore confirmed three more cases, bringing the total to 50.[121] Earlier, 300 employees of DBS Bank were asked to evacuate from the office at Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3 due to a confirmed case there.[122]

The first case in London was confirmed, bringing the UK's total to 9.[123][124]

Hong Kong confirmed one more case, bringing the total number to 50.[125][126]

The United States confirmed one more case, bringing the total number to 14.[127]

13 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 24:[128]

Vietnam confirmed its 16th case.[129]

Japan confirmed four more cases, bringing the total to 33.[130] At the same time, 44 new cases were confirmed on the Diamond Princess, bringing the total to 218.[131] Later on, Japan confirmed its first death from the virus.[132][133]

Hong Kong confirmed 3 more cases, bringing the total number to 53.[134]

Malaysia confirmed one more case, bringing the total number to 19.[135]

Singapore confirmed eight more cases, bringing the total number to 58. A school in National University of Singapore will conduct e-learning from 14 to 21 February as a precaution after one of the cases involved a professor.[136]

CDC confirmed the 15th US coronavirus case, a Wuhan evacuee quarantined at a military base in Texas.[137]

Discrepancy in the number of cases[edit]

The same day, Hubei reported newly confirmed cases of 14,840, nearly 10 times more than the previous day, while deaths more than doubled to 242. This was due to the change in definition that included clinical (radiological) diagnosis of patients.[138][139][140] The World Health Organization indicated that for consistency it would report only the number of laboratory-confirmed cases.[141]

14 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 25:[142]

Hong Kong confirmed three more confirmed coronavirus infections, bringing the total number to 56.[143]

Singapore confirmed nine more cases, bringing the total number to 67.[144]

Japan confirmed four more cases, bringing the total number to 37.[145]

In Egypt, a foreigner of undisclosed nationality tested positive for COVID-19. This is the first case on the African continent.[146]

Canada confirmed British Columbia's 5th presumptive case, bringing the total number in the country to 8.[147]

15 February[edit]

WHO Situation Report 26:[148]

Malaysia confirmed three more cases, including an American passenger from the cruise ship MS Westerdam flying from Cambodia, bringing the total number to 22.[149][150][151]

Thailand reported one more case, bringing the total number to 34.[152]

The first death outside Asia has been confirmed, an 80 year old Chinese tourist in France. France also confirmed its 12th case.[153][154]

Singapore confirmed five more cases, bringing the total number to 72.[155]

Japan confirmed nine additional confirmed cases not aboard the Diamond Princess.[156] Japan also confirmed 67 additional cases aboard the cruise ship Diamond Princess, bringing the total number of cases from the ship to 285.[157][158]

16 February[edit]

70 additional cases have been confirmed aboard the Diamond Princess, increasing the tally to 355.[159] Japan also confirmed six new cases, bringing the total of infected people not aboard the Diamond Princess to 59.[160]

Taiwan confirmed its first death from COVID-19, a man in his 60s. Another two cases are confirmed, bringing the total number to 20.[161][162]

Singapore confirmed three more cases, bringing the total number to 75.[163]

Hong Kong confirmed one new coronavirus case, bringing total to 57.[164]

South Korea confirmed one more case, bringing the total number to 29.[165]

Events, reactions, and measures in mainland China[edit]

1 February[edit]

Import duties and US-specific tariffs were exempted on imported materials donated for epidemic prevention and control, including VAT and sales tax; the duties and tariffs previously levied were to be refunded.[166][167]

The Ministry of Ecology and Environment issued a notice late in the evening to deploy medical wastewater and urban sewage supervision, regulate emergency medical wastewater treatment, sterilisation and disinfection requirements, in order to prevent the spread of new coronavirus through faeces and sewage,[168] after the faeces of a patient was tested positive for the virus in Shenzhen.[169]

The Department of Civil Affairs of Hubei Province suspends all marriage registrations starting on 3 February 2020.[170]

Huanggang, Hubei implements a much stricter control, allowing only one person from each household every two days to be on the street for purchases, unless for medically-related reasons, required for epidemic control, or as shop workers.[171]

Alibaba Group announced free taxi service for health professionals in Wuhan.[167]

Hunan government required companies in the province not to resume business before 24:00 on 9 February; the new semester is not to start earlier than 17 February for primary and secondary schools and kindergartens, and 24 February for post-secondary institutions.[172] Tianjin government issued an notice to postpone business resumption and the start of the new semester.[173]

Huanggang, Hubei converted Dabie Mountain Regional Medical Centre to an emergency treatment hospital, adding 1000 new beds.[174] Huoshenshan Hospital was fully electrified on 23:49.[175]

China Securities Regulatory Commission waived the 2020 annual listing fee that listed companies in Hubei are required to pay to the stock exchange.[176]

China Federation of Radio and Television Associations issued an notice to pause the filming of all films and TV dramas in mainland China during the epidemic.[177]

310 Hubei citizens were repatriated from Thailand, Malaysia, and Japan Japan.[178]

Apple Inc. temporarily closed all Apple Stores in mainland China until 24:00 on 9 February.[179]

China's National Health Commission (NHC) announced new regulations Saturday requiring that all who lose their lives to the coronavirus must be cremated at the nearest facility. "No farewell ceremonies or other funeral activities involving the corpse shall be held," according to the new ruling.[180]

2 February[edit]

Wuhan's Epidemic Prevention and Control Headquarters[181] arranged for Jointown Pharmaceutical to overtake the warehouse management of Wuhan Red Cross[182][183] after days of scandals and controversies regarding the Red Cross' incompetence, extreme delays in allocating donation resources, and unexplained apparent misallocation of crucial medical supplies.[184][185][186][187][188]

On the same day, the Prevention and Control HQ issued a set of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) prescriptions "to help treat the infection".[189] This move follows the January 22 recommendation from the National Health Commission to use TCM to treat the disease.[190] The same official file that contains the prescription also demands that all patients in Wuhan be treated by TCM.[191]

Wenzhou, Zhejiang announces implementing the same measure as Huanggang, where every household may send one person every two days outside for purchases, from 00:00 on 2 February to 24:00 on 8 February.[192]

Huoshenshan Hospital completed construction in the morning and was transferred to the military, half a day earlier than scheduled.[193][194]

Hubei allows imported and re-imported masks that are unlisted in China to be sold in the provincial market.[195]

The Ministry of Transport extended the cut-off time for the minibus toll-free period of the 2020 Spring Festival to 24:00 on 8 February 2020.[196]

Meituan starts an initiative to disinfect all shared bikes in eight mainland cities regardless of the brand.[197]

With immediate effect, Wuhan's government announced the quarantining of "all suspected patients and those known to have been in close contact with a confirmed case." It stated "Patients shall cooperate. Whoever refuses to cooperate will be subject to enforcement by the police."[198]

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has asked the European Union to facilitate the sale of medical supplies “through commercial channels”. According to a Chinese government statement, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen said the European Union will try its best and coordinate all necessary resources to provide assistance to China.[199][200]

A new mask factory has started production in Beijing, after only seven days of being proposed and having all licenses on 31 January. According to Beijing Daily the new factory is "capable of producing tens of millions of masks per month". It is located in the Yizhuang Economic-Technological Development Area in southeast Beijing.[201]

3 February[edit]

The Chinese New Year holiday period ended after having been extended for a week. Mainland stock exchanges reopened, Shanghai Stock Exchange falling by 7.72% and Shenzhen Stock Exchange by 8.45%, with a total of 3,177 shares triggering the limit down of 10%.[202] The RMB to USD exchange rate fell through 7.00, opening at 6.9249[203] and closing at 7.0257.[204]

In Wuhan, the People's Liberation Army Ground Force takes over medical supplies delivery.[205] “The Beijing leadership realised that almost all the donation points in Hubei and Wuhan have had delivery problems, that there are some opportunists using this crisis to make money,” according to a military source.[206]

4000 passengers on the World Dream cruise ship were quarantined, after four among them positive to the coronavirus.[207]

4 February[edit]

The People’s Bank of China provided an additional 500 billion yuan (roughly US$71 billion) of liquidity into the country’s financial system on Tuesday, following 1.2 trillion yuan (over US$170 billion) the previous day.[208]

Chinese state-backed importers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are investigating the invocation of force majeure to halt existing LNG contracts, as the coronavirus outbreak depresses energy demand.[209]

5 February[edit]

The National Health Commission releases the fifth diagnostic criteria. For Hubei, CT scan results are no longer required for declaring suspected cases,[210] and "clinical diagnoses" may now be made using "imaging features of the pneumonia", without nucleic acid testing required.[211] For suspected cases, "respiratory symptoms" are now admitted as part of the criteria nationwide.[212][213]

Hubei released an additional ¥200 million (US$28.56 million) as special subsidies for the construction of treatment sites.[214]

The first shelter hospital[215] is put into use.[216] Designated hospitals in Wuhan will now accept only serious cases (confirmed or suspected); other existing and future patients would be redirected to shelter hospitals or community quarantine points.[217]

The Wuhan Institute of Virology applied for a patent of Gilead's antiviral drug, remdesivir, as applied toward 2019-nCoV, in China. The granting of a patent by Chinese authorities was not certain, but a patent would provide China with leverage in negotiating license fees with Gilead. The institute said that it made the patent application "out of national interest, and won’t exercise its patent rights if foreign pharmaceutical firms work together with China to curb the contagion." Seeking a patent instead of a “compulsory license” option does demonstrate some sensitivity on China's part toward honoring Gilead's intellectual property rights. Gilead is working with China on Phase III clinical trials there.[218][219][220][221]

6 February[edit]

Dali City apologises for intercepting and requisitioning 300 thousand masks designated as emergency supplies for Chongqing[222] and promises to "return" all of them.[223]

The start of the new semester is postponed to at least the end of February in Zhejiang,[224] Jiangsu,[224] Chongqing,[225] and Shanghai.[226]

Sichuan[227] and Guangdong[228] rolled out measures to help small and medium-sized enterprises in response to the epidemic.

Tencent news issued a statement saying screenshots of its Epidemic Tracker circulating on the Internet showing substantially higher numbers are doctored.[229][230][231][232]

7 February[edit]

Dr. Li Wenliang, a 34-year-old ophthalmologist at Wuhan Central Hospital and one of eight doctors who tried to share information about the coronavirus when it was first emerging, only to be reprimanded by Wuhan police, died from coronavirus infection at 2:58 a.m. local time.[55][233]

On February 7, the Joint Defence and Control Mechanism of the State Council introduced a scheme of "one province for one city", where 16 provinces would provide medical force support for every city in Hubei except Wuhan.[234][235]

Hangzhou imposed a temporary ban on retail pharmacies selling fever and cough medicines, asking citizens with the symptoms to see a doctor instead.[236]

8 February[edit]

Shenzhen[237][238] and Shanghai[239][240][241] roll out measures to support companies and reduce costs, including measures estimated to reduce ¥30 billion (US$4.3 billion) in Shanghai.[242]

The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) issued an additional ¥200 million (US$28.66 million) for Hubei to improve the treatment capacity of patients with severe infections.[243]

Leishenshan Hospital begins operation.[244]

The National Health Commission announces the temporary official names and acronyms for the pneumonia in Chinese and English, respectively 新型冠状病毒肺炎 (xīnxíng guānzhuàng bìngdú fèiyán) / Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia and 新冠肺炎 (xīnguān fèiyán) / NCP.[245]

9 February[edit]

10 February[edit]

Business has now resumed in all 30 mainland province-level divisions, apart from Hubei.[246]

Food prices in China have risen on month of January. According to the consumer price index (CPI) the price of pork rose 8.5%, while the CPI came in at 5.4%. The reason may be due to food hoarding, besides the disruptions of supply chains due to transportation, lockdown measures and holiday demand.[247][248] The CPI is the highest since October 2011.[249]

Chinese Communist Party general secretary Xi Jinping has appeared in public wearing a protective mask and his temperature was checked while visiting the Anhuali Community in Chaoyang District of Beijing.[250][251]

Tibetan New Year public activities due to occur on February 24th were suspended due to the Covid-19 epidemic.[252] Praying activities inside monasteries in Lhasa will be held but will be shortened, without the participation of the public and in a smaller scale.[253]

11 February[edit]

Shenzhen University announced the successful development of a new coronavirus antibody detection kit capable of obtaining a result in 22 minutes and reducing the risk of infection of medical staff.[254]

The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security expanded existing relief measures for micro, small, and medium size enterprises.[255] The NDRC announced its intention to "strictly curb the practice of restricting the resumption of production and production by simple and crude methods such as via approval."[256] The Ministry of Transport (MoT) introduced measures to for the transportation security of both citizens, especially migrant workers, and animal feed.[257] The State Taxation Administration allowed enterprises affected by the epidemic to carry forward losses up to 8 years.[258] The Ministry of Commerce issued a notice to ensure security of living materials in key cities.[259]

Guangdong passed an emergency legislation banning the trading and overeating of wildlife and devolves emergency legislative powers to county-level governments.[260] The provincial government authorised Guangzhou and Shenzhen governments with the power of the emergency requisitioning of houses, facilities, and materials for emergency epidemic response. This was the first time a government was authorised with the power of requisitioning private property since the 1978 Chinese economic reform and since the passage of Property Law in 2007.[261]

China Banking Regulatory Commission proposed to extend Hubei automobile insurance coverage by one month.[262] Shanghai Stock Exchange announced the full exemption of the bill service fees charged to Hubei legal persons in Hubei from February to December 2020.[263]

Shanghai introduced measures to support tech companies and exempt the rent of SMSEs due to nationalised enterprises.[264] Jiangsu's bank and government branches introduced financial measures including liquidity support and credit placement.[265] Zhejiang implemented a one-time subsidy for key acquisition and processing enterprises of poultry and fresh milk in the province.[266]

Cainiao released measures to aid the supply chain and logistics industry.[267] Tmall reduced costs for vendors for the first half of 2020.[268]

A man in Chengdu was under police investigation for interference with the prevention and control of the epidemic.[269]

The first batch of central reserve frozen pork arrived at Wuhan.[270]

Apple extended its device warranty to provide a one-time exception.[271]

12 February[edit]

A State Council executive meeting was convened, which emphasised efforts to restore the economy to normal activity and asked local governments to implement measures.[272] The MoT and NHC issued a joint Notice to forbid quarantining of material security providers and drivers if they have not entered Wuhan, provided temperature checks are passed and necessary protection measures are being taken.[273]

China National Railway Group stopped selling seatless tickets and initiated measures to control train occupancy.[274] Tencent announced free cloud service for SMSEs.[275]

Jiangsu rolled out measures to help economic development during the epidemic.[276] Zhejiang decreased the price of enterprise utilities until 30 April.[277] Shanghai decreased enterprise gas price and waived residential gas arrear penalties.[278]

Yunnan now required QR code scanning for entering all public spaces.[279] Airbnb suspended booking in Beijing until 30 April.[280] Foshan, Guangdong was to require advance declaration for vehicles to enter the city starting 13 Feb.[281]

President Xi ordered tax cut to invigorate the economy. Many organizations were ordered to keep rents low and banks to keep interest low. A stimulus package is expected.[282]

Honghu, Hubei began an official investigation into a controversial fine of ¥42630 (US$6110.54) on a local pharmacy for selling 44,000 single-use masks stocked at ¥0.6 (US$0.086) each for ¥1 (US$0.143) each, as it violated a province-wide ban on selling medical items related to the epidemic 15% above the stocking price during the epidemic. The move came after heavy criticism online after the fining became known.[283][284]

13 February[edit]

Hubei released 1.3 million masks for civil use, providing pharmacies at ¥1 each and requiring them to sell at the "affordable price" of ¥2 (US$0.287) each.[285]

In Hubei, The Zhangjiawan District of Shiyan[286] entered wartime control starting 00:00, as well as Dawu County in Xiaogan,[287] the status to be reviewed at least once every 14 days.

Hubei postponed business resumption and start of new semester across the province; businesses were not to resume before 24:00 on 20 Feb.[288] Guangxi prohibited the start of new semester before 1 March.[289]

Wuhan enacts a new rule prohibiting people from leaving their neighbourhoods for non-medical reasons, updating the curfew to a full lockdown.[290]

14 February[edit]

The central districts of Yunmeng County in Xiaogan, Hubei entered wartime control.[291] Huanggang, Hubei escalated control starting 00:00, prohibiting non-essential persons or vehicles from entering and exiting communities and initiating the organised distribution of basic necessities.[292]

A new test kit was developed by a team led by Zhong Nanshan, able to yield a result in fifteen minutes with a very high sensitivity and expected to raise the positive detection rate.[293][294]

Huanggang decided to convert another hospital as a secondary medical institution for COVID-19, after Dabie Mountain Regional Medical Centre.[295] Xiantao, Hubei implemented mask ex-factory price control, requiring the ex-factory price of single use medical masks not to exceed ¥1.20 (US$0.172) each and non-medical ones ¥1.00 (US$0.143) each.

Beijing required all persons returning to the city to self-quarantine for 14 days.[296]

Shenzhen Metro would start using real-name system starting 16 Feb for epidemic tracing, with passengers able to self-register the carriages they ride in by scanning the QR code in the train.[297]

The Office of the State Council Education Steering Committee prohibited all after-school training institutions from conducting offline training in any form.[298]

All mainland IELTS exams in March were cancelled.[299]

15 February[edit]

Honghu, Hubei entered wartime control at 00:00, the decision announced in the evening of 13 Feb.[300]

Jingmen, Hubei escalated control, prohibiting outside vehicles and persons from entering its central districts except for medical and living supplies, and shutting down all business except approved pharmacies, supermarkets, and hotels.[301]

The MoT announced that all toll roads country-wide would be toll-free from 00:00 17 Feb to the end of the epidemic response.[302] The Ministry of Science and Technology introduced measures to strengthen the biosafety management of SARS-CoV-2 high-level virus microbiology laboratories.[303]

Hubei's Provincial Party Committee issued another ¥100 million (US$14.3 million) to local authorities for epidemic control.[304]

The Central Bank of China required cash from outbreak areas to be stored for at least 14 days before entering market, 7 days for other areas.[305][306] PBC branches reporting to its Guangzhou branch would destroy all cash retrieved from hospitals, agricultural markets, and public transit.[307]

16 February[edit]

Hubei implements "hard quarantine" in units of natural villages; no outsiders are to be allowed in and each household is allowed one person every three days to go out for provisions and urgent agricultural material, on designated routes and in limited time.[308] All nonessential public spaces in Hubei are to be closed and all gatherings forbidden.[309] Following its decision on the previous day, city of Wuxue in Huanggang now bans residents and vehicles without medical or epidemic control reasons from the streets. Anyone in violation is to be sent to a stadium for "centralised compulsory study" and any such cars would be seized.[310] All communities in Dongcheng District, Beijing are required to implement closed management.[311]

The first two autopsies of patients killed by SARS-CoV-2 were carried out in Jinyintan Hospital; its pathology was obtained and submitted for testing.[312] A vaccine of the virus developed by national institutions began its animal experiment stage; clinical trials are expected in April at the earliest.[313]

The NHC urges for the reduction of the workload of grassroots workers, asking for all legally unnecessary procedures to be halted.[314] The General Administration of Customs has introduced 10 measures to support foreign trade enterprises to resume production.[315] Instructed by the Office of the State Council, Alipay is now developing a national unified system of "Health Code" first used in Hangzhou on 11 Feb, a digital health evaluation certificate for the safe resumption of business.[316]

The first internet hospitals open in Hunan.[317] Yunnan expedites the approval processes for medical supplies.[318] All secondary and tertiary hospitals in Beijing would start operating fully on an appointment basis by 25 Feb and 20 Feb respectively for non-emergency departments.[319]

Nanjing and Suzhou implements real-name system for public transit, following Shenzhen.[320]

Huanggang announced that any person with fever or cough taking the initiative to see a doctor would receive a financial reward of ¥500 (US$71.6).[321]

In response to allegations that patient zero was its research student, Wuhan Institute of Virology released a statement saying no members of the Institute was infected and that the student had been working in other provinces for years.[322]

17 February[edit]

Following its announcement the previous night, Xiaogan now bans all its urban residents from leaving home, all its rural residents from wandering, visiting neighbours, and gathering, and all vehicles from roads. Exceptions are made for medical reasons, medical staff, providers of medical and living provision, pregnancies, deaths, essential vehicles, and others granted permissions. Violators would be subject to up to 10 days of detention and put on the dishonest list.[323]

Reactions and measures outside Mainland China[edit]

Running summary (as of 4 February 2020): Aside from China, the 28 nations with 2019-nCoV coronavirus infections are Australia, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, and Vietnam.[324][325][326]

Strict surveillance measures are being enforced at airports, seaports and border crossings to prevent the disease wide-spreading into countries/territories which share border or locate in the neighbourhood of the China Mainland. Accordingly,Japan Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and some ASEAN countries (notably Myanmar, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, SingaporeSingapore, and Vietnam Vietnam) are thermally monitoring passengers arriving at their major international airports, while flights from and/or to Wuhan were ceased operating. Activity through gateways in Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam Vietnam are put under extra supervision from the Government and medical staffs. More seriously, North Korea even bans international flights and foreign visitors, and Papua New Guinea bans travellers from all Asian countries.

Mongolia, North Korea, and Russia have closed their borders with mainland China.Hong Kong Hong Kong closes four out of its eleven border checkpoints with mainland China. Nepal shuts down Rasuwa Fort border crossing for a fortnight. Vietnam shuts down two border gates, with nine auxiliary gates while the others are still in active with strict measures. PNG ordered a close on border with Indonesia on the island of New Guinea. The Inter-Korean Liaison Office was halted for an unspecified time.

Singapore Singapore has closed its borders to all recent travellers of China. Vietnam Vietnam ceased issuing visa to Chinese citizens, only apart from diplomatic work. Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, the Philippines suspend visa issuance either: on arrival with Chinese citizens, toward the entire infected area of China, toward Hubei-related visitors who previously had travel history or currently hold a passport issued by Hubei and its neighbourhood's authorities.

United States The United States is closing its borders to all foreign nationals "who pose a threat of transmitting the virus from entering the country and would quarantine U.S. citizens returning from Hubei province in China, the epicentre of the outbreak, for up to 14 days," starting Sunday, 2 February at 5 p.m. This was announced the same day as Singapore Singapore's similar action.

1 February[edit]

Australia The Australia's Department of Health issued directives, going into effect from 1 February. Accordingly, travel advisory was increased to level 4: do not travel to all of mainland China. All travellers arriving out of mainland China were asked to self-isolate for a period of 14 days from the time of leaving. Additional border measures were implemented to deny entry of people who have arrived from the mainland China, with the exception of Australian citizens, permanent residents and their immediate family and air crews who have been using appropriate personal protective equipment.[327]

VietnamChina International border gates Móng Cái (Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam) - Dongxing (Guangxi, China) ceased functioning on 1 February for an unspecified time; border gates Hoành Mô and Bắc Phong Sinh experienced a 24-hour closure, awaiting further measurements from authorities.[328][329]

Taiwan Taiwan barred nationals from Guangdong (China) and travellers who recently visited the area will be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine, from entry beginning 1 February.[330]

Vietnam With the sixth case being another domestic transmission, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc signed an epidemic declaration.[6] Aviation permits which already had been granted for flights between Vietnam and China Mainland-Hong Kong-Macau were all revoked, effective immediately from 13:00 (UTC+7, 1 February) for an unspecified time.[6][331] It perhaps lasts until 1 May, according to United States the United States Federal Aviation Administration.[330]

India India bans the export of N95 masks with immediate effect.[332]

Japan The Government of Japan barred: entry of foreign nationals infected with the virus, and entry of Chinese citizens with passports issued in Hubei province.[333]

Germany 102 German citizens and 26 relatives, all of whom were symptom-free on departure, were evacuated from the Wuhan region to Frankfurt am Main by the Executive Transport Wing of the German Air Force. After their return, they were placed in quarantine in a military barrack in Rhineland-Palatinate for 14 days.[334] The coronavirus was found in two passengers on February 2. On the outward flight, the Bundeswehr aircraft had 10,000 protective suits on board, which were handed over to the Chinese authorities.[335][336]

Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago's travel restrictions on persons arriving from China goes into full effect. Persons now have to wait 14 days after leaving China before being able to enter Trinidad & Tobago. Additionally persons who may already be at a port of entry and who were in China or are showing symptoms will be subject to quarantine measures. Thermal screening is also being conducted on passengers arriving from Canada, Panama, the United Kingdom and the United States. Testing will also be done by the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) on 3 February.[337]

Qatar Qatar Airways has suspended flights to mainland China from 3 February until further notice.[338][338] It is the first air carrier in the Middle East to do so.

Princess Cruises announces restrictions on crew members and guests who have recently travelled within mainland China. Guests who have traveled through or in mainland China 14 days prior to the scheduled departure of their cruise will not be allowed to board. Crew members from mainland China are prohibited from getting on any ship until further notice from the company. Crew members scheduled on connecting flights to China have been rerouted. Two cruises in June have been cancelled and two cruises have been rerouted to arrive or depart in Tokyo instead of Shanghai.[339]

2 February[edit]

New Zealand New Zealand has temporarily banned all foreign nationals travelling from, or transiting through mainland China after 2 February to assist the containment of the coronavirus into New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Foreign travelers in transit to New Zealand on 2 February will be subject to enhanced scanning but pending clearance will be allowed into New Zealand. New Zealand citizens and permanent residents, and their immediate family members, will be allowed to enter New Zealand but must self-isolate for 14 days. The ban will last for 14 days but will be reviewed every 48 hours.[340][341]

Philippines The Philippines has temporarily banned foreigners arriving from China and its territories, including those who visited such areas within the past 14 days, from entering the country; Filipino citizens and permanent residents of the Philippines arriving from such would have to undergo quarantine for 14 days. Travel from Philippines to China and its territories have been temporarily banned as well.[342]

North Korea According to a diplomatic note distributed to foreign residents in North Korea, North Korean authorities have suspended the flight route between Pyongyang and Vladivostok performed by Air Koryo’s.[343] According to the same note "During the month of February, events, ceremonial visits and meetings shall not proceed, and essential meetings shall be conducted via telephone" [...] all diplomats or international organization staff going to North Korea will now be subjected to a mandatory 15-day quarantine process at their “place of residence” from the day of arrival".[343] Those subject to quarantine by North Korean authorities will not be allowed to come into contact with other persons and must not enter public places.[343] KCNA reported all people who entered the country after January 13 to have been placed under "medical supervision."[344]

South Korea South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun announced to the public the entry barring of all foreign nationals, who have been to Hubei Province since 21 January, will go into effect starting 4 February for an unspecified time. Also, the visa-free policy for Chinese citizens to visit Jeju Island is to be temporarily nullified.[345]

Indonesia Indonesia banned all flights from and to Mainland China starting from 5 February. The government also stopped giving free visa and visa on arrival for Chinese nationals. They banned those who live or stay in Mainland China for at least 14 days before from entering or transiting Indonesia. Indonesians are discouraged from travelling to China.[346]

Vietnam The Vietnamese Ministry of Labors, Invalids and Social Affairs issued directive on temporary suspension to Chinese labours returning to work after public holidays.[347]

United Arab Emirates Numerous landmark buildings in the United Arab Emirates lit up a Sunday night showing support for Wuhan and Chinese communities around the world over pain and horror by the novel coronavirus, namely: the Burj Khalifa, ADNOC Headquarters, the Capital Gate, Abu Dhabi Global Market, Emirates Palace, Sheikh Zayed Bridge, Burj Al Arab, Hazza bin Zayed Stadium, etc.[348]

Philippines AirAsia Philippines, Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific, has suspended flights to and from mainland China, Macau and Hong Kong Hong Kong.[349]

Group of Seven countries are seeking a unified approach to combat the spread.[350]

3 February[edit]

Maldives The Government of Maldives denied entry to passengers arriving from China.[351]

Hong Kong Hong Kong announced further tightening of border with the mainland. Beginning 00:00 on 4 February, the special administrative region closed most of its border crossings, except the Hong Kong International Airport, the Shenzhen Bay Port and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge.[352]

Indonesia Indonesia set to ban live animal imports from China as coronavirus fears grow.[353]

Japan The Japanese Authorities denied entry to any foreign nationals who have been to Hubei province in the past 14 days, even if there is no symptoms of the virus.[354] Japanese officials quarantined a cruise ship, carrying approximately 3,500 people, off the port of Yokohama due to a former passenger on the ship having contracted the virus.[355]

Venezuela The government announced that the country has imposed epidemiological surveillance, restrictions and diagnostic system to detect possible coronavirus patients at the Simón Bolívar International Airport in Maiquetía, Venezuela's main international airport, and that Venezuela will receive a diagnostic kit for the virus strain from the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).[356]

Vietnam Lunar New Year holidays was extended for one week to all k-through-12 students in Ho Chi Minh City; public schools will resume on 10 February.[357] The city authorities also ordered to build two specialty emergency hospitals designed to treat people with the 2019 novel coronavirus. With 500-bed accommodation in total, master plans for construction are due 15 February.[358] The capital city Hanoi is considering taking the same measures.[359]

United States The global Cruise Lines International Association bans trips to mainland China and says that it "will deny boarding to any individual, whether guest or crew, who has travelled from or through mainland China within the previous 14 days."[360] Boise State University suspends travel to and from China.[361] At a news briefing, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plan to distribute testing kits to speed up the diagnosis of the coronavirus. The CDC states that this measure will help speed up the testing and diagnosis of the coronavirus after cases in the U.S. reached 11. The Food and Drug Administration first has to approve the test for wider distribution, the CDC said.[362]

India India invalidated all e-visas given to Chinese passport holders since 15 January. It also has stopped giving out new e-visas to Chinese passport holders.[363] India also gave a travel advisory to not travel to China. The travel advisory also stated that anyone who comes to knowledge that had visited China since 15 January could get quarantined.[364]

4 February[edit]

Federated States of Micronesia The President of Federated States of Micronesia, David Panuelo, declared a state of emergency. Accordingly, Micronesian citizens are banned from visiting mainland China. Anyone who had been in mainland China from Jan 6 were barred from entering the country.[365]

ChinaVietnam The Nanning–Hanoi through train shall cease service as per agreement between the two national operators. Accordingly, the last train from Nanning railway station departed at 18:05 4 February, and the last from Gia Lâm railway station at 21:20 5 February.[366]

Macau The city government of Macau ordered a shut down of all casinos for at least 15 days.[367]

United Kingdom The United Kingdom directed its citizens to leave China if possible. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said, "We now advise British Nationals in China to leave the country if they can, to minimise their risk of exposure to the virus.”[368]

Israel The Knesset in Israel is forming a special committee to deal with coronavirus.[369]

Hong Kong Cathay Pacific Airways, the flag carrier of Hong Kong, announces that it is ceasing 90% of its flights to mainland China.[370]

Royal Caribbean Cruises cancels more ships and adds Hong Kong Hong Kong on the No-Board list. This goes beyond what the Cruise Lines International Association had done, the day before.[371]

Japan Princess Cruises confirmed quarantine of the Diamond Princess carrying about 3,700 people after one of its passengers tested positive in a Hong Kong Hong Kong hospital,[372] and, at least, 20 more infected by the ship's return to Japan.[373][374]

Hyundai, blaming a parts shortage due to the effects of coronavirus infection, announces it will shut down some production.[375] Nike has also temporarily shut down half of all their stores in China, due to the virus epidemic.[376]

Air India announces that starting from February 8, they will temporarily suspend flights to Hong Kong Hong Kong.[377][378]

5 February[edit]

United States United Airlines and American Airlines suspended US flights to and from Hong Kong.[379][380] Cathay Pacific asked all of its 27,000 employees to take three weeks of unpaid leave in order to preserve cash during the virus epidemic.[381]

United States Hundreds more Americans were evacuated by two planes from Wuhan to the United States, landing in this case at Travis Air Force Base near Sacramento, California. One of the planes would continue on to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego. All evacuees would undergo a two-week quarantine. "Inbound evacuation flights to Wuhan were using their cargo space to deliver donated medical supplies for coronavirus relief efforts."[382] A 12th US case of coronavirus was confirmed in Dane County, Wisconsin."[383][384]

Hong Kong Hong Kong announced the beginning of a mandatory two-week quarantine for all visitors from mainland China or Macau.[385][386]

Taiwan Taiwan banned entry of non-citizens who have been to mainland China, Hong Kong or Macau within the past 14 days.[387][386]

Colombia With the US CDC's endorsement, Colombia INS confirmed that it to be the first country in Latin America that might detect 2019-nCoV without sending samples to foreign centers.[388]

Canada Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs François-Philippe Champagne advised all Canadians in China but outside the quarantine zone to leave the country "via commercial means".[389]

India India starts scanning passengers in flights coming from Singapore Singapore and Thailand Thailand, along with further travel restrictions on China China to prevent the spread of the virus.[390]

United States The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation committed over $100 Million for better detection, isolation, and treatment research for the virus.[391]

China Yum China Holdings temporarily closed 30% of all Pizza Hut's and KFC's that they operate in China, due to the virus epidemic.[391]

Tesla stated that due to the virus epidemic, there would be a delay in the shipment of their Tesla Model 3 car, as they are produced and assembled in a new plant at Shanghai.[392] Production at the plant will restart on February 10, 2020.[393]

World Health Organization World Health Organization (WHO) stated that there had been a large surge in new cases in the 24 hour period, of an amount that had not been seen in any day since the start of the epidemic.[391] The number being 3,100 new patients confirmed within China. Via its contingency fund for emergencies, the WHO has allocated $9 million.[394]

World Health Organization Countering rumors in the media, the WHO stated that there are no known therapeutics, drugs, or treatments that are effective for the virus yet.[395][396][397][398] At least one news source attributed the stock market and Oil price rise to these rumours.[391][398][397][395]

6 February[edit]

Singapore A business meeting held in mid-January 2020 at the Grand Hyatt in Singapore of an unnamed international sales company resulted in the infection of four persons in attendance: one from Malaysia, one from Korea and two from Singapore.[399]

Hong Kong Virgin Australia announced the permanent cancellation of its Hong Kong routes, citing the coronavirus outbreak and anti-government protests.[400]

Taiwan Taiwan suspended visas for Hong Kong Hong Kong and Macau citizens.[401]

Singapore The Singapore government stated that a 14-day leave of absence would be mandatory for all workers who return from China.[402]

Hong Kong Panic buying of consumer goods was reported in Hong Kong due to rumors of an impending quarantine.[403]

China Virgin, KLM, Air France, American Airlines (not including the Hong Kong Hong Kong route), and Iberia extended their current flight suspensions till sometime in March.[404][405][406][407][408]

China Volvo stated that two plants in China were still not reopened and will reopen after a few more weeks.[408][409]

Japan Shinzo Abe stated that the 2020 Summer Olympics would not be postponed.[408][410]

Canada Canada started the evacuation of its citizens from Wuhan.[408] The aircraft would land on 7 February.[411]

The Better Business Bureau warned about face mask scams that attempt to use the ongoing fears and make false claims. The scams will either give low-quality or incorrect masks, or will send no mask at all when paid.[412]

United States The Pentagon was asked by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to provide military installations near 11 major airports that could each house up to 220 U.S. citizens in support of coronavirus quarantines. The DoD facilities and the airports they could support include: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, near Honolulu International Airport; Great Lakes Training Center Navy Base, Ill., by Chicago’s O'Hare International Airport; Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, Texas, close to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport; March Air Reserve Base (ARB), Calif., by Los Angeles International Airport; Travis Air Force Base (AFB), Calif., near San Francisco International Airport; Dobbins ARB, Ga., near Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport; Fort Hamilton, N.Y., by John F. Kennedy International Airport; Naval Base Kitsap, Wash., near Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, D.C., by Dulles International Airport; Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., by Newark Liberty International Airport; and Fort Custer Training Center, Mich., near Detroit Metropolitan Airport.[413]

Professor Neil Ferguson, director of the MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis at Imperial College London is summarized in a news report as saying "that the true scale of the coronavirus isn’t being reported by Chinese officials and claims that around 50,000 new cases are emerging in the country daily."[414][415]

7 February[edit]

United States The White House asked scientists in the US to investigate the origins of the virus. One of the reasons for this was because of the large amount of misinformation that is available about the virus online.[416]

Many colleges across the world were starting to reconsider and look into reviewing current student plans for Study abroad programs to and/or from China. This was due to the health safety for the students.[417] United States Colby College isolated students who showed no signs of the virus, after they returned from China.[418]

United Kingdom The third British citizen who contracted coronavirus did so through travel to Singapore Singapore. "The government is now telling travellers arriving in the UK from a total of nine Asian countries and territories to check for symptoms. They are advised to stay at home and call the NHS if they are ill and have flown home in the past 14 days."[419] In the mention are  Thailand,  Japan,  South Korea,  Taiwan,  Singapore,  Malaysia,  Hong Kong, and  Macau.

Singapore Singapore raises its contagion threat level to Orange, as the virus is spreading there from unknown origins.[420] This is only the second time Singapore has activated Code Orange; the first was for the swine flu (H1N1) pandemic of 2009.[421] Similar to reactions in Hong Kong the previous day, panic buying of groceries and consumer goods ensued.[422]

Hong Kong Two Hong Kong jewelry trade fairs, hosted by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, got rescheduled due to the virus epidemic.[423] Art Basel Hong Kong international art fair, that was being held in March also gets cancelled due to the virus epidemic.[423][424]

Canada The Canadian evacuation plane landed in British Columbia for refueling. The plane was also carrying Chinese nationals and citizens who have valid visas for Canada, these were for escorting Canadian minors. The planes final destination is CFB Trenton.[425]

United States Continuing the evacuation of American citizens from Wuhan, a rescue plane is landing in Omaha, Nebraska today.[426] Others are landing near San Diego, California and San Antonio, Texas today; two passengers are stated as having symptoms of the virus.[427]

Royal Caribbean cruise lines bans ChinaChinese,  Hong Kong and  Macau passport holders, as well as travelers who have been in those locales within the last 14 days.[428]

United States The United States announced aid of up to $100 million for China and other nations affected by the new coronavirus.[429]

Canada The first Canadian evacuation plane lands at its final destination.[430]

China Honda shuts down 3 of its plants around the Wuhan region area till February 13th.[431][432]

United States The Federal Reserve Bank warns that the virus is a potential threat to the growth of the US economy.[433][431]

China VF Corporation announces that its subsidiary Vans has temporarily closed 60% of all its stores in China.[434][431]

China Burberry temporarily closes a third of their stores in China.[435][431]

India India offers to test samples for other Southeast Asian countries.[436][437]

Nvidia withdraws from the Barcelona Mobile World Congress by informing the GSMA, due to the threat of the virus.[438][439]

8 February[edit]

Vietnam The school break was extended in all 63 first-level subdivisions, with the majority to 16 February and five to an unspecified time.[440]

China Apple extends the shutdown period of its stores and corporate offices in China. They will reopen at some time during the week of 10 February which is the week after the originally stated week Apple said they will reopen.[441]

Norway Norwegian Cruise Line banned Chinese, Hong Kong, and Macau passport holders, or any one who visited these regions in the past 30 days.[431][442]

Hyundai has shut down its largest factory due to lack of wiring that connects the electronic systems in its cars.[443]

IndonesiaSingapore Indonesia advised travellers to take precautions and be alert while in Singapore, with the government raising the travel alert to Yellow, the second out of three tiers.[444]

9 February[edit]

KuwaitQatarSingapore The Kuwaiti Embassy in Singapore called its citizens to delay their travel plans after the Singaporean government raised the coronavirus alert level to Code Orange.[445] The Embassy of the State of Qatar has since followed suit.[446]

Malaysia Malaysia expands their Chinese traveler ban to include the provinces of Zhejiang and Jiangsu.[447]

France Families in the French village Les Contamines-Montjoie get lined up to get tested for the virus.[448][449]

Israel Israel has advised travellers to delay travel to countries hit by the coronavirus. In the mention are Singapore Singapore, Thailand Thailand, South Korea South Korea, Japan Japan, Taiwan Taiwan, Macau Macau and Hong Kong Hong Kong.[444]

10 February[edit]

Amazon, Sony, and Ericsson states that they will not partake in the Barcelona Mobile World Congress due to the virus.[450][451][452]

The virus daily death toll reaches a new record of 97 people dead from the virus in a single day.[453][454]

Asian stock markets fell and went into red due to investor fears relating to the virus impact on the economy.[455][456]

BrazilPoland The plane that was taking people who lived in Brazil or were citizens back home landed in Brazil. The people on the aircraft were taken into quarantine. Before landing in Brazil, that plane landed in Poland, as the plane when it left China were also taking 6 people back to Poland.[457][458]

SingaporeThailand HSBC Women's World Championship, LPGA Tour Championship, and LPGA cancelled two more events overall within Singapore and Thailand due to the virus. Thus meaning only two more events remain uncancelled.[459][460][461]

United KingdomSingapore The United Kingdom included Singapore in a list of countries where travelers returning are advised to self-isolate if they have symptoms as a precautionary measure.[446]

MalaysiaSarawakSingapore Sarawak imposed a 14-day quarantine for travelers coming from Singapore in a bid to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. This comes after Singapore's DORSCON was raised to Orange on 7 February.[462]

Singapore Over 70 exhibitors have decided to withdraw or not take part in the Singapore Airshow due to the virus.[463] Lockheed Martin, Bombardier Inc., and De Havilland Canada, are some of the many well known exhibitors or companies that withdrew from the airshow.[464][465]

11 February[edit]

Singapore The Global Grain Conference that was going to take place in Singapore, has been postponed to sometime in June and/or July, due to the virus.[466]

Hong Kong Authorities in Hong Kong evacuate an Tsing Yi Estate apartment building, after two residents who lived separately got diagnosed with the virus.[467][468]

The virus is lowering crude prices world wide, as China's demand for crude oil decreases due to shutdowns, lockdowns, fears, and other measures.[469] Oil prices has just reached a 1-year low again, and has been falling for 5 weeks.[470][471]

South Korea South Korea has advised travellers to delay travel to countries hit by the coronavirus; mentioned are Singapore Singapore, Malaysia Malaysia, Thailand Thailand, Vietnam Vietnam, Japan Japan and Taiwan Taiwan in addition to China Mainland China.[444]

Taiwan Taiwan urged travellers to take precautions when travelling to Singapore Singapore or Thailand Thailand, and avoid Hong Kong Hong Kong or Macau Macau unless absolutely necessary.[444]

SingaporeMalaysia Singapore and Malaysia will form a joint working group to prevent and control the coronavirus infection.[472]

Thailand The Thailand public health minister does not allow a Holland America cruise ship, MS Westerdam to disembark in the country. The reason cited by the public health minister is that there are 32 cases in Thailand.[473]

12 February[edit]

United States American Airlines extend their flight suspensions to Hong Kong Hong Kong and China through some point in late April.[474][475]

World Health Organization The WHO states that the Coronavirus vaccine could be ready in approximately 18 months.[476][477]

The United States Postal Service, Singapore Post, PostNord Sverige, and Austrian postal services will temporarily stop sending mail or other postal services to China, and/or Hong Kong Hong Kong as well as Macau. This is due to the available flight shortages and flight suspensions, which is making it hard to send mail to China, Hong Kong Hong Kong, and Macau.[478][479][480]

China Bulgari CEO states that half of its stores in the greater China region have been temporarily closed due to the virus.[481]

China The Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix 2020 which is set to held in April, was postponed to a later date due to the outbreak.[482]

The Dalai Lama announced he stopped all public engagement due to the outbreak.[483][484][485]

The Mobile World Congress (MWC), due to start on the 24th of February, is cancelled.[486][487]

United States CDC announces that a diagnostic kit it developed does not work. This kit was made available to certified laboratories in the United States besides being shared with more than thirty countries. Due to a possible problem with one of the reagents some results could be made inconclusive (neither positive nor negative).[488]

Germany According to the Deutsche Bank the outbreak of the novel coronavirus Covid-19 may contribute to a recession in Germany.[489]

Russia Three people escape a quarantine facility in Russia. One of them escaped by jumping out a hospital window, another by disabling an electronic lock on a door. They did this because according to them, the conditions and officials of the quarantine were not good.[490][491]

Greece Cancellations in hotel bookings in the Greek island of Santorini have climbed up to 60-70% in the months of February and March, while there are fears of 100% cancellations for April.[492]

13 February[edit]

World Health Organization WHO affirmed that the slowdown in the number of new infections should be taken cautiously as the situation can change in any direction.[493][494] The WHO also stated that it is too early to predict the outbreaks' end.[495][496]

Vietnam A lockdown on Sơn Lôi Commune (Vĩnh Phúc Province, Vietnam) was implemented by the authorities after five investigated cases were infected by a cluster. This would last until 3 March.[497]

Japan Japan announced that a woman in her 80s outside of Tokyo has died. Two taxi drivers also were tested positive.[498]

United States A solo traveler from China was quarantined at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas.[499] This is the 15th case in the U.S.[500][501][502][503]

Portugal Champalimaud Foundation, a Portuguese private biomedical research foundation, announced the cancellation of a conference that was programmed to happen on 12th to 13th of March.[504]

European Union European Union ministers of health held a meeting in Brussels.[505]

Cambodia The ship Westerdam was allowed to dock in Sihanoukville, Cambodia.[506]

14 February[edit]

Portugal Portugal announced one more suspected case. The case was of a child of unspecified age that had returned from China.[507] All previous six suspected cases were revealed to be negative after clinical analysis.[508]

Portugal In Bragança, Portugal, two Chinese college students agreed to stay on a voluntary quarantine when they return to Bragança. Although they did not show symptoms and neither had they been in contact with infected persons as far it was known, the reason for the quarantine was a recent holiday travel to China.[509]

United Kingdom In the United Kingdom, two Members of Parliament, Lilian Greenwood and Alex Sobel, self-quarantined after learning that they had attended a conference on 6 February where a confirmed case had also been in attendance.[510]

Spain A German citizen in Palma de Mallorca was released from hospital quarantine after he had been tested negative twice. Previously, he had tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 and was always asymptomatic.[511]

Egypt The first case of coronavirus infection on the African continent was reported in Egypt.[512]

Singapore Grab started GrabCare for healthcare workers in Singapore. This came after reports of increased discrimination due to the COVID-19 situation, making it difficult for healthcare workers to get rides.[513]

15 February[edit]

United States The United States announced it would evacuate Americans currently aboard the cruise ship Diamond Princess.[514]

Malaysia Malaysia confirmed on 15 February that a 83-year-old US citizen who disembarked Westerdam and flew into Malaysia on 14 February had contracted 2019-nCoV.[515]

16 February[edit]

Taiwan The first death in Taiwan was confirmed on 16 February involving a man in his 60s.[516]

Portugal The Portuguese Directorate General for Health announced it was compiling a list of hospitals in Portugal that might reinforce, if needed, the three hospitals already prepared to received patients. The list should have been ready by Monday, 17 February.[517]

Portugal According to the responsible of Portugal's medical emergency services (INEM), Portugal currently had four ambulance prepared to transport patients with the novel coronavirus to the referenced hospitals.[518] All INEM personnel, around 700 medical professionals, would also have refresh courses and new formations about the virus.[518]

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