Among the 4 new cases announced in China today by the Commission's national health care (Nhc), net of 115 of Hubei province, the epicenter of the epidemic, three are headed to Beijing and one in Ningxia. In the capital, the two are "contagions of return" and are related to the travellers that have arrived from Iran and from Italy.
attack racist to the 23-year-old in London A guy from Singapore, 23 years, ethnic chinese, and who is studying in London, complained on Facebook of being attacked for racism linked to the coronavirus. He was beaten and kicked. And has told about all on a post became viral in a few hours. the Jonathan Mok has described every detail in a post on the public: the aggression from a group of people in Oxford Street, a crowded commercial area in the centre of the british capital, to the to 21.15 local time (16.15 ET ) on February 24.
"The guy who tried to pick me up to kick me, he said, 'I don't want your coronavirus in my country', before pulling another punch in the mouth, which made me explode and the blood (from the nose)," wrote Mok. But the post is long, up-to-date, and complex, it should be read up to the end. That is this: "I Would like to thank everyone for the kind words. And even those who have used the words less friendly, thanks for having however contributed to the spread of this message. It has been more than a week from when it happened, the accident and the superficial injuries are quickly healed. But thanks a lot for having read until the end of this split I just Want to say that I hope that we can all work together to eradicate racism in this world (no matter who they are against) and build a better future". The London metropolitan police has confirmed in a statement to be investigating the assault "racially aggravated" against Mok. At the time "there were no arrests".