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Image caption Authorities in Wuhan have had to create extra hospital space to cope with large numbers of cases. Chinese officials have given figures for health workers infected with coronavirus, amid concerns about shortages of protective equipment. Six health workers have died and 1,716 have been infected since the outbreak, they said. The death a week ago of Doctor Li Wenliang , who tried to warn authorities early on about the virus, provoked a burst of public anger and grief. More than 1,300 people are now known to have died from the virus. The latest figures show 121 new deaths in China, bringing the total to 1,380. The total infections jumped by 5,090 to 63,851 cases on 13 February, the National Health Commission said on Friday. Full story

14 February

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