- China has opened its first coronavirus hospital in a city near Wuhan after two days
- The first batch of patients was already transferred to the Dabie Mountain Regional Medical Center
- The facility is now almost done and it has about 1,000 beds ready for patients with coronavirus
- Meanwhile, the Department of Health has maintained its claim that there is still no confirmed coronavirus case in the Philippines
China has opened its first coronavirus hospital on Wednesday in a city near Wuhan.
KAMI learned that workers and volunteers helped together in order to build the hospital in just two days.
In a report by Daily Mail UK, the first batch of patients infected with coronavirus were already transferred to the Dabie Mountain Regional Medical Center.
The facility is almost done and it has 1,000 beds ready to assist the patients. It is expected to be completely done by the end of the week.
As reported by Yahoo! News, the death toll in China linked to the coronavirus has risen to over 100. The first victim reported was from Beijing.
The latest foreign country to confirm a new case of the virus was Germany. Meanwhile, the Department of Health and Social Care has confirmed that almost 100 people suspected of coronavirus have tested negative.
In a previous report by KAMI, text messages have been circulating claiming that there were confirmed cases of coronavirus in the Philippines. However, the Department of Health has denied these claims.
As of posting time, the DOH has announced that there are still no confirmed cases of the Wuhan coronavirus in the country. However, 23 patients remain under investigation.
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