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China Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
88073 (+10)

Total Deaths:
4738 (-)

Total Recovered:
83919 (+9)

All COVID-19 data displayed on the page is available through our FREE API program. This China Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats is refreshed every hour using credible data sources, including the country/state’s official government website, data available on wikipedia pages, latest news reports, Johns Hopkins University CSSE 2019-nCoV Dashboard, WHO Situation ReportsCDC Situation Updates, and DXY.cn.

Trending Coronavirus News in China

Annual holiday sees the usual traffic jams and railway station crushes as people let off steam after troubling year.
South China Morning Post10/1/2020
The petitioner had moved the top court seeking to pass directions against the WHO officials, who failed to prevent the spread of Covid-19 disease in the world
Mid Day10/1/2020
An early Chinese vaccine might shift the global balance of power and leave Canadians on the outside, looking in.
The Star10/1/2020
China will work together with Malaysia and enhance cooperation in COVID-19 vaccine development and resumption of production, said its outgoing ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian.
Astro Awani10/1/2020
China is to temporarily suspend imports from a beef plant owned by Brazilian meatpacker Minerva SA for a week, in the latest suspension amid concerns over coronavirus
esmmagazine.com10/1/2020
Hundreds of millions of people in China are hustling to take their first major holiday since the emergence of the coronavirus Photo: AFP / NICOLAS ASFOURI. But this year has added
International Business Times9/30/2020
Trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange has halted due to a technical problem while most other major Asian markets were closed for national holidays
ABC9/30/2020
China is on the move again. As October 1 arrives, hundreds of millions of people are expected to pack highways, trains and planes for the National Day holiday, one of the busiest times for travel in the world's most populous country.
CNN9/30/2020
A House Intelligence Committee report says U.S. spy agencies are failing to meet the challenge posed by China and calls for a new focus on pandemics, trade and other issues often given less attention by intelligence professionals.
Wall Street Journal9/30/2020
A new report follows two years of study involving strategic and emerging threats from China, and how the U.S. is positioned to respond to them.
Washington Post9/30/2020

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