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Coronavirus in the US: COVID-19 outbreak, measures and impact

The US was among the first few countries to report a COVID-19 infection, since the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak in China in December 2019. A public health emergency was declared in the US on 21 January 2020 after the first case in the country was confirmed. More US states are reporting nCoV cases.

Coronavirus outbreak: The countries affected

The 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), officially named as COVID-19 by the WHO, has spread to more than 170 countries including China prompting the WHO to declare the disease as a global pandemic. Confirmed novel coronavirus cases have crossed 530,000, while more than 24,000 deaths have been reported across the world as Europe becomes the new epicentre of coronavirus. More than 80% of the global COVID-19 cases are currently outside China.

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Coronavirus in Philippines: The COVID-19 risk, impact and measures

Philippines, one of the high-risk countries from the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, recorded the first death outside China. The government has announced lock-down of Metro Manila, followed by the entire Luzon island and is mulling over more localised lock-downs. The Philippines government declared a state of calamity in the country for six months on 17 March.

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