As we’ve mentioned there has been remarkable news from China today. For the first time since the crisis began there in December the country has reported no new domestically transmitted cases.
All new cases confirmed on Wednesday, 34 in all, and most of China’s recent cases have been people who came in from other countries – classified as imported cases.
Here’s a full list of where they came from by state media outlet Global Times.
Latest on imported #COVID19 cases in the Chinese mainland:
Saudi Arabia: 4
China reports 34 new infections all imported cases
Australia’s island state Tasmania to quarantine all arrivals
Asian countries seeing second wave of infections from recent travellers
European Central Bank announces a huge emergency bond-buying scheme to support the euro
Two US members of Congress have tested positive for coronavirus
The UAE says resident visas holders who are currently abroad will not be allowed back for two weeks
Italy registers 475 new deaths – the highest one-day rise since it was hit by the virus
The UK is to shut schools – but they will still need to look after children of key workers
Canada and US closing border to non-essential transit
Confirmed cases worldwide pass 200,000, more than 8,000 people have died