Hong Kong reports 63rd confirmed case, 2nd death case of COVID-19

Coronavirus Update: Second death confirmed in Hong Kong

Meanwhile, a Princess Margaret Hospital spokeswoman told Reuters that Hong Kong recorded its second death caused by the new coronavirus.

The man was hospitalized at the Princess Margaret Hospital on February 12 after he fell at home, Hong Kong media RTHK reported.

He had a fever and tested positive for the virus, dying a week later.

China's economy is more consequential than in 2003. The particular destinations during his trip are not known.

The 11-hectare military site is one of the barracks occupied by China's People's Liberation Army since the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong from Britain on July 1, 1997.

The man lived by himself in Kwai Chung, a town in Hong Kong's New Territories.

Hong Kong is on edge over the virus partly because of its own tragic history of experiencing a deadly disease.

The patient had mild running nose on February 14, but did not develop fever during her hospitalization.

A popular slogan of Hong Kong's months-long anti-government protests was spray-painted on the wall outside one of the Chinese Army's bases in the city, according to the report on Thursday.

Hong Kong, Feb 20 (SocialNews.XYZ) Hong Kong's Centre for Health Protection (CHP) said late on Wednesday that the number of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Hong Kong had increased to 65 as of 8:00 p.m. local time. She had a fall on February 15 and was then hospitalized for hip fracture operation.

Among the 65 confirmed cases of COVID-19, two patients have passed away, five have been cured and discharged from the hospital, while the others remain hospitalized.

Among the 15 cases was an 11-year-old South Korean girl, who is the daughter of the country's 20th case, a 40-year-old Korean woman who tested positive on February 5.



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