I absolutely agree. So far, the patterns of transmission show that the vast majority of sustained transmission continues to occur in Hubei Province, with some sustained transmission in other parts of Mainland China. However, evidence so far does not show sustained local transmission throughout the majority of the world. There continues to be some local transmission in Hong Kong SAR, and Singapore.Reuters: WHO CHIEF SAYS 99% OF CORONAVIRUS CASES ARE IN CHINA BUT THE EMERGENCY "HOLDS A VERY GRAVE THREAT FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD"
Didn't China also say they are not counting people who have the virus but have no symptoms? So how exactly did this big number come about?The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that a spike of 14,000 coronavirus cases in China on Thursday was the result of new counting methods, and did not represent a major shift in the outbreak.
They're starting to count patients who doctors have diagnoses using simple chest X-Rays. This will allow faster diagnosis, since the PCR test takes longer to run. I have been surprised that the Chinese took this long to do this; usually, during any major epidemic, counting people as "presumptive positive" is usually permissible, since it is so difficult to run tests on the sheer number of people presenting with symptoms.Didn't China also say they are not counting people who have the virus but have no symptoms? So how exactly did this big number come about?