China is reporting that the death toll from the coronavirus has climbed to 2,118, with the total amount of cases reaching 74,576.
As per details, The National Health Commission said that it had received reports of 394 new confirmed cases and 114 deaths on Wednesday from 31 provincial-level regions and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps.
Among the deaths, 108 were in Hubei province and one each in Hebei, Shanghai, Fujian, Shandong, Yunnan and Shaanxi.
Another 1,277 new suspected cases were reported on Wednesday, said the Commission.
16155 discharged from hospital
A total of 16,155 people discharged from hospital after recovery so far.
Deaths outside China
As of Thursday morning, the number of reported cases outside of China were Japan (705), Singapore (84), South Korea (82), Hong Kong (65), Thailand (35), Taiwan (24), Malaysia (22), Germany (16), Vietnam (16), Australia (15), the US (15), France (12), Macau (10), the UK (nine), the UAE (nine), Canada (eight), India (three), the Philippines (three), Italy (three), Russia (two), Iran (two), Egypt (one), Spain (two), Cambodia (one), Finland (one), Nepal (one), Sri Lanka (one), Sweden (one) and Belgium (one).
In Hong Kong, 65 confirmed cases, including two deaths have been reported by the end of Wednesday. Macau reported 10 confirmed cases followed by 24 in Taiwan, including one death.
Also over 100 cities in China have adopted QR codes to facilitate the control of the novel coronavirus and work resumption.
Instead of filling in health report forms, residents can now show the QR codes at community or expressway checkpoints. Thus, no-contact checks can carried out to reduce virus transmission risks.
According to Ant Financial, all cities in the provinces of Zhejiang, Sichuan and Hainan have adopted health QR codes, with 15 million people registered for the QR codes in Zhejiang alone.
Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang Province, adopted the QR codes with 15 million people registered for the QR codes in Zhejiang alone.