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Chinese Province of 38 Million Tells Residents to Isolate at Home as Virus Outbreak Worsens

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Chinese Province of 38 Million Tells Residents to Isolate at Home as Virus Outbreak Worsens

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Chinese authorities on Jan. 14 announced the first COVID-19-related death in months. As China faces resurgences of the CCP virus throughout the country, the low fatality count raised eyebrows. According to the chief doctor of the Hebei Province COVID-19 medical team Yan Xixin, the 69-year-old patient was diagnosed on Jan. 9 after experiencing a fever. She was taken to the Hebei Chest Hospital for treatment, but her condition deteriorated quickly. She was placed on an ECMO heart-lung machine. She passed away on Jan. 13 with multiple organ failure, Yan said at a Thursday press conference in Shijiazhuang, the city with the most severe outbreak. She was the first COVID-19 fatality that authorities confirmed since May 2020. The outbreak in northeastern China’s Heilongjiang Province continued to spread. On Thursday, the provincial government told all 38 million residents to self-quarantine at home. It did not say how long the quarantine period would …

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