The Post has dedicated newsroom resources – in its home city of Hong Kong and across mainland China, Asia, Europe and the United States – to the comprehensive reporting needed in this crisis. Photo: Martin Chan The Post has dedicated newsroom resources – in its home city of Hong Kong and across mainland China, Asia, Europe and the United States – to the comprehensive reporting needed in this crisis. Photo: Martin Chan
The Post has dedicated newsroom resources – in its home city of Hong Kong and across mainland China, Asia, Europe and the United States – to the comprehensive reporting needed in this crisis. Photo: Martin Chan

South China Morning Post marks 100 days of covering the coronavirus pandemic

  • The first of our reports on ‘mystery illness’ in Wuhan was published on December 31, 2019
  • The Post has chronicled how Covid-19 has profoundly changed the world, uncovering crucial truths about the new coronavirus and its spread

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Post has dedicated newsroom resources – in its home city of Hong Kong and across mainland China, Asia, Europe and the United States – to the comprehensive reporting needed in this crisis. Photo: Martin Chan The Post has dedicated newsroom resources – in its home city of Hong Kong and across mainland China, Asia, Europe and the United States – to the comprehensive reporting needed in this crisis. Photo: Martin Chan
The Post has dedicated newsroom resources – in its home city of Hong Kong and across mainland China, Asia, Europe and the United States – to the comprehensive reporting needed in this crisis. Photo: Martin Chan
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