Hong Kong stocks slip as whistle-blower doctor dies of virus
- Death toll on mainland from coronavirus hits 636, including 34-year-old whistle-blower doctor
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Happy Friday, traders --
The death of Li Wenliang – the 34-year-old doctor who tried to alert the public about the virus outbreak, only to be reprimanded by local police -- has dampened trading sentiment in both Hong Kong and the mainland.
In mainland China, the official death toll due to the novel coronavirus is 636 people.
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-- Zhang Shidong in Shanghai and Deb Price in Hong Kong