More than 130 new cases have been confirmed in Wuhan. Photo: Getty ImagesMore than 130 new cases have been confirmed in Wuhan. Photo: Getty Images
More than 130 new cases have been confirmed in Wuhan. Photo: Getty Images

China’s post-Sars reporting system may explain long delays in announcing new cases of Wuhan virus

  • The spike in the number of confirmed cases has prompted questions about the process, but medical specialists say the admin involved may be why it takes so long
  • One health official in Guangdong said confirmation from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention in Beijing is needed before they can be announced
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
More than 130 new cases have been confirmed in Wuhan. Photo: Getty ImagesMore than 130 new cases have been confirmed in Wuhan. Photo: Getty Images
More than 130 new cases have been confirmed in Wuhan. Photo: Getty Images
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