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“If we had taken measures earlier, controls would have been better and the influence would have been smaller nationwide,” said Wuhan’s former Party secretary Ma Guoqiang

Hospitals in Wuhan are struggling to overcome the Covid-19 outbreak amid a shortage of beds and essential medical supplies, and as exhaustion and stress undermine frontline workers

Amid the ongoing lockdown, volunteers in Wuhan are finding ways to help one another and keep their communities functioning

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Researchers around the world are working on vaccines targeting the novel coronavirus, although many details of the fatal contagious disease, including its origin and transmissibility, remain unknown

Shengjin and nurse Cao Shan sleep in a vehicle parked at Jinyintan Hospital in Wuhan, Hubei Province, February 16, 2020. The couple works in an isolation ward for critical patients and they had slept in the vehicle for the previous 23 days

The coronavirus outbreak highlights the urgency of banning the trade in wildlife and preventing endangered creatures from ending up on the dinner table, as well as the need to revise the Wildlife Protection Law