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NHC Update on COVID-19 Cases in China

2020/06/23

1. Between 00:00 and 24:00, 22 June, the following were reported by the 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps:

a) 22 confirmed cases (9 imported, including 7 in Gansu, 1 in Jiangsu and 1 in Shanxi; 13 local, all in Beijing);

b) no fatal cases;

c) 2 suspected cases (all local, in Beijing);

d) 12 cured and discharged cases;

e) 328 close contacts released from medical observation; and

f) 1 more severe case than the previous day.

2. As of 24:00, 22 June, among all the imported cases, 87 confirmed cases (1 severe case) were still under treatment and no suspected cases awaiting test results. In total 1,885 imported cases had been confirmed, 1,798 cases cured and discharged, and no fatal cases reported.

3. As of 24:00, 22 June, the following had been reported by the 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps:

a) 359 confirmed cases (13 severe cases) still under treatment;

b) 78,425 cured and discharged cases;

c) 4,634 fatal cases;

d) 83,418 confirmed cases;

e) 15 suspected cases pending test results; and

f) 758,718 close contacts traced (including 7,591 still under medical observation).

4. Between 00:00 and 24:00, 22 June, the following asymptomatic cases were reported by the 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps:

a) 7 new cases (5 imported);

b) 1 case developed into confirmed cases (not imported);

c) 21 cases released from medical observation (2 imported); and

d) 99 asymptomatic cases still under medical observation (59 imported).

5. As of 24:00, 22 June, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan had altogether reported 1,652 confirmed cases:

a) 1,161 in the Hong Kong SAR (including 1,078 discharged cases and 5 fatal cases);

b) 45 in the Macao SAR (all discharged from hospital); and

c) 446 in the Taiwan region (including 435 discharged cases and 7 fatal cases).

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