China reports 6 new coronavirus cases in the mainland as of end-April 27

China reports 6 new coronavirus cases in the mainland as of end-April 27 vs 3 a day earlier.

Key notes

  • China reports 3 new imported coronavirus cases in Mainland as of end-April 27 vs 2 a day earlier.
  • China says 40 new asymptomatic coronavirus cases in Mainland reported as of end-April 27 vs 25 a day earlier.
  • China reports zero new deaths in mainland from virus outbreak as of end-April 27 vs zero a day earlier.
  • China says total of 82,836 coronavirus cases in mainland china reported as of end-April 27.
  • China says total of 4,633 deaths from coronavirus outbreak reported in mainland China as of end-April 27.

There are still plenty of warning out there from the experts. In recent trade, Johns Hopkins updated its data and this shows that the latest Global confirmed COVID–19 cases have topped 3 million, reaching 3,002,303. 

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