Novel coronavirus pneumonia was reported in Beijing from 0 to 24 March 10th. 6 cases were imported from abroad, including 5 imported cases from Italy and 1 imported cases from the United States. Two new suspected cases were reported, all of which were imported from abroad; 44 people were in close contact, 26 of whom were imported from abroad. Six cases were cured and discharged from two designated hospitals in the city. There are three men and three women, the youngest 32 years old and the oldest 93 years old.
As of 24:00 on March 10, 435 cases were confirmed, 326 cases were cured and 8 cases died. There are 27 suspected cases. The total number of close contacts was 3694, of which 434 were still in isolation medical observation. Among the confirmed cases, 14 were in Dongcheng District, 53 in Xicheng District, 72 in Chaoyang District, 63 in Haidian District, 43 in Fengtai District, 14 in Shijingshan District, 3 in Mentougou District, 16 in Fangshan District, 19 in Tongzhou District, 10 in Shunyi District, 29 in Changping District, 39 in Daxing District, 7 in Huairou District, 7 in Miyun District and 1 in Yanqing District. There were no cases in Pinggu District, 25 in Beijing from other places, and 20 in foreign countries.
There are 12 districts in the whole city that have no new confirmed cases for more than 14 consecutive days, specifically Pinggu District has no reported cases since the outbreak, Yanqing District 47 days, Mentougou District 37 days, Huairou District 33 days, Shunyi District 31 days, Miyun District 28 days, Shijingshan District 26 days, Daxing District 26 days, Fangshan District 23 days, Changping District 22 days, Xicheng District 20 days, Tongzhou District 20 days.
Among 435 confirmed cases, 206 cases were male, accounting for 47.4%, 229 cases were female, accounting for 52.6%; the age range was 6 months to 94 years old, 14 cases were under 5 years old, accounting for 3.2%, 17 cases were 6 to 17 years old, accounting for 3.9%, 293 cases were 18 to 59 years old, accounting for 67.4%, 111 cases were 60 years old and above, accounting for 25.5%.