57 newly diagnosed cases in 31 provinces

6月 14, 2020 佛山站鸡

57 newly diagnosed cases in 31 provinces


According to the official website of the National Health Commission on June 14, 57 newly confirmed cases were reported by 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government) and Xinjiang production and Construction Corps from 0 to 24 o’clock on June 13, including 19 imported cases (Guangdong 17 cases, Shanghai 1 case, Chongqing 1 case), 38 native cases (Beijing 36 cases, Liaoning 2 cases); no new death cases; 1 new suspected case, namely One case was imported from Shanghai.
On the same day, 2 cases were cured, 542 close contacts were released from medical observation, and 1 case was serious.
83 confirmed cases (no severe cases) and 2 suspected cases were imported from abroad. There were 1827 confirmed cases and 1744 discharged cases.
As of 24:00 on June 13, according to the reports of 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government) and Xinjiang production and Construction Corps, there are 129 confirmed cases (including 1 severe case), 78369 cured and discharged cases, 4634 dead cases, 83132 confirmed cases and 2 suspected cases. The total number of close contacts was 752087, and 3358 were still under medical observation.
31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government) and Xinjiang production and Construction Corps reported 9 new cases of asymptomatic infection (6 cases imported from abroad); 2 cases converted to confirmed cases (no imported from abroad); 2 cases removed from medical observation on the same day (1 case imported from abroad); 103 cases of asymptomatic infection still under medical observation (53 cases imported from abroad).
A total of 1597 confirmed cases have been reported from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. Among them, 1109 cases were discharged from Hong Kong SAR (1061 cases, 4 deaths), 45 cases were discharged from Macao SAR, 443 cases were discharged from Taiwan SAR (431 cases, 7 deaths).