Email By Erin Handley, wires Updated March 27, 2020 18:42:59 Photo: A computer artwork of a coronavirus, which is named after the corona (crown) of surface proteins (outer dots) that are used to penetrate a host cell. (Science Photo Library: PASIEKA) Map: China The deadly coronavirus is rapidly spreading across the globe, with no end in sight.China has been accused of downplaying the potential severity of the respiratory disease in the early stages and mishandling the contagion crisis.The virus has since spread to more than 160 countries, with large outbreaks in Europe, Iran, South Korea and the United States.More than 24,000 people have died from COVID-19, with more than 530,000 infections worldwide. More than 120,000 people have recovered. Here is a timeline of the key events so far. You can skip ahead to events starting in January, February or March.The first case is detectedDecember 12, 2019This is when Chinese authorities say the first case of the mystery virus was identified in Wuhan — however, it would be weeks before they made this information public.Wuhan, a city of 11 million people in Hubei province, is a major transport hub. The new type of viral pneumonia saw symptoms like high fever, coughing… Read full this story
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