China has widened its travel restrictions in Hubei province - the centre of the coronavirus outbreak - as the death toll climbed to 26.
The restrictions will affect at least 20 million people across 10 cities, including the capital, Wuhan, where the virus emerged.
On Thursday, a coronavirus patient died in northern Hebei province - making it the first death outside Hubei.
Another death was later confirmed in north-east Heilongjiang province.
The province borders Russia and is more than 2,000 kilometres (1,200 miles) from Wuhan.
Call it PTDS if you want to, but I stand by statement, death trap.Absolutely agree, that is not something I would wish on anyone at all, I would definitely not want anything to happen to my puppers, but you can't say "Never walk you dogs in parks, they are death traps" just because you personally had experience in one or two parks, Generally I've found parks quite safe and enjoyable for the critters
Hold my beerI wonder how many people actually think it's a cia planted virus in their war against china..... bad trumplekins BAD
Yeah but that's still china shooting itself.
OR Tambo international airport is the only port of entry for direct flights from Asia, it added, saying the measures had been put in place due to the current risk the virus could be imported to South Africa.
You forgot the sarcasm font.South Africa's department of health said on Thursday port health authorities have enhanced surveillance for all travellers from Asia, especially China, following an outbreak of coronavirus in the country.www.timeslive.co.za
Health Department is on it, totally safe.
China is marking the Lunar New Year, one of the most important dates in its calendar, while concerns grow about the coronavirus outbreak.
As millions go home for the holidays, travel restrictions have been expanded to 13 cities - home to more than 36 million people - in Hubei province, the centre of the outbreak.
There are currently 830 confirmed cases in China, 26 of whom have died.
Wuhan, where the outbreak began, is rapidly building a new hospital.
The city - home to around 11 million people - is struggling to cope with the increasing number of patients.