Health officials have confirmed a case of the coronavirus in the frontier region of Tibet — the last of China’s 34 regions to see an infection.
- The deadly coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, has now spread to every region of the country.
- China’s National Health Committee confirmed a case of the virus in the southwestern frontier region of Tibet on Thursday. Tibet is the last of China’s 34 regions to see someone infected by 2019-nCoV.
- The death toll is still climbing. A total of 170 people died of the virus as of Thursday, all of whom are in China.
- There are now a total of 7,711 confirmed cases on the Chinese mainland, with 10 in Hong Kong, seven in Macau, and eight in Taiwan.