1. Hundreds of frontline medics likely infected with coronavirus in China presenting new crisis for the government  CNN
  2. Coronavirus nurses in China are shaving their heads to ‘improve efficiency’  Fox News
  3. Coronavirus: China sends 4000 more medical military personnel to Wuhan to battle epidemic  The Telegraph
  4. Doctors battling coronavirus in Wuhan wearing diapers during long shifts  New York Post
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Some Chinese nurses fighting the deadly coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China — the epicenter of the outbreak — have taken an extreme measure to reportedly improve efficiency: shaving their heads. Some Chinese nurses fighting the deadly coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China — the epicenter of the outbreak — have taken an extreme measure to reportedly improve efficiency: shaving their heads. 

Chinese medical workers on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan have been wearing adult diapers during grueling shifts.Medical workers on the front lines have been wearing adult diapers to relieve themselves during long, grueling shifts.

Doctors battling coronavirus in Wuhan wear diapers

“It's disgraceful that the Chinese community have faced increased racism and over 50% business losses since the coronavirus outbreak. I've come to Chinatown here in Manchester, a city that has been twinned with Wuhan for 33 years. We stand in solidarity with the Chinese community.”

Jeremy Corbyn on Twitter: "It's disgraceful that the Chinese community have faced increased racism and over 50% business losses since the coronavirus outbreak. I've come to Chinatown here in Manchester, a city that has been twinned with Wuhan for 33 years. We stand in solidarity with the Chinese community.… https://t.co/ap1IOlwS1B"

“The U.S. is deeply concerned about the vulnerability of the North Korean people to a #coronavirus outbreak. We strongly support and encourage the work of U.S. and international aid and health organizations to counter and contain the spread of coronavirus in the #DPRK.”

Secretary Pompeo on Twitter: "The U.S. is deeply concerned about the vulnerability of the North Korean people to a #coronavirus outbreak. We strongly support and encourage the work of U.S. and international aid and health organizations to counter and contain the spread of coronavirus in the #DPRK."

“The @WHNSC head of global health security left the WH 2 years ago. During a coronavirus outbreak, the position is still vacant. @PattyMurray & I are leading 25 of our colleagues in urging the NSC to appoint a global health expert to address this virus. https://t.co/FZJwwvP41q”

Elizabeth Warren on Twitter: "The @WHNSC head of global health security left the WH 2 years ago. During a coronavirus outbreak, the position is still vacant. @PattyMurray & I are leading 25 of our colleagues in urging the NSC to appoint a global health expert to address this virus. https://t.co/FZJwwvP41q"

“This is crazy. Hope everyone has been VERY nice to their neighbors 😬 Coronavirus outbreak: Sickos spit on elevator buttons in China https://t.co/9kpaj0OVwX”

Chrishell on Twitter: "This is crazy. Hope everyone has been VERY nice to their neighbors 😬 Coronavirus outbreak: Sickos spit on elevator buttons in China https://t.co/9kpaj0OVwX"

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Michelle Li started a fund to help people in China combat the Coronavirus. [Cameron Thomas photo]

North Oconee student raises money to help China hospital - Lifestyle - Athens Banner-Herald - Athens, GA

A Tarzana man was among the Americans hospitalized after showing symptoms of coronavirus while quarantined in a cruise ship in Japan, his wife told the Orange County Register on Monday.A Tarzana man was among the Americans hospitalized after showing symptoms of coronavirus while quarantined in a cruise ship in Japan, his wife told the Orange County Register on Monday. Mohammad Toutounchian was taken to a hospital in Tokyo and remained in an intensive care unit, but still able to speak to his family, Farah Toutounchian told the paper in a phone interview. She said she experienced symptoms by Tuesday night but was told health officials were running low on test kits, the O.C. Register reported.

Tarzana Man on Cruise Ship Quarantined in Japan Hospitalized for Coronavirus Symptoms, Wife Says | KTLA

Update: 2,600 more military medics dispatched to assist coronavirus-hit Wuhan - Xinhua | English.news.cn

Mistrust, red tape, and medical supply shortages: Why Chinese volunteers are sidestepping official aid channels as outbreak numbers rise.Mistrust, red tape, and medical supply shortages: Why Chinese volunteers are sidestepping official aid channels as outbreak numbers rise.

The New Humanitarian | Volunteers sidestep official aid channels on China’s coronavirus front lines

Despite the compounded challenge of having to treat patients for COVID-19 as well as mental illness, Wuhan’s psychiatric facilities have largely been left to fend for themselves.Despite the compounded challenge of having to treat patients for COVID-19 as well as mental illness, Wuhan’s psychiatric facilities have largely been left to fend for themselves.

Coronavirus’ Assault on Wuhan Mental Hospital Alarms Experts

Beijing seemed to score a major victory in its fight against the coronavirus by building two new facilities in just 12 days, promising 2,600 new beds.Beijing seemed to score a major victory in its fight against the coronavirus by building two new facilities in just 12 days, promising 2,600 new beds.

China boasted that it built two new coronavirus hospitals in 12 days - but they're treating half the people they're supposed to - AOL News

The Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force, or PLAAF, has conducted a large airlift operation to bring medics and other humanitarian supplies to the city of Wuhan, which is the epicenter of a massive outbreak of a novel coronavirus that began late last year. The force included six of the PLAAF's newest Y-20 airlifters, as well as other aircraft. This comes amid growing criticism, within the country and among the international community, of how authorities have handled the epidemic, which has killed at least 1,355 people in China.Other aircraft took part in the operation, as well, which makes a notable surge in the Chinese military's involvement in the response to the epidemic.

China's Y-20 Airlifters Make Crisis Debut Bringing Medics And Cargo To Virus Plagued Wuhan - The Drive

China's Hubei province has decided to change the diagnosis criteria for coronavirus, bringing relief to infected residents. One woman felt the effects of the authorities' penchant to keep the number of infected down.China's Hubei province has decided to change the diagnosis criteria for coronavirus, bringing relief to infected residents. One woman felt the effects of the authorities' penchant to keep the number of infected down.

Coronavirus: How hospitals in China′s Wuhan kept the sick away | Asia| An in-depth look at news from across the continent | DW | 13.02.2020

Another 2,600 military medical personnel were sent to the central China city of Wuhan - epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak - with approval from Xi Jinping, chairman of the Central Military Commission. This marks the third deployment of military medics in the effort to contain the outbreak.

Xi Jinping orders 2,600 more military medics to virus-hit Wuhan - CGTN

BEIJING (AFP) - Tired and understaffed, medical workers have had to deal with thousands of new cases per week in Wuhan, the city at the epicentre of the outbreak that first emerged late last year.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -BEIJING (AFP) - Tired and understaffed, medical workers have had to deal with thousands of new cases per week in Wuhan, the city at the epicentre of the outbreak that first emerged

Doctors at China's coronavirus epicentre Wuhan overworked and unprotected, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

China grabbed the world's attention by planning, building, and opening two hospitals in under two weeks. But the reality is more complicated.China grabbed the world's attention by planning, building, and opening two hospitals in under two weeks. But the reality is more complicated.

Wuhan coronavirus: Hospitals 'finished' in 12 days not yet at capacity - Business Insider

The Huoshenshan and Leishenshen hospitals were designed to have about 2,600 beds in total, but as of yesterday there were only a combined 1,136 sufferers in the two facilities in Wuhan.The Huoshenshan and Leishenshen hospitals were designed to have about 2,600 beds in total, but as of yesterday there were only a combined 1,136 sufferers in the two facilities in Wuhan.

Wuhan's two coronavirus hospital built from scratch in 12 days are still HALF EMPTY | Daily Mail Online

About 60,000 people have now been confirmed to have the virus, the vast majority of them in China.About 60,000 people have now been confirmed to have the virus, the vast majority of them in China.

Video: Medical staff shave heads to reduce risk of coronavirus spread - News | Khaleej Times