China Builds New 1,000 Bed Hospital In Ten Days

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China builds new 1,000 bed hospital in ten days China builds new 1,000 bed hospital in ten days China builds new 1,000 bed hospital in ten days China builds new 1,000 bed hospital in ten days

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STORY: China Virus Hospital - China builds new 1,000 bed hospital in ten days.

LENGTH: 01:47

FIRST RUN: 0600

RESTRICTIONS: No access mainland China

TYPE: Mandarin/Natsound

SOURCE: CCTV

STORY NUMBER: 4252596

DATELINE: 3 February 2020 - Exact Location Unknown/Wuhan

RESTRICTION SUMMARY: NO ACCESS MAINLAND CHINA

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Exact location unknown - 3 February 2020

1. Pop-up slide showing updated numbers of novel coronavirus cases on February 2,

UPSOUND (Mandarin) No Name Given, CCTV Anchor:

"On February 2, 31 provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities and Xinjiang production and Construction Corps reported 2,829 new confirmed cases, 186 new severe cases, 57 new deaths, 147 cured cases and 5173 new suspected cases."

2. Pop-up slide showing updated total numbers of novel coronavirus cases by February 2,

UPSOUND (Mandarin) No Name Given, CCTV Anchor:

"By midnight of February 2, the National Health Commission has received reports from 31 provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities and Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps 17,205 confirmed cases, three cases were reduced in Beijing and one case was reduced in Jiangxi after verification, 2,296 existing serious cases, 361 deaths, 475 cured cases and 21,558 suspected cases."

3. Pop-up slide showing number of close contact that have been traced,

UPSOUND (Mandarin) No Name Given, CCTV Anchor:

"Up to now, 189,583 close contacts have been traced, 10,055 people were released from medical observation on February 2. Still, 152,700 are undergoing medical observation."

4. Pop-up slide showing number of cases in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan

UPSOUND (Mandarin) No Name Given, CCTV Anchor:

"Thirty-three confirmed cases have been reported from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan: 15 from Hong Kong, 8 from Macao and 10 from Taiwan."

CCTV – NO ACCESS MAINLAND CHINA

Wuhan – 3 February 2020

5. Mid of military doctor sticking tag in pharmaceutical stocks in Huoshenshan Hospital

6. Various of pharmaceutical stocks

7. Tracking of medicine in fridges

8. Mid of military doctor checking pharmaceutical stocks

9. Pan of piled boxes of medicine in Huoshenshan Hospital

STORYLINE:

China on Monday reported new numbers for a deadly new virus that is quickly spreading.

State broadcaster CCTV reported 361 deaths and 2,829 new cases over the last 24 hours, bringing the nation's total to 17,205 cases.

CCTV footage showed interiors of a newly-built hospital and its pharmacies showing stockpiles of medicine and medical supplies.

Huoshenshan was built in just 10 days in Wuhan, the city in central China where the outbreak was first detected in December.

Most of the city's 11 million people are barred from leaving the area.

The new treatment centre marks the second time Chinese leaders have responded to a new disease by building specialised hospitals.

As severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, spread in 2003, a facility in Beijing for patients with that viral disease was constructed in a week.

The first patients arrived at the Huoshenshan Hospital at 10 a.m. Monday, according to state media.

The reports gave no details of the patients' identities or conditions.

The Communist Party's military wing, the People's Liberation Army, sent 1,400 doctors, nurses and other personnel to staff the Wuhan hospital, the official Xinhua News Agency said.

Authorities have cut most road, rail and air access to Wuhan and surrounding cities, isolating some 50 million people in efforts to contain the viral outbreak that has sickened over 17,000 and killed over 360 people.

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