The most crucial political Chinese meeting has been postponed due to coronavirus outbreak in the country, said by state media. On Monday, the country’s leading legislature accepted a decision to postpone the annual parliament session to be held in Beijing in the coming March. Chinese National media organization (known as CGTN) described that a new date would be assigned a while later for that political gathering. Moreover, it’s a first time in the past decades that meeting postponed since the Chinese Cultural Revolution.
According to the novel coronavirus, the number of deaths due to coronavirus infection has been crossed the figure 2,500. On Monday, CNHC (China’s National Health Commission) mentioned that they acquired 77,150 victims of confirmed coronavirus cases along with 2,592 deceased cases in the nation. Moreover, maximum victims, except one death from Hubei, were from the national capital of China, Wuhan. After this, the Chinese Govt. put has stopped the movement across the Wuhan by lockdown the whole city.
Furthermore, 112 confirmed coronavirus infections had been announced in the managerial areas of Macao, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, according to CNHC (China’s National Health Commission.
Japan and South Korea are also enlisted in infected countries and attained second and third positions, respectively.
Thus far, 34 people positively recovered for coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States, according to the reports of U.S. Centers for Prevention and Disease Control.
As a result, the Chinese annual political meeting has postponed, and state media has predicted that gathering would be held in the upcoming March.