1. China’s capital Beijing imposes 14-day quarantine on arrivals  Livemint
  2. Images of new coronavirus just released  Livescience.com
  3. Here's why the WHO says a coronavirus vaccine is 18 months away  The Conversation AU
  4. Coronavirus Microscope Images Published by U.S. Researchers  BloombergQuint
  5. COVID - 19: Death toll in China reaches nearly 1,500, over 64,600 people infected - Republic World  Republic World
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Beijing to punish those who refuse to quarantine themselves or follow official rules on containing the deadly virus.Anyone returning to Beijing will be required to submit travel plans to their community in advance, the notice said.Beijing to punish those who refuse to quarantine themselves or follow official rules on containing the deadly virus.Anyone returning to Beijing will be required to submit travel plans to their community in advance, the notice said.

China’s capital Beijing imposes 14-day quarantine on arrivals

New images show a glimpse of the coronavirus that has sickened over 60,000 people and killed another 1,370.

Images of new coronavirus just released | Live Science

The images were released Thursday by the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. They were made with scanning and transmission electron microscopes. Electron microscopes use a beam of energy to take detailed pictures of objects that can be too small to see with normal microscope. Images were released on Thursday by the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Coronavirus Microscope Images Published by U.S. Researchers

Amid China's coronavirus epidemic, a rise in the death toll has been witnessed in the country on Thursday with a total number of 1,483 deaths. Amid China's coronavirus epidemic, a rise in the death toll has been witnessed in the country on Thursday with a total number of 1,483 deaths. 

COVID - 19: Death toll in China reaches nearly 1,500, over 64,600 people infected - Republic World

“MAJOR: Reps from Amazon, Google, Facebook and other tech co’s met with @WHO yesterday for a day of meetings at Facebook to discuss what to do about misinformation and the Coronavirus https://t.co/2gsTo38ulP With @sal19”

Christina Farr on Twitter: "MAJOR: Reps from Amazon, Google, Facebook and other tech co’s met with @WHO yesterday for a day of meetings at Facebook to discuss what to do about misinformation and the Coronavirus https://t.co/2gsTo38ulP With @sal19"

“Congratulations President Tshisekedi, @Presidence_RDC, for your commitment to advance universal health coverage and determination to prepare for a healthy #DRC beyond #Ebola. @WHO stands ready to support you every step on the way towards #HealthForAll https://t.co/K71J4rQEVt”

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Twitter: "Congratulations President Tshisekedi, @Presidence_RDC, for your commitment to advance universal health coverage and determination to prepare for a healthy #DRC beyond #Ebola. @WHO stands ready to support you every step on the way towards #HealthForAll https://t.co/K71J4rQEVt… https://t.co/RV8sEbx8nF"

“Coronavirus IN NUMBERS total and new cases in last 24 hours Globally 46 997 confirmed (1826 new ) - WHO reporting only lab confirmed cases unlike China China 46 550 confirmed (1820 new) 1368 deaths (254 new) † Outside of China 447 confirmed (6 new) 24 countries 1 death @WHO”

Professor Senait Fisseha on Twitter: "Coronavirus IN NUMBERS total and new cases in last 24 hours Globally 46 997 confirmed (1826 new ) - WHO reporting only lab confirmed cases unlike China China 46 550 confirmed (1820 new) 1368 deaths (254 new) † Outside of China 447 confirmed (6 new) 24 countries 1 death @WHO… https://t.co/OByuUixSWK"

“Collective knowledge powered by digital technologies should allow us minimize the loss of life and socio-economic impact of Corona virus #COVID19. World scientists meeting at @WHO on #COVID19 research priorities is a good start. Together we can succeed! https://t.co/bgjOmLMiUy”

Bernardo Mariano Jr. on Twitter: "Collective knowledge powered by digital technologies should allow us minimize the loss of life and socio-economic impact of Corona virus #COVID19. World scientists meeting at @WHO on #COVID19 research priorities is a good start. Together we can succeed! https://t.co/bgjOmLMiUy"

Although no specific treatment is currently available for human coronaviruses, numerous antiviral agents are being identified through a variety of approaches.Although no specific treatment is currently available for human coronaviruses, numerous antiviral agents are being identified through a variety of approaches.

Pathways to New Therapeutic Agents for Human Coronaviruses

As China has become a global economic powerhouse demand for African mammals for medicines has had a significant impact in Africa.As China has become a global economic powerhouse demand for African mammals for medicines has had a significant impact in Africa.

Researchers around the world are working together to control the coronavirus outbreak, now known as COVID-19. This is what's behind the global effort to develop a vaccine.Researchers around the world are working together to control the coronavirus outbreak, now known as COVID-19. This is what's behind the global effort to develop a vaccine.

Here's why the WHO says a coronavirus vaccine is 18 months away

Here's why the WHO says a coronavirus vaccine is 18 months away

Renaming of the coronavirus leaves many scientists unhappy with the new descriptor of the deadly virus Renaming of the coronavirus leaves many scientists unhappy with the new descriptor of the deadly virus

There's no evidence the new coronavirus is airborne. It appears to spread by larger droplets, direct contact and contaminated surfaces or objects.There's no evidence the new coronavirus is airborne. It appears to spread by larger droplets, direct contact and contaminated surfaces or objects.

There's no evidence the new coronavirus spreads through the air – but it's still possible

There's no evidence the new coronavirus spreads through the air – but it's still possible

Though shots weren't ready in time in the last 17 years, research on SARS and MERS vaccines has allowed scientists to be better prepared than ever.

Science behind the virus: How long will it take to develop a vaccine? - CGTN

The vivid images show the virus behind the global COVID-19 health emergency.The vivid images show the virus behind the global health emergency.

This is what the deadly coronavirus looks like under a microscope - CNET

SCIENTISTS are in the early stages of testing a cure for the latest outbreak of Coronavirus after finding and developing a new antiviral drug that had a positive affect on monkeys carrying a disease within the coronavirus family.SCIENTISTS are in the early stages of testing a cure for the latest outbreak of Coronavirus after finding and developing a new antiviral drug that had a positive affect on monkeys carrying a disease within the coronavirus family.

Coronavirus cure found: Scientists' breakthrough antidote 'holds key to halting outbreak' | World | News | Express.co.uk

Ian M. Mackay, The University of Queensland and Katherine Arden, The University of Queensland A recent announcement by a Chinese health official suggested the new coronavirus might spread more easily than we thought, via an “airborne route”. The virus is now known as severe acute respiratory synd

Here’s what we know about how the new coronavirus spreads – Alternet.org

Scientific work in laboratories across the United States could lead the way to a therapy or vaccine that could help save lives and fight the coronavirus outbreak — or the next one.Scientific work in laboratories across the United States could lead the way to a therapy or vaccine that could help save lives and fight the coronavirus outbreak — or the next one.

US scientists study coronavirus to combat covid-19 outbreak - The Washington Post

The images were made using scanning and transmission electron microscopes at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.The images were made using scanning and transmission electron microscopes at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

IMAGES: What New Coronavirus Looks Like Under The Microscope : NPR