In Japan there were 4 severe/critical patients before the woman died and there were 4 after.
I think it is fair to assume she was not classified as severe/critical.
I think I am right in saying therefore that none of the 3 deaths outside of China were considered severe/critical.
Yet another data consolidation site. Seems to be updated timely and thoroughly. This is likely the guy behind it, no official "about" that I could find. "www.linkedin.com/in/yufeishi/?originalSubdomain=ca"
The way I read this, (1) the spread of virus cannot be effectively prevented in an enclosed society, once it has gotten in. (2) The quarantine on DP was a bad idea for those who were not infected on day-1 (3) For HK ... A distant separation from any potential virus source is the only hope. In a densely populated society, once the virus gets in, it will be spreading per the Wuhan/DP template. https://twitter.com/ScottGottliebMD/...37116329910272
Just seems that things are getting even more serious when "martial law" or "wartime controls" and big bounty rewards are just getting started in the epicenter of Hubei.
Will there be similar wartime controls in other provinces as the numbers rise in other parts of China? What about this side of the border?
Arguably, if it was going to happen anyway, why didn't it happen sooner?
Or why not the same or similar controls across the country to prevent the "model of virus transmission" of hubei and the petri dish off of Japan?
Total lockdown for 14-days; rather than months and months of leakage.
Some color commentary links:
Interesting Twitter account with lots of interesting on-the-ground videos: