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To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China

By Raymond Zhong and Paul Mozur

Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact with outsiders.

To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China

By Raymond Zhong and Paul Mozur

Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact with outsiders.

U.S. Says It Will Evacuate Americans From Cruise Ship

Passengers and crew members quarantined off Japan were told by the American Embassy that a chartered flight would arrive on Sunday to take them back to the United States.

Coronavirus Live Updates: Xi Began Fighting Virus Earlier Than Known

Chinese state media released evidence that the country’s leader, Xi Jinping, issued internal orders about the coronavirus epidemic in early January, about two weeks before his first public remarks.

U.S. Says It Will Evacuate Americans From Cruise Ship

Passengers and crew members quarantined off Japan were told by the American Embassy that a chartered flight would arrive on Sunday to take them back to the United States.

Coronavirus Live Updates: France Reports First Death Outside Asia

The French health minister said the man was an 80-year-old tourist from Hubei who had been hospitalized since Jan. 25.

Coronavirus Live Updates: France Reports First Death Outside Asia

The French health minister said the man was an 80-year-old tourist from Hubei who had been hospitalized since Jan. 25.

New Cases Are Reported as Beijing Sets New Rules

The mandate came as the Chinese government disclosed that hundreds of medical workers who had been helping combat the coronavirus outbreak had become infected and at least six had died.

China Expands Chaotic Dragnet in Coronavirus Crackdown

By Amy Qin

The “wartime” campaign to round up all who might be sick was extended to cities beyond the epicenter, even as it was marred by confusion that has isolated vulnerable patients and left some to die.

New Cases Are Reported as Beijing Sets New Rules

The mandate came as the Chinese government disclosed that hundreds of medical workers who had been helping combat the coronavirus outbreak had become infected and at least six had died.

Coronavirus Live Updates: Beijing Sets Stringent New Quarantine Rules

The mandate came as the Chinese government disclosed that hundreds of medical workers who had been helping combat the coronavirus outbreak had become infected and at least six had died.

A Timeline of the Coronavirus

By Derrick Bryson Taylor

The outbreak of the virus, which began in Wuhan, China, has left tens of thousands sickened and more than 1,000 people dead. Officials have declared it a global health emergency.

Some Wuhan Evacuees Ask Why They Aren’t Being Tested for the Coronavirus

By Miriam Jordan and Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

There is no reason to test healthy people for the virus, the C.D.C. says, but some evacuees are asking to be tested.

China Expands Chaotic Dragnet in Coronavirus Crackdown

By Amy Qin

The “wartime” campaign to round up all who might be sick was extended to cities beyond the epicenter, even as it was marred by confusion that has isolated vulnerable patients and left some to die.

China Expands Chaotic Dragnet in Coronavirus Crackdown

By Amy Qin

The “wartime” campaign to round up all who might be sick was extended to cities beyond the epicenter, even as it was marred by confusion that has isolated vulnerable patients and left some to die.

As Passenger Angst Grows, Japan to Let Some Off Ship, but Fewer Than Hoped

By Motoko Rich

A bungled quarantine announcement showed how Japan has struggled to deal with a spreading coronavirus challenge, including with the country’s first death.

An American in a Locked Down Chinese Town: β€˜Everyone Here Is So Bored’

By Alexandra Stevenson

Policed by his neighbors and inundated with misinformation, Bob Huang watches a small community grow increasingly isolated.

China Is Tracking Travelers From Hubei

The number of cases surged again in Hubei Province, the epicenter of the epidemic. The authorities are taking a high-tech approach to figuring out who has visited there.

An American in a Locked Down Chinese Town: β€˜Everyone Here Is So Bored’

By Alexandra Stevenson

Policed by his neighbors and inundated with misinformation, Bob Huang watches a small community grow increasingly isolated.

An American in a Locked Down Chinese Town: β€˜Everyone Here Is So Bored.’

By Alexandra Stevenson

Policed by his neighbors and inundated with misinformation, Bob Huang watches a small community grow increasingly isolated.

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