The map, available here, was developed by researchers at the Johns Hopkins University in the United States. It lists all confirmed cases around the world, as well as those suspected. It is updated in real time.
“We think it is important that the public understand the situation as it unfolds,” Lauren Gardner, who heads the team responsible for the card, told American television.
The United States and Australia are also affected, as are Germany, Spain and France, which, after having confirmed six proven cases, announced five others detected in Contamines-Montjoie, in Haute-Savoie.
As of February 10, the toll of the viral pneumonia epidemic was at least 910 dead and more than 40,000 people infected, especially in China.