COVID-19 pandemic in Heilongjiang

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COVID-19 pandemic in Heilongjiang
Disease COVID-19
Virus strain SARS-CoV-2
Location Heilongjiang
Index case 21 January 2020 (1 year, 4 months, 3 weeks and 6 days ago)
Confirmed cases936 [1]
Active cases369
Recovered556 [1]
Deaths
13 [1]

This article documents the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic in the province of Heilongjiang, China. The first confirmed COVID-19 case in the province occurred in Mudanjiang on 21 January 2020, [2] [3] and though confirmed COVID-19 cases had begun to plateau by early March, by late March, international arrivals, largely from the neighboring Russian Far East, had added hundreds of cases to the province's total, leading to measures such as closed community management (封闭管理) in Suifenhe on 8 April. [4]

Statistics

COVID-19 pandemic medical cases in Heilongjiang by prefecture-level division
Prefecture-level division Cases [lower-alpha 1] DeathsRecov.Ref.
13 / 1393913587
Imported3860116 [1]
Harbin 2644260 [1]
Shuangyashan 52349 [1]
Suihua 47443 [1]
Jixi 46046 [1]
Qiqihar 43142 [1]
Daqing 27125 [1]
Mudanjiang 20015 [1]
Qitaihe 17017 [1]
Jiamusi 15015 [1]
Heihe 14014 [1]
Hegang 505 [1]
Daxing'anling 303 [1]
Yichun 101 [1]
Updated 30 April 2020
  1. Only including confirmed symptomatic cases. Actual case numbers may be higher.

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