Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.A northeast Chinese province bordering Russia has been targeted by health officials after infected overseas travelers there have reportedly driven up the number of coronavirus cases, Reuters reported Sunday.Chinese officials are worried and fear a rise in imported cases in Heilongjiang province, which they say could spark a second wave of COVID-19, the report said.Latest figures show a total of 108 new coronavirus cases were reported in mainland China Sunday, up from 99 a day prior and signifying the largest number of cases since 143 infections were reported on March 5.‘HUGE INFLUX’ OF CORONAVIRUS PATIENTS PUTTING STRAIN ON MOSCOW HOSPITALS, KREMLIN SAYSOfficials at the National Health Commission said 98 of the new cases were imported – a new record. Forty-nine Chinese nationals entered Heilongjiang province from Russia and tested positive.“Our little town here, we thought it was the safest place. Some Chinese citizens they want to come back, but it’s not very sensible. What are you doing coming here for?” — Zhu, Suifenhe resident“Our little town here, we thought it was the safest place,” said a resident of the border city of Suifenhe, who only gave his surname as Zhu.CHINA WAS ‘NOT TRUTHFUL’ ABOUT INITIAL


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