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China's Count Did Not Include Coronavirus Patients With No Symptoms

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China's Count Did Not Include Coronavirus Patients With No Symptoms

China's Count Did Not Include Coronavirus Patients With No Symptoms

China's Count Did Not Include Coronavirus Patients With No Symptoms China confirmed that more than 1,500 infected people were excluded from its national tally.

A Chinese public health official said that China will start reporting asymptomatic carriers on Wednesday.

The official also said that asymptomatic carriers will be forced into a 14-day quarantine.

China currently has more than 80,000 confirmed cases of the virus, according to Johns Hopkins University.

As of Tuesday morning, the United States has more than 164,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Many Americans have been critical of China's reported numbers.

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Marco Rubio, via Twitter

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