New Delhi: A hand-written letter of an unidentified Chinese national has earned much praise on social media after the health ministry shared it from their official Twitter handle. “It was all a sudden that I’ve been sent here, and I was quite nervous because of the facility and language problems. However, everyone was very helpful in this special time for Chinese people. Everything is quite well managed include (sic) buying food/cleaning/nursing service. Even though it’s an isolation, but (sic) it does not really feel so,” the note says. Also Read - Are People in Singapore Using Condoms to Stay Off Coronavirus? See Viral Posts

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“So again thanks everyone, doctors and nurses and other staff. have a good luck (sic) in 2020,” the note says. The Chinese national is under observation in Naidu Hospital in Pune.

The death toll from China’s coronavirus rose to 1,483 on Friday while the number of new infections fell. The central province’s health commission reported 116 more deaths and 4,823 new cases, the majority involving “clinically diagnosed” patients. Health officials in Hubei said they started to count clinically diagnosed cases to ensure that patients get treated as early as possible instead of having to wait for laboratory tests to confirm they have the COVID-19 disease.