The total number of deaths at the epicenter of the coronavirus in China's Hubei province rose to 1,367 after 254 new deaths were announced. Chinese officials announced 15,152 new cases in Hubei province, bringing the total number of cases in mainland China to 52,526. This figure now includes more than 13,000 cases of ``clinical diagnosis'' in Hubei, which appears to include those based on a doctors' analysis combined with lung imaging, as opposed to waiting for laboratory test results.
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