The group of police officers crowd around the woman and then restrain her. Two officers put the woman’s hands behind her back and then pull her to the ground in order to detain her. So far, 1,400 people have been killed by the virus, mainly in China.
The coronavirus infections have surpassed the deadly 2003 outbreak of SARS.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has infected more than 60,000 people since appearing in China’s Hubei Province last December.
The deadly epidemic is being treated as a global emergency as the number of cases outside of China’s borders grows.
The UK has nine confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
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Earlier today men, apparently under orders from their community leader, bludgeoned a dog to death to combat coronavirus outbreak.
The attack took place in the district of Jinniu in the city of Chengdu in the Chinese province of Sichuan.
The footage has been widely shared on social media.
The black dog is beaten to death with sticks by the four men.
The World Health Organization has stated there is no evidence showing dogs can contract the deadly virus.
The owner has not received an apology or any compensation for the death of her dog.
On Thursday, February 13, at least 60,335 people were infected, the majority of whom were in China.