Chinese coronavirus doctors ‘are beaten and have their hazmat suits ripped open’ in quarantine units by a patient’s furious family ‘after the sufferer, 68, died of the lethal disease’

Thursday, January 30, 2020
By Paul Martin

Medics were attacked by a man after his father-in-law was killed by the virus
The suspect ripped the doctors’ hazmat suits and face masks off them, it is said
Police have arrested the culprit and put him in detention amid an investigation
Death toll of the life-threatening disease has soared to at least 170 in China
There are now more than 7,900 people confirmed to have been infected globally

By TRACY YOU
DAILYMAIL.COM
30 January 2020

Two Chinese doctors working day and night to save coronavirus sufferers have been savagely beaten in a hospital by a man after his father-in-law, 68, died of the deadly disease, it has been alleged.

The culprit was reported to hit the pair of medics and even ripped open their hazmat suits and face masks, which were critical in preventing them from catching the virus at work.

Police have arrested the suspect and launched an investigation.

The killer coronavirus rapidly sweeping the world has now infected every region of China, with the remote province of Tibet falling overnight.

Chinese officials have now confirmed 7,796 cases, while more than 100 have been recorded outside of nation – taking the toll to almost 8,000.

Deaths have also risen to 170, with 38 patients dying in one day – the biggest 24-hour jump since the outbreak began last month.

Beijing has sent more than 6,000 doctors from around the country to Wuhan and ordered at least five coronavirus hospitals to be built in a bid to stop the epidemic.

The assault took place yesterday afternoon at Wuhan’s No. 4 Hospital, according to Chinese news outlet Beijing Youth Daily.

A picture shared by multiple publications, including state-run China News, purports to show the injuries on one of the doctors’ neck.

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