China has extended its Lunar New Year holiday by three days in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus

China has extended its Lunar New Year holiday by three days in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which has now claimed 81 lives.

Millions of people travel home to be with family during the celebrations and Beijing hopes to keep people inside and avoid more infections by extending the festivities to Sunday.

And reports say her husband Denis found his wife covered in blood moments later and called for an ambulance.

Police in Talitsa, Sverdlovsk, Russia, have since confirmed the baby was put in a washing machine.

Shifting poll results in recent months point to a party torn and still undecided over the best way to defeat President Trump in the November election.

Pete Buttigieg, 38, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, who has gained a national profile in the race while staking out a position as a moderate and potentially unifying candidate, was in third place in the poll with 22 per cent.

Politics intruded on that event, with Duda boycotting it in protest after Putin claimed that Poland played a role in triggering World War II. 

Duda had wanted a chance to speak before or after Putin to defend his nation’s record in face of those false accusations, but was not giving a speaking slot in Jerusalem.

His visit follows concern that hospitals in the city are severely overstretched, running out of beds, testing kits and basic equipment. In response to the crisis, officials are now building two designated hospitals to deal with an expected increase in cases.

On Sunday night, the mayor of Wuhan said he predicted another 1,000 new cases in the city, and revealed that 5 million residents had left Wuhan before it went into lockdown. This includes people who traveled for the lunar new year festival, as well as those who fled to escape the virus and impending shutdown.