Chinese authorities reported that no new local cases of COVID-19 were recorded as cases originating from international travelers hit a peak.
There are currently no specific treatments for the virus, which has killed almost 2,000 people.
Over 1,000 people are known to have been killed by 2019-nCoV.
Royal Caribbean announced that anyone holding a passport from China, Hong Kong or Macau would be unable to board any of its ships throughout February.
The World Health Organization has declared 2019-nCoV, which has killed over 200 people, a public health emergency of international concern.
All major Chinese New Year celebrations and large-scale activities in Beijing as well as two Chinese New Year events in Hong Kong have been canceled.
We're still playing will-she-or-won't-she when it comes to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sending those articles of impeachment to the Senate.
The study was based on surveys with more than 18,000 adult Hong Kong residents.
"We must leave no room for collusion and interaction between Hong Kong's radical opposition and the U.S. government," an editorial in The Global Times argued.
The bill will allow the U.S. to sanction Hong Kong and Chinese officials accused of human rights abuses and undermining the autonomy of the territory.
President Donald Trump signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act into law Wednesday, after earlier failing to commit to the bill over apparent concerns about trade implications with China.
Pro-democracy candidates swept the board in local council elections this weekend, winning almost 90 percent of seats.
Pro-democracy candidates swept the local elections to take 17 of 18 district councils and almost 90 percent of all seats.
A young boy who spray-painted on a police station and metro station during the Hong Kong protests has been arrested and is the youngest person convicted in the protests so far.
If the Hong Kong government was really confident in the path and actions it has recently taken, there would be no hesitation whatsoever in holding a free and fair election this weekend.
The new legislation—which would allow the U.S. to sanction Chinese officials who abuse human rights in Hong Kong—has been passed by the House and the Senate and now awaits the president's signature.
Hong Kong's top health official has claimed that tear gas used by police on protesters poses no public health risk, days after police were reported to use the gas at a university campus. Some have expressed fears that the chemical weapon used in the city could contain the toxic pollutant dioxin.
If you thought last week was packed full of action in the world of politics, just you wait.
Police pushed onto the Polytechnic University campus early on Monday in an effort to end the standoff with anti-government students who have occupied the site.
"This was not an easy decision," Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud said in an email obtained by Newsweek. "While we do not believe our students are in imminent danger, safety and security conditions are deteriorating in Hong Kong."
Photos and videos of the Hong Kong protests show that universities have become major battlegrounds for students and police.
Five months of protests is taking its toll among young people heading to the front lines, who risk serious injury, arrest or even death.
Online shopping company Alibaba is preparing to sell shares of stock in Hong Kong in a move investors hope will calm a market shaken by protests.
Violent clashes on Monday left two people in critical condition—one shot by police and one set on fire by anti-government protesters.
Activists are demanding an investigation into the death of Chow Tsz-lok, 22, who fell from a car park last weekend under mysterious circumstances.
Junis Ho was attacked on Wednesday morning while campaigning for local elections to be held at the end of this month.
The attacker was reportedly a mandarin-speaking, pro-Beijing reporter who attacked protesters after arguing with them.
On Tuesday, the Senate unanimously agreed to a new bill fortifying U.S. support for Taiwan, which Beijing considers a future part of a unified China.