The number of deaths in China has now passed the total Chinese toll from the 2002-03 outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), another coronavirus that emerged from China and killed nearly 800 people around the world.
Construction of the first of two new medical facilities in the city of Wuhan that were commissioned to provide 2,600 extra beds for patients affected by the outbreak has been completed, according to state media CCTV.
He was the companion of a 38-year-old Chinese woman who arrived in the Philippines from Wuhan on January 21 after traveling through Hong Kong.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has approved the entry ban for all non-Chinese nationals.
Germany confirmed its 10th case on Sunday, and there were also new cases reported South Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, Macao and Hong Kong. A second woman in Santa Clara County, Calif., was reported with the illness - though the cases are not related - and a married male and female in San Benito County. A second hospital will open soon.
American citizens who have traveled within the past two weeks to China's Hubei Province will be subject to a mandatory quarantine of 14 days, the incubation period of the virus, the new regulation said.
China is in "urgent" need of medical masks and equipment for medical personnel.
Huanggang - a city of 7.5 million in Hubei province - is only allowing one representative from each household to leave their home every other day to go out for grocery shopping in order to minimize the flow of people in the city.
CDC officials have not been invited into China, but are in neighbouring Kazakhstan to help guard against the spread of the virus, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday during a visit there.
Leading Chinese epidemiologist Zhong Nanshan said additional hospital space was crucial to stopping the spread of new infections. Meanwhile, the domestic economy continues to slow, weighed down by slowing demand and the trade war with Washington.
China is facing increasing global isolation due to restrictions on flights to and from the country and bans on travellers from China.
Global concern has dragged down stocks and major corporate names have frozen or scaled back their Chinese operations, threatening the global supply chain as so numerous world's products are manufactured in China. Indonesia and Oman also stopped the flights, just like Saudi Arabia's national flagship, Saudia.
A number of countries have evacuated their citizens from Wuhan.
"All passengers including those arriving from China are being screened, and those suspected being infected are isolated by the Ministry of Health personnel", said Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami. A French-chartered plane made its way toward France on Sunday with 300 evacuees from a multitude of European and African countries. And Morocco flew 167 people home, mostly students. Hundreds of residents protested against the move.
So far, Europe has 25 people infected with the virus.
Chinese scientists said they have more evidence the virus, which was first detected in Wuhan in December, likely originated in bats.
In Hong Kong, there were 15 reported cases, with 10 in Taiwan and eight in Macau, according to statistics through Monday morning in China.
These two cases are a husband and wife.
Vietnam counted the seventh case, a Vietnamese-American man who had a two-hour stopover in Wuhan en route from the United States to Ho Chi Minh City. Many other stores and cafes in the capital and other cities chose to close.