It has not posted any message since state television announced Liu's death on Tuesday morning.
On January 31, the Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar announced that all passengers on flights to the US who had been in Hubei province within the past 14 days would spend two weeks in quarantine.
In the meantime, Chinese state authorities have implemented new house-to-house checks in Wuhan in an attempt to further contain the outbreak, with possibly infected patients required to undergo full checkups and tests.
"Though it is unrealistic to reduce the transmission rate to zero it may have been reduced to a level where the epidemic is brought under control", Woolhouse said.
Despite the optimism expressed by Chinese officials and in state media, there are indications the authorities are not totally convinced of their success in reining in the virus.
According to CNN, around 780 million people, roughly half the population of China, remain under some form of restrictions, including approximately 50 million people who remain quarantined in dozens of cities around Wuhan.
Continuation of death due to coronavirus in China is increasing.
According to the Chinese media reports, the neurosurgery expert was a healthy person before the infection. "Every scenario is still on the table", Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said. It is too early to tell if this reported decline will continue. "Blanket measures may not help", World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters in Geneva. The study found that more than 3,000 health workers in China have been infected. The committee also added that the number of confirmed cases has gone up by 1,886 to 72,436.
The fatality rate was 2.3 per cent to 2.8 per cent for males versus 1.7 per cent for females.
The patient's risk of death increased with their age, and relatively few children contracted the disease. "More research is needed to understand why". Of these, 93 deaths were reported from Hubei, the worst-affected province in China. However, reports indicate that the virus could be infectious for up to as much as two weeks before people start to show symptoms.
Cases seem to have been declining since February 1, but that could change as people return to work and school after the Chinese holidays, the report warns.
That decision had angered some passengers when it was first announced Saturday by U.S. authorities.
"I understand the company's cash-flow is tight", Xia, 25, told Reuters. "They are holding us hostage for absolutely no reason".
"Newly quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship passengers are being kept separate from those individuals who are already at Travis and nearing the end of their quarantine", McDonald said, referring to the ship that's been sitting at a cruise ship terminal under a quarantine in Yokohama, Japan. "How does that make any sense at all?"
China has mobilised medical workers from across the country to help treat and care for patients, as the virus spread and overwhelmed local hospitals.
The outbreak is threatening to put a dent in the global economy, with China paralyzed by vast quarantine measures and major firms, such as iPhone maker Apple Inc and mining giant BHP Group, saying it could damage bottom lines.
Recall that Covid19 first began in Wuhan, China on December 31.