“On the outskirts of Wuhan, diggers and bulldozers have begun work to build a new 1,000-bed hospital, which is due to open within days.” No, that’s not a typo. Diggers to digs in days. (In America, it takes six weeks to get a permit to re-hang a shingle.) As at least thirty million people are under travel restrictions, The Guardian takes a look at life under lockdown in China: hospital queues and empty streets. Here’s the latest on the Coronavirus from CNN.