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Coronavirus: A visual guide to the outbreak On 30 December he sent a message to fellow doctors in a chat group warning them about the outbreak and advising they wear protective clothing to avoid infection. What Dr Li didn't know then was that the disease that had been discovered was an entirely new coronavirus. In the letter he was accused of "making false comments" that had "severely disturbed the social order".
At the end of January, Dr Li published a copy of the letter on Weibo and explained what had happened. In the meantime, local authorities had apologised to him but that apology came too late. For the first few weeks of January officials in Wuhan were insisting that only those who came into contact with infected animals could catch the virus.
No guidance was issued to protect doctors. But just a week after his visit from the police, Dr Li was treating a woman with glaucoma. He didn't know that she had been infected with the new coronavirus.
His parents also fell ill and were taken to hospital. It was 10 days later - on 20 January - that China declared the outbreak an emergency. Dr Li says he was tested several times for coronavirus, all of them came back negative. Not surprisingly the post received thousands of comments and words of support.