Medical staff work at Wuhan Jinyintan hospital, which specialises in the treatment of coronavirus. Source: AAP About 400 people have registered with DFAT for evacuation from a region in China under lockdown as the death toll from the outbreak soared. The death toll from a coronavirus outbreak in China has soared to 106 while nearly 1,300 new cases have been confirmed, authorities said Tuesday. The health commission in central Hubei province, the epicentre of the epidemic, said 24 more people had died from the virus and 1,291 more people were infected, raising the total number of confirmed cases to more than 4,000 nationwide. It comes as about 400 people have registered for help to get out of a Chinese province under lockdown because of the deadly coronavirus. Foreign Minister Marise Payne and officials have made "significant progress" in finding a way for Australians stuck in China to get home, […]