A total of 29 people have died after last week's collapse of a quarantine hotel in southeastern China, according to Chinese state media.
A hotel being used as a coronavirus quarantine center collapsed Saturday night with 80 people inside the building when it came down. Nine people escaped, leaving 71 trapped under the rubble.
All 71 are now accounted for, after nearly five days of search and rescue operations, according to state media.
At the time of the collapse, 58 of the 80 people were under quarantine in the hotel and all had tested negative for the novel coronavirus.