A Chinese tourist has died in France after contracting the new coronavirus - the first fatality from the disease outside Asia.
The victim was an 80-year-old man from China's Hubei province, according to French Health Minister Agnès Buzyn.
He arrived in France on 16 January and was placed in quarantine in hospital in Paris on 25 January, she said.
Only three deaths had previously been reported outside mainland China - in Hong Kong, the Philippines and Japan.
However, 1523 people have died from the virus within China, mostly in Hubei where it first emerged. These include 143 deaths newly reported on Saturday by the country's national health commission.
A further 2641 people have been newly confirmed as infected, bringing China's total cases to 66,492.
But China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Saturday that the outbreak in Hubei was now being managed more effectively - "indicating that overall the epidemic is controllable".
Speaking at a security conference in Germany, Mr Wang said the number of people who had recovered reached more than 8000 on Friday.
At the same meeting, the head of the World Health Organization said all countries should be prepared for the arrival of the virus,
What has happened in France?
In late January, France became the first European country to confirm cases of the virus. It has had 11 confirmed cases of the disease, officially called Covid-19. Six people remain in hospital.
The deceased man had been in a critical condition in the Bichat hospital in northern Paris, the health minister said. He died of a lung infection due to the coronavirus.
The man's 50-year-old daughter is among the six in hospital with the virus, but she is recovering, Ms Buzyn said.
The other five are British nationals who caught the virus at a chalet in the ski resort of Contamines-Montjoie.
How are other countries affected?
Earlier, the US said it was sending a plane to Japan to evacuate Americans stuck on the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which is being held in quarantine in a Japanese port.
Some 400 US citizens are reported to be on the vessel, according to Japan's NHK broadcaster. Those with symptoms are expected to be treated in Japan.
Out of 3700 people on board, 218 have tested positive for the virus. Australia also said it was considering removing its citizens from the ship.
Outside mainland China, there have been more than 500 cases in 26 countries.
In another development, an 83-year-old American woman on a cruise ship which docked in Cambodia, has tested positive for the virus after arriving by air in Malaysia.
The MS Westerdam had been turned away by five destinations, including the US island of Guam, before Cambodia agreed it could land.
The woman and her husband were among 145 passengers from the ship who flew to Malaysia after it docked. Both showed symptoms, but he tested negative, the Malaysian health authorities say.
No cases were found on board the ship during regular health checks on the 1455 passengers and 802 crew.
Egypt's health ministry on Friday confirmed the first case of the coronavirus in Africa. The ministry described the person as a foreigner, but did not disclose their nationality.
In the UK, all but one of nine people being treated have been discharged from hospital.
Five new cases have been confirmed in Singapore, bringing the total there to 72. Eighteen have fully recovered and have left hospital.