With the new information made available over the past 24-hours, the item of most interest data-point is the ascendancy of Zhejiang in terms of case numbers, overtaking Shanghai for the first time.
What is also noteworthy is the lack of town/city detail of the victims of that province that has been provided to the public via official or semi-official means (i.e. Xinhua). Zhejiang has had 38-cases to date but I’ve only come across one primary sourced reference to a city (Huzhou) while neighbouring Jiangsu with 23 cases has provided eight city level locations.The answer, I suspect, lies in a tedious search through Google-translated reports from Zhejiang Chinese media. I went to Hangzhou Ribao, clicked through to page A2, and found such a report on the latest cases:
Patient Wang, female, 68 years old, farmers, Hangzhou, onset on April 12, Hangzhou, a hospital for treatment.
The Luomou patient, male, 76 years old, farmer, Jiaxing, onset on April 8, the morning of April 21, due to further deterioration, died.
Patient with a tube, female, 81 years old, unemployed, Huzhou, onset on April 12, now a hospital for treatment.
Patient with Kim, Male, 58 years old, unemployed, Hangzhou, onset on April 16, now a hospital for treatment.
Patient Shen, female, 79 years old, farmer, Hangzhou, onset on April 13, Hangzhou, a hospital for treatment.
Forgive the sloppy formatting. My point is that this one report gives the location of each of the recent cases, and a diligent search should turn up earlier cases. Maybe some of these people were shipped in to hospitals in Hangzhou from rural districts (or not—Chinese cities don't always distinguish between rural and urban). But we amateur epidemiologists should be content with gaining a sense of where these cases are being treated.