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Wuhan's Huoshenshan Hospital a symbol of Chinese spirit

China would like to share all its experience in designing Wuhan's hospitals to countries in need, said a technical expert that worked on the Huoshenshan Hospital, the emergency field hospital for treating COVID-19 patients that had been constructed within only 10 days in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/26 16:28:40

Epidemic prompts Beijing to ban hunting and consumption of wild animals

The city of Beijing is accelerating procedures to pass a set of regulations that prohibits hunting and consumption of all wild animals, which are believed to be the source of the outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19). It is also planning to establish wildlife disease monitor stations in areas populated with wild animals.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/26 14:39:59

China's experiences, a guiding light for other countries in COVID-19 fight: officials

As the novel coronavirus rages globally, strategies adopted by China in the COVID-19 prevention and control can be used as a reference point for other countries to combat the pandemic as the measures have stood the test, said Chinese officials during a State Council press conference on Thursday in Beijing.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/26 12:42:10

Overseas Chinese students 40% of China's imported COVID19 cases

Ninety percent of imported COVID-19 cases hold Chinese passports, 40 percent of them are overseas students, Luo Zhaohui, vice foreign minister of China, said at a press conference on Thursday in Beijing.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/26 12:02:31

China has provided emergency support to 83 countries and regions, including test kits and masks

China has announced to provide emergent support to 83 countries and regions to aid the fight against COVID-19 pandemic. China has offered emergency medical assistance to 28 countries in Asia, 16 in Europe, 26 in Africa, 9 in America and 10 in South Pacific regions: official
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/26 10:39:36

Chinese vice premier stresses employment via online platforms

Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua called for all-out efforts to make full use of online platforms to boost employment as the novel coronavirus outbreak has dampened the country's job market.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/3/26 7:21:16

Music, poetry and paintings, Italians and Chinese inspire each other amid traumatic pandemic

While Italy is at its darkest moment in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, many warm-hearted stories often occur, cheering up people here who have been singing on balconies and painting rainbows to look for hope.
Source: | 2020/3/26 5:03:30

Restrictions lifted; normalcy yearned

There is no other time like this to make people yearn for normal life, as the first bullet train carrying Hubei passengers to Beijing since travel restrictions were eased, arrived at Beijing West Railway Station at 5:50pm on Wednesday.
Source: | 2020/3/26 3:11:49

Diverting capital's flights 'key to deter second outbreak'

Diverting international flights bound for Beijing to 12 other airports to guard the capital city against imported COVID-19 cases is a reasonable move and key part of the national virus prevention strategy, which is essential to avoid a second outbreak, experts say.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/25 23:53:40

Warm homecoming, epidemic free

For the first time in more than two months, the city of Beijing on Wednesday received a group of more than 800 people who had been stranded in Hubei Province due to the novel coronavirus lockdown of the province.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/25 23:48:40

Beijing raises number of 'high-risk' countries and regions to 25

Beijing raised the number of countries and regions considered to be at high risk of imported COVID-19 infection to 25, including the US and Italy and newly listed Australia, Singapore, Japan and China's Hong Kong, as China's capital now takes preventing and controlling the imported cases as a priority.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/25 23:40:46

Textile companies in China see decline in international orders as COVID19 rages globally

“It will be a tough year for the textile industry,” Hu Qinhua, owner of Shaoxing Hongyutong textile company told the Global Times Wednesday. As the COVID-19 pandemic rages overseas, some textile companies in China are suffering a continuing economic loss on foreign trades following the impact of the domestic outbreak.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/25 22:10:28

China sends third group of medical experts to Italy

A team of 14 medical experts from east China's Fujian Province departed on a chartered flight to Italy on Wednesday morning to aid the European country's fight against the COVID-19 outbreak.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/3/25 17:12:19

Wuhan to resume commercial passenger flights from April 8 excluding international flights and flights to and from Beijing

Wuhan airport will resume flight services starting from April 8, but flights to overseas destinations and Beijing will continue to remain suspended: local authority
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/25 17:06:58

India may have higher number of unreported COVID-19 infections

India, the world's second most populous country, may have a large number of unreported COVID-19 infections, as more than 1.3 billion people undergo three weeks of unprecedented lockdown from today, Chinese analysts said on Wednesday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/25 15:41:45

Railway services begin to resume in Hubei

Trains will start arriving and departing in Hubei starting on Wednesday except in the 17 stations in the provincial capital Wuhan, according to China Railway Wuhan Group Co., Ltd.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/3/25 13:59:45

Chinese worker's death from hantavirus sparks concerns over new outbreak amid COVID-19 pandemic

Unlike COVID-19, hantavirus is not mainly transmitted through the respiratory system, but a patient's excreta and blood can be contagious, virologists said, after a Chinese worker died of the hantavirus on Monday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/25 12:14:59

Travel ban in Hubei, Wuhan eased to restore normal life

After two months of complete isolation of Central China's Hubei Province, especially its capital Wuhan, authorities announced on Tuesday to lift outbound travel restrictions on cities excluding Wuhan beginning Wednesday and to end the lockdown of one of the most virus-stricken cities on April 8, signaling that the domestic battle against the deadly coronavirus will score victory.
Source: Global Times | 2020/3/25 1:28:40