China’s health system anti-corruption drive nets another senior official in Guizhou


A senior health official in the southern Chinese province of Guizhou has been placed under investigation as China continued a crackdown on medical sector corruption.

Yang Hui, 51, the party chief of the Guizhou provincial health commission, is being probed for “serious violations of discipline and laws”, according to the provincial commission for discipline inspection and supervision, the local anti-corruption watchdog.

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