Chinese, New Zealand medical experts share first-hand experience on Covid-19

  • China
  • Saturday, 18 Apr 2020

WELLINGTON: Medical experts from China and New Zealand have held a webinar for the first time to exchange experience and best practice on combating Covid-19 (coranavirus) outbreak.

During the session held on Saturday (April 18), Nigel Millar, chief medical officer of New Zealand's Southern District Health Board (DHB), said the timely sharing of China's clinical protocols on Covid-19 by the Chinese Consulate-General in Christchurch has helped local medical institutions contain the spread of the virus more effectively.

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