Hubei's medical supply situation improving, but shortages remain - official


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  • Saturday, 22 Feb 2020

BEIJING (Reuters) - The medical supply situation in China's Hubei, which has been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, has improved, but items such as protective suits remain scarce, a provincial official said at a briefing on Saturday.

Cao Guangjing, the vice governor of Hubei, said that despite the improvements, levels of supplies such as the suits were lower than they should be.

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