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BEIJING: President Xi Jinping set out eight requirements at a key meeting held on Sunday (Feb 23), including taking more targeted tax-cut measures and stabilising employment, to resume the nation's economic activities in an orderly way.
BEIJING: Nearly 23,000 patients infected with the Covid-19 (coronavirus) have so far recovered and been discharged from hospitals in China as the country makes progress in its fight against the epidemic.
BEIJING: As the Covid-19 outbreak shows signs of slowing in China, some provinces and regions have been resuming their tourism businesses.
(Reuters) - The women's Xi'an Open tennis tournament scheduled for next month in China has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak, the WTA Tour said in a statement https://www.wtatennis.com/news/1616580/xi-an-open-canceled-due-to-coronavirus-outbreak.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The Singapore Red Cross is sending S$2.26 million worth of aid to China over the next five months, the charity said on Wednesday (Feb 19) as it disclosed that it has raised more than $6 million in donations to help with efforts to contain the coronavirus outbreak in China.
BEIJING/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Foreign pilots at some Chinese airlines have returned to their home countries and are considering other jobs after being placed on unpaid leave as demand falls because of the coronavirus, affected flight crew told Reuters.
TIANJIN: China’s Nankai University has announced a breakthrough in developing a Covid-19 (novel coronavirus) rapid test kit that can identify infection among suspected patients within 15 minutes.
TIANJIN (Xinhua): China's Nankai University has announced a breakthrough in developing a coronavirus rapid test kit that can identify infection among suspected patients within 15 minutes.
BEIJING: China cracked down on the sale of exotic species after an outbreak of a new virus in 2002 was linked to markets selling live animals. The germ turned out to be a coronavirus that caused SARS. The ban was later lifted, and the animals reappeared. Now another coronavirus is spreading through China, so far killing 1,380 people and sickening more than 64,000 - eight times the number sickened by SARS.
BEIJING (AFP): Six health workers have died from the new coronavirus in China and more than 1,700 have been infected, health officials said Friday, underscoring the risks doctors and nurses have taken due to shortages of protective gear.