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BEIJING (Reuters) - People in Beijing are grumbling over high prices for pork and vegetables ahead of the Lunar New Year as lockdowns in a neighboring province to prevent the spread of COVID-19 has disrupted deliveries to the Chinese capital.
BEIJING (Xinhua): The Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing, which was previously hit by Covid-19, has suspended the storage and sale of frozen and aquatic products, the market said Wednesday (Nov 25).
BEIJING, Nov. 25 (Xinhua) -- The Xinfadi wholesale market in Beijing, which was previously hit by COVID-19, has suspended the storage and sale of frozen and aquatic products, the market said Wednesday.
HONG KONG, Sept 20 (SCMP): Beijing is under pressure to control both regional outbreaks and imported cases, says Wu Zunyou, chief epidemiologist at the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and PreventionCovid-19 pandemic likely to continue through the spring, respiratory disease expert Zhong Nanshan says
China and New Zealand had a Covid-19 scare this week – both from imported frozen food packaging contaminated with the novel coronavirus and possible imported freight.That has raised – again – the question: Can Covid 19 be spread through frozen food or freight packaging?
BEIJING, Aug. 15 (Xinhua): A fleet of trucks loaded with fresh fruits and vegetables heralded the reopening of Xinfadi, a large wholesale market of fruits, vegetables and meat, Saturday morning after its business was suspended due to a Covid-19 cluster related to the market about two months back.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Two cities in China have found traces of the new coronavirus in cargoes of imported frozen food, local authorities said on Thursday, although the World Health Organization downplayed the risk of the virus entering the food chain.
WELLINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - China reported several cases of frozen food packaging contaminated with the novel coronavirus this week, while New Zealand said it is investigating the possibility that its latest COVID-19 cases could be traced to imported freight.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters): A sample of frozen chicken wings imported into the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen from Brazil has tested positive for coronavirus, the city government said in a notice on Thursday (Aug 13).