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04 March 2020 - China Special Weapons News

  • Tensions Rise in Wuhan As Lockdown Enters Second Month Radio Free Asia 04 Mar 2020 -- Tensions are running high in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, which has been under total lockdown since the coronavirus epidemic emerged there more than a month ago, with local residents complaining of food shortages and rising prices.
  • Novel coronavirus in urine and feces may spread via aerosols Global Times 04 Mar 2020 -- Novel coronavirus in the urine and feces of infected patients could jeopardize the ambient environment and transmit to others through aerosols, Chinese National Health Commission alerted the public in its updated seventh version of treatment plan for the novel coronavirus released on Wednesday.
  • China's Hubei to close temporary hospitals as situation improves Global Times 04 Mar 2020 -- Central China's Hubei Province, the center of the outbreak of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), is expected to gradually shut down temporary hospitals and cut the number of hospitals designated for the disease, local authorities said Tuesday.
  • Chinese scientists find two mutations from COVID-19 virus Global Times 04 Mar 2020 -- Chinese scientists found that the coronavirus causing COVID-19 has two mutations, S-cov and a more dangerous L-cov, that features higher transmissibility and inflicts more harm to the human respiratory system.
  • Amid COVID-19 war, Xi advocates int'l cooperation in scientific research People's Daily 04 Mar 2020 -- As China is fighting a tough war against the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, Chinese President Xi Jinping has underscored international cooperation in scientific research guided by the vision of a community with a shared future for humanity.
  • Over 6,700 inbound passengers show possible virus symptoms People's Daily 04 Mar 2020 -- China customs have found 6,728 inbound passengers who showed symptoms of possible novel coronavirus infections by the end of Tuesday, with 75 later confirmed as having infections, General Administration of Customs said on Wednesday.
  • Over 6,700 inbound passengers show possible virus symptoms People's Daily 04 Mar 2020 -- China customs have found 6,728 inbound passengers who showed symptoms of possible novel coronavirus infections by the end of Tuesday, with 75 later confirmed as having infections, General Administration of Customs said on Wednesday.
  • Cure rates of COVID-19 patients in China climb for 19th consecutive day People's Daily 04 Mar 2020 -- The proportion of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 in the virus-hit city of Wuhan, other places in Hubei Province, and other provincial-level regions in China outside Hubei, has increased for 19 consecutive days as of Tuesday, Mi Feng, a spokesperson for the National Health Commission (NHC), said Wednesday.
  • Seventy-five inbound travelers test positive for COVID-19 People's Daily 04 Mar 2020 -- China's customs had detected 6,728 inbound travelers with illness symptoms as of Tuesday, the General Administration of Customs said Wednesday.
  • China's newly commissioned destroyer, frigate achieve battle readiness Global Times 04 Mar 2020 -- Two recently commissioned warships of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy are now ready to do batte after passing an all-subject training examination, the Navy announced on Wednesday, as experts said the service has done well in its sailor training program while receiving more and more warships.
  • Hong Kong Police Chief Says RTHK Show Could Make Public 'Lose Confidence in Police' Radio Free Asia 04 Mar 2020 -- Hong Kong's police chief has written to the city's public service broadcaster RTHK to complain about a satirical TV show, which it says will ruin the image of the city's police force.
  • Any actions to mess up Hong Kong are doomed to fail: Commissioner's Office of Chinese foreign ministry Global Times 04 Mar 2020 -- The Office of Commissioner of the Chinese Foreign Ministry in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) on Tuesday urged some U.S. politicians to stop meddling with Hong Kong affairs, stressing that any actions attempting to mess up Hong Kong are doomed to fail.



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