20 September 2020 - China Special Weapons News
- Yunnan in â€˜wartime modeâ€™ against illegal crossing after confirmed COVID-19 cases Global Times 20 Sep 2020 -- Southwest China's Yunnan Province announced it entered "wartime mode" on Saturday after two people, who illegally crossed into the border city of Ruili from Myanmar, were confirmed to have COVID-19.
- Chinese mainland reports no new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases People's Daily 20 Sep 2020 -- No new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases were reported Saturday across the Chinese mainland, the National Health Commission said Sunday.
- 13 COVID-19 patients discharged from hospitals on Chinese mainland People's Daily 20 Sep 2020 -- The National Health Commission said Sunday that 13 COVID-19 patients were discharged from hospitals after recovery on the Chinese mainland Saturday.
- China eases restrictions on theaters as COVID-19 wanes People's Daily 20 Sep 2020 -- China has eased restrictions on theaters and other performance venues, including raising the cap on audience numbers, as the COVID-19 epidemic has waned in the country.
- Former British diplomat and MI6 agent accused of being China â€˜spyâ€™ Press TV 20 Sep 2020 -- A former Secret intelligence Service (SIS â€“ better known as MI6) agent who posed as a businessman has been accused of passing highly damaging information to Chinese intelligence.
- PLA soldiers on border patrol given new high-tech outfits to withstand harsh winter Global Times 20 Sep 2020 -- A new article published by the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Daily revealed that Chinese soldiers on border patrol have been equipped with new clothes that feature advanced design, high technology and practical functions, which can help them better enforce their task of safeguarding border regions.
- â€˜No timetableâ€™ for Chinaâ€™s unreliable entities list: official Global Times 20 Sep 2020 -- China on Sunday sought to soothe concerns over its newly released provisions for the Unreliable Entity List that aims to sanction foreign entities harming Chinese interests, as an official offered reassurance that the mechanism will not affect China's opening-up policies and law-abiding firms, one day after procedural rules and penalties were revealed for entities put on the list.
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