For the first time in two months, Central China's Hubei reported zero new death from COVID-19
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A tweet in Chinese which reads, "clothing for Asians to protect themselves," and includes photos of shirts with slogans such as "I am not Chinese," has sparked widespread debate among netizens who feel the T-shirts could inspire more racism amid the COVID-19 pandemic and encourage secessionist behavior.
Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei Province that has hit the "pause" button for 76 days since the novel coronavirus outbreak began, will resume outbound transport in less than 24 hours.
South China's Guangdong Province has raised the COVID-19 risk alert levels from low to medium in four areas after the detection of new imported cases increased and work resumption intensified the flow of people.
The coronavirus epidemic has eased significantly in China and many public attractions are gradually re-opening to visitors, but the tourism industry now faces dual challenges - surging demand on the one hand and prevention and control of the waning outbreak on the other.
Italy reported 525 deaths from COVID-19 on Sunday, marking a lowest record in past weeks, as the European country's lockdown measures adopted in early March appeared to have lowered infections, while experts said with global efforts, the disease may subside at the end of April.
Travelers who fail to reveal real personal health conditions will be deemed as untrustworthy and blacklisted from accessing financial markets along with traveling by air or train amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a Chinese official said Monday.
Zhang Jingjing, a medic from East China's Shandong Province who went to aid COVID-19 treatment in Wuhan, Hubei Province, for two months, passed away Monday night from cardiac failure.
The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic is a major public health emergency that has spread the fastest, caused the most extensive infections and been the hardest to contain since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949.
The use of “Wuhan virus” by Taiwan game players to refer to the novel coronavirus has led to the Chinese mainland-based game developer terminating cooperation with the island's regional agent, and such behavior has been criticized by observers as purely discriminatory rather than so-called freedom of speech.
The Chinese central government has been completely transparent in dealing with the COVID-19 epidemic, top Chinese respiratory disease expert Zhong Nanshan said in an interview published on Sunday.
China has put in place a complete set of procedures to manage international arrivals amid an increasing risk of imported COVID-19 cases from neighboring countries, officials said at a press conference on Monday.
The discovery that a tiger in a New York zoo has tested positive and showed COVID-19 symptoms has raised concerns over the risks of such animals becoming sources of human infections, and a Chinese virologist noted that while people should pay attention to pets of patients, there is no need to panic about animals in general.
In a global race to save lives and control the coronavirus pandemic, some politicians and media outlets in the West seem to be headstrongly engaged in a China-bashing competition, peddling one wicked theory after another since the outbreak.
The Chinese Embassy in the US has launched an online survey to determine how many juvenile Chinese students in the US are seeking to return to China as the embassy would arrange chartered flights to bring them back.
On the ground of a hotel parking lot, Ji Enyou spread out his drawings for the viewer on one of the hotel balconies. On the balcony, a woman waved, smiling in tears.
A total of 114 patients of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) were discharged from hospitals Sunday on the Chinese mainland, according to the National Health Commission.