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No need to stockpile' as supplies assured
29th January 2020

 Shanghai will ensure ample supplies of fresh food and there is no need to stockpile, Shanghai Commission of Commerce said on Tuesday.

Shanghai is able to offer ample fresh food, including vegetables and pork, to satisfy demand at the moment, it said.
However, due to more people choosing to cook at home and some restaurants closed for the holiday, which used to be a low season for fresh food, demand is surging and the commission is ordering wholesale markets to increase supplies.
“Starting from Monday, we have observed a noticeable day-on-day rise in purchases of pork and vegetables in Shanghai’s three major wholesale markets, but there are still reserves after trading,” the commission said in a statement.
“To ensure supply, we have contacted suppliers in provinces including Guangdong, Fujian, Hainan and Yunnan to expand supply,” the commission said.
It is expected supplies of vegetable will be kept at over 5,000 tons a day in two days’ time and the supply of other foods will also be guaranteed.
There is no need to stockpile fresh food, the commission stressed, and fresh food needs to be eaten “fresh.”
Source: Shanghai Daily, January 29, 2020
Chinese researchers select 30 drug candidates to fight novel coronavirus
28th January 2020

 Chinese researchers have selected 30 existing drugs, biologically active natural products and traditional Chinese medicines which may have therapeutic effects on the novel coronavirus for further tests, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

A joint research team of scientists from the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica under the CAS and ShanghaiTech University is searching for drugs to combat the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which has claimed 106 lives and infected 4,515 people nationwide in China as of the end of Monday.
Researchers from ShanghaiTech University, led by Rao Zihe and Yang Haitao, revealed Sunday the high-resolution crystal structure of the viral main proteinase (Mpro) of the novel coronavirus.
The Mpro, which controls the activities of the coronavirus replication complex, is an attractive target for therapy.
Based on the 2019-nCoV Mpro study, the joint team screened the marketed drugs as well as databases for high potency compounds and for compounds from medicinal plants, and selected 30 candidates through a combination of virtual screenings and enzymology tests.
The candidates include 12 anti-HIV drugs like Indinavir, Saquinavir, Lopinavir, Carfilzomib and ritonavir, two anti-respiratory syncytial virus drugs, an anti-schizophrenia drug, as well as an immunosuppressant.
Some traditional Chinese medicines that may contain effective components against 2019-nCoV, such as Polygonum cuspidatum, are also on the list.
The researchers suggested these drug candidates be considered for the clinical treatment of pneumonia patients infected with 2019-nCoV.
The team will carry out further tests on these candidates to provide guidance for clinical studies and treatments of the novel coronavirus, said the CAS.
Source: Shanghai Daily, January 28, 2020
Chinese players, fans mourn basketball legend Kobe Bryant
27th January 2020

 hinese social media was packed with posts of shock and grief as players and fans mourned the death of former NBA player Kobe Bryant.

The Los Angeles and basketball legend, 41, was killed in a helicopter crash in California on Sunday. Also on board was his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.
The late five-time NBA champion had a huge fan base in China as many Chinese players and fans expressed disbelief and shared their memories of Kobe on social media. "Kobe died" once became the top tag with more than 1.7 billion reads and 1.4 million engagements on China's Twitter-like Weibo.
"We both suffered a fractured finger. I rested for a month and a half, and you did not rest for a single day. Since then I learned from you what persistence meant," said Yi Jianlian, the all-time leading scorer of the Chinese Basketball Association who used to play in the NBA.
"I received unexpected encouragement from you when I encountered difficulties in my career. Thank you, thanks for everything. Mamba Mentality will always be there. R.I.P.," said Chinese international Zhai Xiaochuan.
"I watched you challenge Michael Jordan at the 1998 All-Star and fell in love with you. You were the reason that I became fond of basketball!" Xinjiang Flying Tiger player Zeng Lingxu posted. "For 20 years, you had always been my inspiration... I hope your dear basketball will keep you accompany in the paradise. R.I.P. my idol for life."
Kobe's Oscar-winning animation "Dear Basketball" and his Chinese New Year greeting just two days ago, as well as the video footage of his last match, where he scored 60 before bidding farewell, were also widely reposted on social media.
"Although I am not a fan of Kobe, I have always respected and will forever respect him as a great basketball player and a great man. I will also remember the no. 24 with his iconic fade-away shot," said a Weibo user called "Yoho hush".
The mentality of the "Black Mamba" and his line of "Have ever seen Los Angeles at 4 am?" was quoted by many as their inspiration in adversity.
"Mamba mentality supported me every night during the training session. When I felt exhausted in running, I shouted your name and felt my body invigorated. I tried to practice basketball at 4 am as you did when I was a child. Every time I encounter difficulties, Mamba mentality pushed me forward and encouraged me to carry on," a user called "Lillarge" commented on the basketball website Hupu.
"My students were down after not performing well in their final exams last semester and I told them the story of Kobe started training at 4 am. Your Mamba Mentality will forever inspire the young generation," said a Weibo user called "Nancy".
Source: Shanghai Daily, January 27, 2020
China reports 830 confirmed cases of new coronavirus pneumonia
24th January 2020

 Chinese health authorities announced on Friday that 830 confirmed cases of pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) had been reported in 29 provincial-level regions in the country by the end of Thursday.

Among them, 34 had been cured and discharged from hospitals, according to the National Health Commission.
A total of 1,072 suspected cases have been reported in 20 provincial-level regions, according to the commission.
The pneumonia situation had resulted in 25 deaths, including 24 in central China's Hubei Province and one in north China's Hebei Province, according to the commission.
As of Thursday midnight, five confirmed cases had been reported in Hong Kong and Macau special administrative regions and Taiwan, with two in Hong Kong, two in Macao and one in Taiwan.
Overseas, three cases had been confirmed in Thailand, with two of them already cured. One case was cured in Japan. The Republic of Korea, the United States and Singapore had confirmed one case each, with Vietnam confirming two.
A total of 9,507 close contacts have been traced, the commission said, adding that among them, 8,420 are under medical observation while 1,087 others have been discharged. 
Source: Shanghai Daily, January 24, 2020

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