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Wuhan says expanded nucleic acid tests to be free of charge
18th May 2020

 Wuhan will not charge individual testees as the central Chinese city moves to expand its nucleic acid tests to cover all residents who have not been tested for the novel coronavirus.

The city's health commission said in a statement that the costs of the tests will be borne by the district and municipal governments, and no personal payment is required.
Wuhan last week announced its plan to expand nucleic acid tests in order to better know the number of asymptomatic cases, or people who show no clear symptoms despite carrying the virus.
The decision was made as the city, hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, continued to report daily increases of asymptomatic infections, raising public concerns as Wuhan reopens its factories, businesses and schools.
The testing will give priority to residential compounds that had previously reported infections, as well as old and densely populated buildings. Children under six are not advised to take the tests.
To minimize cross-infection risks, the commission said they will set up open-air testing sites in residential compounds and remind residents to maintain distance when lining up for the tests.
Door-to-door sampling can be arranged for those who have trouble visiting the testing sites, it said.
Wuhan earlier this month reported six new confirmed cases of COVID-19, ending the zero-increase record it had held since April 4. All of the new infections were previously asymptomatic cases from one old residential compound.
Source: Shanghai Daily, May 18, 2020
China's industrial output posts first expansion after virus outbreak
15th May 2020

 China's value-added industrial output, an important economic indicator, returned to growth in April as factory activities gradually recovered on easing containment measures against the novel coronavirus, official data showed on Friday.

The value-added industrial output went up 3.9 percent year on year last month, rebounding from the 1.1-percent drop in March and 13.5-percent slump seen in the first two months of the year, according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics.
The expansion marked the first increase after the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Output by the manufacturing industry reported the quickest recovery by expanding 5 percent year on year, with that of high-tech manufacturing and equipment manufacturing rising 10.5 percent and 9.3 percent, respectively.
Output in industries in the production and supply of electricity, thermal power, gas and water reported a year-on-year increase of 0.2 percent, while the mining sector saw output up by 0.3 percent.
In the first four months, industrial output went down 4.9 percent year on year, with the rate narrowing 3.5 percentage points from the drop seen in the first quarter.
With consolidated epidemic control efforts and the restoration of economic activities, major indices have sustained the improving momentum since March, the NBS said in a statement.
But with the global spread of the virus, domestic recovery still faces many challenges, it added.
In a breakdown by ownership, output by the private sector went up 7 percent year on year.
The output of state-controlled enterprises edged up 0.5 percent, that of joint-stock companies rose 4 percent, and that of overseas-funded enterprises rose 3.9 percent.
The industrial output is used to measure the activity of designated large enterprises with an annual business turnover of at least 20 million yuan (about 2.82 million U.S. dollars).
Friday's data also showed improvements in other readings of economic indicators. Fixed-asset investment declined 10.3 percent in the first four months, with the fall narrowing by 5.8 percentage points compared with the decrease in the first three months.
Retail sales of consumer goods went down 7.5 percent last month, recovering from a drop of 15.8 percent in March.
Source: Shanghai Daily, May 15, 2020
Taskforce to investigate Hunan maternity shop
14th May 2020

 Authorities in Hunan Province will form a taskforce to investigate a maternity product store that was allegedly selling a protein powder drink as infant formula, leading to serious health complications among children, Hunan Daily reported on Thursday.

The joint team from the provincial and Chenzhou City market watchdogs will investigate Aiyingfang maternity store, which was accused of fraud and falsely advertising the product in a news program aired on Hunan TV on Monday.
Several parents in Yongxing County, Chenzhou City, complained that their children had protruding skulls, delayed development, rashes or slapped their heads uncontrollably. After examination, doctors diagnosed malnutrition, or rickets, a severe symptom of vitamin D deficiency in infants, the news program said.
The children were all allergic to normal baby formulas and advised to consume amino acid milk powder by doctors. Under the recommendation of shop assistants at Aiyingfang, parents bought a powdered drink called Beianmin, produced by Hunan Waverock Health Industry Co Ltd. Its package reads: Deep Hydrolysis Protein & Lactose-free Formula Powder, the program reported.
The Yongxing County government said a total of 47 cans of Beianmin had been sold by October 2019.
A customer service staffer with Hunan Waverock claimed the products met relevant standards for powered drinks and were correctly packaged and branded. They were not affiliated with the maternity store and had no idea their product was sold as baby formula, The Beijing News reported.
The company stopped manufacturing Beianmin in 2019, the report said.
China’s State Administration for Market Regulation said on its website on Wednesday that the powered drink is not baby formula and its protein and nutrition content are far less than regular formulas. It has called for a thorough investigation into the matter.
Source: Shanghai Daily, May 14, 2020
China's Hubei reports no increase in COVID-19 cases
13th May 2020

 No new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) were reported in central China's Hubei Province Tuesday, the provincial health commission said Wednesday.

As of Tuesday, the province had 598 asymptomatic cases under medical observation, after six such cases were added and 14 released from quarantine Tuesday.
Six patients remained in hospital in the province, with one in severe and one in critical condition.
A total of 283,260 close contacts of COVID-19 patients in the province had been tracked by Tuesday, 932 of whom were still under medical observation.
By Tuesday, death toll from the virus in the province stood at 4,512, including 3,869 in Wuhan.
Hubei had so far reported 68,134 confirmed COVID-19 cases in total, including 50,339 in Wuhan.
Source: Shanghai Daily, May 13, 2020

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