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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
Wuhan suspends public transportation, outward flights, trains to curb spread of deadly virus
23rd January 2020

 Central China's megacity of Wuhan, the center of a pneumonia outbreak, has rolled out a slew of unprecedented measures to curb the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

 
From 10am on Thursday, all public transportation, including city buses, subways, ferries and long-distance coaches have been suspended, and outbound channels at airports and railway stations have also been closed until further notice.
 
Citizens should not leave the city without specific reasons, according to a notice issued in the wee hours of Thursday by Wuhan's headquarters for the control and treatment of the pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus.
 
The authorities also urged and demanded that all residents in Wuhan should wear masks in public places.
 
"Staff of state organs, enterprises and institutions shall wear masks at work, and operators of public venues should set up eye-catching signs to remind and request residents to put on masks before entering," said a notice issued by Wuhan municipal people's government. "Those who disregard the warning will be punished according to relevant laws and regulations," it added.
 
Wuhan's tourism authorities on Wednesday suspended group tours through all local agencies from January 22 to February 8 and the municipal department of culture and tourism has ordered agencies to cancel all group tours planned after January 30. For trips before the date, travel agencies are required to grant refunds to all customers.
 
The department also ordered local tourist attractions and star-rated hotels to suspend all large-scale activities before February 8.
 
The measures will be taken in a bid to "effectively cut off the virus spread, resolutely curb the outbreak and guarantee the people's health and safety," said the headquarters' notice.
 
As of 8pm on Wednesday, a total of 444 cases of novel coronavirus-related pneumonia and 17 deaths had been reported in Hubei Province, where Wuhan is located, according to local authorities.
 
Among the confirmed cases, 399 patients are receiving treatment in hospitals, with 71 in severe condition and 24 in critical condition, said Yang Yunyan, deputy governor of the province, at a local press conference.
 
Nationwide, a total of 17 people had died and 571 cases were confirmed in 25 provincial-level regions in the country by the end of Wednesday.
 
Confirmed cases have also been reported in the regions of Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, as well as in the United States, Japan, the Republic of Korea and Thailand.
Source: Shanghai Daily, January 23, 2020
China reports 440 confirmed cases of new coronavirus pneumonia
22nd January 2020

 Chinese health authorities announced Wednesday that 440 confirmed cases of pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) had been reported in 13 provincial-level regions in the country by the end of Tuesday.

 
The cases had resulted in nine deaths, all in central China's Hubei Province, said Li Bin, deputy director of the National Health Commission, at a press conference.
 
Altogether 149 new confirmed cases were reported Tuesday, Li added.
 
Overseas, one case has been confirmed in Japan, three in Thailand, and one in the Republic of Korea.
 
A total of 2,197 close contacts have been traced, figures from the commission show. Among them, 1,394 are under medical observation while 765 others have been discharged.
 
The cases of infection have been on the rise recently, which is possibly due to improved diagnostic methods and advanced reagents for confirming the new coronavirus-related pneumonia, Li said.
 
Experts also said that respiratory transmission is the main path of contagion and the virus is likely to mutate, which will increase the risks of it spreading.
 
The commission has been releasing daily reports on the number of confirmed cases and suspected cases since January 20.
 
Experts called for being alert as there will be increased population mobility amid Chinese Lunar New Year.
 
Strict measures have been taken to prevent the spread of the virus. A total of 15 thermal detectors have been set up in the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport, and 20 thermal detectors have been installed in three major railway stations of the city.
 
The city will also strictly monitor and control the farmer's markets as well as the supermarkets and restaurants, as well as toughen crackdowns on wild animal trade, Li said.
 
He added that public gatherings will be restricted, and unnecessary entry and exit trips to Wuhan will be called off.
 
"We should be strictly on guard against the pneumonia situation spreading outside Wuhan," Li said.
Source: Shanghai Daily, January 22, 2020
Advice for businesses: Don't stay stationary
21st January 2020

 When Chen Huxiong left his hometown in Guangdong Province and set up a stationery factory in Shanghai in 1997, he made a conscious decision not to rely on imports from overseas.

 
His company, M&G Stationery, has prospered ever since, and Chen credits the business environment in the city for his success.
 
“Setting up business in Shanghai means we have better access to overseas resources and also enjoy a favorable geographic location,” Chen explained.
 
The company listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 2015 and the shares have been a lucrative investment for shareholders.
 
M&G’s current market capitalization is about 46 billion yuan (US$6.7 billion). Last year, turnover was 8.54 billion yuan.
 
The stock has been trading near its record high of 51.90 yuan in 2019, with about 80 percent increase in the past twelve months.
 
Its factory in Fengxian District produces more than 5 billion ballpoint pens a year, becoming one of Asia’s biggest stationery makers. Since its market debut, M&G has been expanding beyond paper and pens, with an affiliate selling creative cultural products.
 
Government entities have helped the company prosper.
 
The Fengxian District Court, for example, has cracked down on patent infringement and counterfeit issues related to M&G products, and the Customs administration has streamlined the process whereby companies like M&G can export products.
 
“It’s a fully competitive and open market here,” Chen said. “Choosing Shanghai was a smart choice, looking back on the decision, and the local government has taken a lot of steps to improve the business environment in recent years.”
 
In tune with the city’s campaign encouraging companies to think creatively and upgrade production, M&G has continued to invest in new technology and product innovation.
 
The company has filed for dozens of patents and linked up with research and educational institutions.
 
A collaboration with Tongji University professors produced new designs to improve pen-holding positions for students. The product has received a positive response from consumers.
 
M&G is one example of how the right business environment attracts investment, talent and innovation.
 
For French beauty-products maker L’Oréal, simplified import procedures for cosmetics with no medicinal properties introduced in the Pudong New Area matters.
 
L’Oréal said import processing has been reduced to five working days from three months, helping the French firm hasten the introduction of new products into China.
 
China is already L’Oréal’s second-largest market, and the company is expanding its footprint here. Its research and development site in Shanghai, the company’s third-largest globally, serves the local market and also processes research samples from overseas.
 
Shanghai Customs has set up a green channel to expedite the import of research samples, helping L’Oréal expand that service.
 
A single-window service for trade management has been set up by Shanghai Customs to allow goods declaration to be handled online and to connect port and logistics data to seamless transportation of imports and exports.
Source: Shanghai Daily, January 21, 2020

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