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Nearly 11m students to sit China's college entrance exam in July: ministry
19th June 2020

 A total of 10.71 million students will sit this year's national college entrance exam in China on July 7 and 8, an increase of 400,000 over last year, the Ministry of Education said on Friday.

 
Over 7,000 exam sites will be set up across the country, including around 400,000 exam rooms, and 945,000 people will work as invigilators or service providers.
 
Wang Hui, an official with the ministry, said the exam will be the largest organized event in the country since the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic, at a press conference.
 
The exam, also known as the gaokao, is deemed the most important event for Chinese students. It is hailed as a fair system to select talent and change the fate of children from poor families.
 
This year's gaokao will see strict anti-epidemic measures at the exam sites including requiring students and invigilators to wear face masks and preparing isolation rooms for those with suspicious symptoms.
 
He Qinghua, an official with the National Health Commission, said at a press conference held by the Ministry of Education Friday that all relevant personnel should get their temperatures checked and wear face masks before entering the exam sites.
 
After entering the exam rooms, students from areas with low infection risks can decide whether to wear masks while those from medium- and high-risk areas and all invigilators and staff need to wear masks for the duration of the exams, the official said.
 
Special isolation rooms will be set up at each exam site, and students found to have high temperatures or respiratory ailments will first undergo a health evaluation conducted by professional personnel to decide if they are fit enough to take the gaokao. If they pass the evaluation, they can use the isolation rooms to take their exams, He said.
 
Invigilators at these isolation rooms will need to wear protective suits if necessary, the official added.
 
The gaokao for this year has been postponed by one month to July due to the novel coronavirus disease epidemic.
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 19, 2020
Chinese mainland reports 28 new confirmed COVID-19 cases
18th June 2020

 Chinese health authority said Thursday that it received reports of 28 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on the Chinese mainland Wednesday, of which 24 were domestically transmitted and four were imported.

 
Of the domestically transmitted cases, 21 cases were reported in Beijing, two in Hebei Province, and one in Tianjin, the National Health Commission said in its daily report.
 
No deaths related to the disease were reported Wednesday, according to the commission.
 
On Wednesday, 15 people were discharged from hospitals after recovery, and three new suspected cases were reported in Beijing.
 
As of Wednesday, the overall confirmed cases on the mainland had reached 83,293, including 265 patients who were still being treated, with nine in severe condition.
 
Altogether 78,394 people had been discharged after recovery and 4,634 people had died of the disease, the commission said.
 
By Wednesday, the mainland had reported a total of 1,860 imported cases. Of the cases, 1,769 had been discharged from hospitals after recovery, and 91 remained hospitalized. No deaths from the imported cases had been reported.
 
The commission said there were seven cases suspected of being infected with the virus by Wednesday.
 
According to the commission, 5,220 close contacts were still under medical observation after 153 people were discharged from medical observation Wednesday.
 
Also on Wednesday, eight new asymptomatic cases, including two from overseas, were reported on the mainland. No asymptomatic case was re-categorized as a confirmed case. Three asymptomatic cases were discharged from medical observation.
 
The commission said 111 asymptomatic cases, including 63 from overseas, were still under medical observation.
 
By Wednesday, 1,120 confirmed cases including four deaths had been reported in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, 45 confirmed cases in the Macao SAR, and 445 in Taiwan including seven deaths.
 
A total of 1,071 patients in the Hong Kong SAR, 45 in the Macao SAR, and 434 in Taiwan had been discharged from hospitals after recovery.
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 18, 2020
Beijing reports 31 new confirmed COVID-19 cases
17th June 2020

 Beijing reported 31 new confirmed domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases and six new asymptomatic cases on Tuesday, the municipal health commission said on Wednesday.

 
By Tuesday, Beijing had reported 557 confirmed domestically transmitted cases, including 411 who had been discharged from hospitals after recovery and nine deaths. There were still 137 patients receiving medical treatment, and 12 asymptomatic cases were under medical observation.
 
So far, 174 imported cases have been reported in Beijing, with one still hospitalized.
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 17, 2020
China, WHO collaborate closely to control COVID-19 pandemic
16th June 2020

 The World Health Organization said on Monday that given the recent resurgence of the coronavirus cases in Beijing, the organization is collaborating closely with China to control the COVID-19 pandemic.

 
The WHO is working "very closely with authorities in China to understand what exactly the risks are here and will issue any guidance internationally accordingly," Michael Ryan, executive director of the WHO Health Emergencies Program said on Monday in a press conference in Geneva.
 
"Beijing is a large city and a very dynamic and connected city, so there's always a concern and I think you can see that level of concern in the response of the Chinese authorities," Ryan said, emphasizing an "immediate response" and a "comprehensive set of measures" Beijing has taken.
 
"We are tracking that very closely," he said, adding that the WHO has office in Beijing, with "a number of epidemiologists permanently embedded" who "work on a day-to-day basis" with colleagues in China.
 
"We have offered further assistance and further support as it is needed, and we may be supplementing our country office team with more expertise, and in the coming days as the investigation develops," Ryan said, adding that direct cooperation again with colleagues at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention "will be important to understand the origin and spread of this disease."
 
Beijing reported 27 new confirmed domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases and three new asymptomatic cases on Monday, the municipal health commission said Tuesday.
 
Beijing has strengthened community-level disease prevention and control in response to the resurgence of domestically transmitted coronavirus cases.
 
"This disease is primarily spread from human to human by the respiratory routes and the contamination by humans of that environment," Ryan said, adding that "this disease can breach the animal human species barrier."
 
"Clearly there have been much research done on the potential for coronaviruses and other viruses to survive on many surfaces including packaging," he said, adding that he is currently "reticent to be in a position where all packaging and other things would need to be systematically tested."
 
"We need to understand what has actually happened in this circumstance before issuing major policies on this," he said, noting that governments, based on the information they have, could "issue whatever testing requirements are needed for the safety of citizens."
 
Maria Van Kerkhove, technical lead of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, said in some respects, any country can be the next epicenter and that all countries should be ready to cope with a possible resurgence.
 
"It's very important that countries have the systems in place to be able to quickly identify any suspect cases, and test those cases, and follow the same pattern of events that need to happen ... so that any resurgence can be picked up quickly, and can be stamped out," she said.
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 16, 2020

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