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Wuhan holds first on-site job fair for graduates since virus outbreak
2nd June 2020

 An offline job fair for college graduates in Wuhan, the Chinese city once hardest-hit by the novel coronavirus, was held at Jianghan University on Monday.

 
This was the first on-site job fair for college students held in Wuhan since the outbreak of the epidemic, as the number of new graduates reached new levels this year.
 
With 83 colleges and universities, Wuhan will see 317,000 fresh graduates this year, up 9.3 percent from 2019, said Xiong Jun, director of Wuhan Municipal Talent Service Center.
 
Wuhan will also hold another eight job fairs for recent university graduates, covering fields such as the modern service industry and financial industry.
 
The city has taken a variety of measures to attract graduates to primary-level jobs, including increasing jobs in communities, as well as positions as civil servants.
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 2, 2020
Wuhan reports no new asymptomatic cases for 1st time
1st June 2020

 Wuhan, the city in central China's Hubei Province previously hard hit by the novel coronavirus, reported no new asymptomatic cases Sunday, the first time since the provincial capital released figures on the virus carriers showing no symptoms.

 
The city conducted more than 60,000 nucleic acid tests on Sunday, finding no new asymptomatic cases, according to a statement issued Monday by the municipal health commission.
 
Wuhan started a campaign on May 14 to expand nucleic acid testing in order to better know the number of asymptomatic cases or people who show no clear symptoms despite carrying the virus.
 
No new asymptomatic cases reported for the first time indicates the campaign has seen apparent effects, said the statement.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 1, 2020
Chinese mainland reports no new confirmed COVID-19 cases
29th May 2020

 Chinese health authority said Friday that no new confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported on the Chinese mainland on Thursday.

 
No new suspected cases or deaths related to the disease were reported, the National Health Commission said in its daily report.
 
On Thursday, three patients were discharged from hospitals after recovery, while the number of severe cases remained four.
 
As of Thursday, a total of 82,995 confirmed COVID-19 cases had been reported on the mainland, and 4,634 people had died of the disease.
 
Altogether 78,291 patients had been cured and discharged from hospitals by the end of Thursday, the commission said, adding that there were 70 patients still being treated.
 
By Thursday, the mainland had reported a total of 1,734 imported cases. Of the cases, 1,688 had been discharged from hospitals after recovery, and 46 remained hospitalized. No deaths from the imported cases had been reported.
 
Five people were suspected of being infected with the virus by Thursday, the commission said, noting that four of the cases were imported.
 
A total of 5,591 close contacts were still under medical observation by Thursday, said the commission.
 
Also on Thursday, five new asymptomatic cases were reported on the mainland. No cases were re-categorized as confirmed cases, and nine asymptomatic cases were discharged from medical observation.
 
The commission said 409 asymptomatic cases, including 25 from overseas, were still under medical observation.
 
By Thursday, 1,066 confirmed cases including four deaths had been reported in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), 45 confirmed cases in the Macau SAR, and 441 in Taiwan including seven deaths.
 
A total of 1,035 patients in Hong Kong, 45 in Macau, and 420 in Taiwan had been discharged from hospitals after recovery.
Source: Shanghai Daily, May 29, 2020
Huawei insists on Meng's innocence, calls for justice after judge's ruling
28th May 2020

 A Canadian judge ruled on Wednesday that the extradition case against Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou can proceed. Huawei insisted on Meng’s innocence and hopes to see “justice is served.”

 
According to the ruling, the case against Meng meets the Canadian extradition standards of “double criminality,” Xinhua news agency reported.
 
Huawei is “disappointed” in the ruling by the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
 
“We have repeatedly expressed confidence in Ms Meng's innocence. Huawei continues to stand with Ms Meng in her pursuit for justice and freedom,” said Huawei in a statement, which also mentioned that Meng’s lawyers continue to work to see justice is served.
 
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian on Tuesday urged Canada to immediately correct its mistake, release Meng and ensure her safe return to China. The United States and Canada abused their bilateral extradition treaty and arbitrarily took compulsory measures against a Chinese citizen without cause, Xinhua reported citing Zhao.
 
“This is a serious political incident that grossly violates the legitimate rights and interests of the Chinese citizen,” said Zhao.
Source: Shanghai Daily, May 28, 2020

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