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China reports sufficient vegetable supplies but higher prices
21st February 2020

 China's vegetable supplies were generally sufficient despite an uptick in prices, according to data from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs.

 
China currently has more than 84 million mu (5.6 million hectares) of vegetables grown in the fields. Data from the ministry's 1,000 vegetable monitoring centers showed that supplies increased 2.7 percent year on year in the recent two months.
 
However, there has been an uptick in prices as the Spring Festival holiday and the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic pushed up logistics costs and caused people to stock up on vegetables.
 
The average wholesale price of 28 types of vegetables monitored by the ministry surged 23.7 percent year on year in January. The increase in vegetable prices pushed the country's consumer price index up 0.45 percentage points, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed.
 
The ministry vowed greater efforts to ensure vegetable supplies especially in Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, and other hard-hit areas, as well as get farmers fully prepared for the spring plowing season to lay a solid foundation for the year's harvest.
Source: Shanghai Daily, February 21, 2020
Scientists refute theories suggesting COVID-19 has no natural origin
20th February 2020

 Health experts from multiple countries have rejected claims that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin, and condemned related conspiracy theories.

 
"We are public health scientists who have closely followed the emergence of 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and are deeply concerned about its impact on global health and wellbeing," 27 experts from around the world said in an online statement published on Wednesday by The Lancet, a world-renowned general medical journal.
 
Speaking highly of the "remarkable effort" of Chinese scientists and health professionals in identifying the pathogen, reducing its impact and sharing information, they noted that "the rapid, open, and transparent sharing of data on this outbreak is now being threatened by rumors and misinformation around its origins."
 
Scientists from multiple countries have published and analysed genomes of the causative agent, and "overwhelmingly conclude that this coronavirus originated in wildlife, as have so many other emerging pathogens," said the statement.
 
"This is further supported by a letter from the presidents of the US National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine and by the scientific communities they represent," added the statement.
 
"We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin," they said, stressing that "conspiracy theories do nothing but create fear, rumors, and prejudice that jeopardise our global collaboration in the fight against this virus."
 
The scientists also voiced support for the call from World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus "to promote scientific evidence and unity over misinformation and conjecture."
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, February 20, 2020
Costco acquires rights to Pudong land tract
19th February 2020

 US-based retailer Costco and a Chinese developer have acquired the use rights of an industrial and commercial land parcel in the Pudong New Area. 

 
A consortium made up of Costco's wholly owned unit Pudong Warehouse Development Limited and Shanghai Heyu Industrial Co Ltd, a subsidiary of developer Galaxy Holding Group, is the sole bidder for the block of land from the Planning, Land and Resources Administration of the Pudong New Area. 
 
It made a successful bid of 898 million yuan (US$128 million) for 40 years of use rights for the tract, which covers 4,7319.2 square meters, according to a filing to Shanghai's land transfer system on Tuesday.
 
Costco said it hasn't decided on the opening date of a Pudong store. The company offered no further details.
 
The block of land in the Kangqiao Industrial Zone is close to the Shanghai Disney Resort, and has been designated for commercial, catering or hospitality service purposes. 
 
Costco is the latest in a long line of foreign retailers to tap the booming local consumer market and the opening of its first store on Chinese mainland in Minhang District has drawn huge enthusiasm from shoppers.
 
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Richard Galanti revealed during an interview in September that Costco aims to build a second Shanghai store by the end of 2020 or early 2021.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, February 19, 2020
City hospital's recovery rate almost 50%
18th February 2020

 The local recovery rate for novel coronavirus pneumonia reached nearly 50 percent, experts announced on Monday.

 
So far, 161 of 332 coronavirus patients have been discharged in Shanghai, according to the Shanghai Health Commission.
 
Lu Hongzhou, a professor at the Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center, a designated hospital for coronavirus patients, said treatment had been included multidisciplinary care, a combination of Chinese and Western medicine and “one person, one treatment.”
 
The multidisciplinary team consists of doctors from the intensive care unit, an extracorporeal membrane oxygenation group, a continuous renal replacement therapies group, a respiratory therapy group and a mental health group, Lu said.
 
“The local best medical resources gather in the Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center,” said Lu. 
 
He said traditional Chinese medicine had been having a positive effect on treatment for the infection.
 
“Almost all the current coronavirus patients in our hospital have received traditional Chinese medicine treatment,” said Lu. “The traditional approaches have their own advantages.”
 
He said two patients who had a high fever and suffered from constipation and abdominal distension got better after enema therapy, a traditional Chinese medicine treatment.
 
“We ensure that every patient receives the most appropriate treatment here,” said Lu.
Source: Shanghai Daily, February 18, 2020

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