China publishes white paper on COVID-19 fight_英语频道_央视网

China publishes white paper on COVID-19 fight_英语频道_央视网

Wang Chen, vice president of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and president of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences said that China has gradually resumed work and production, for this goal, the concerned authorities have put in place a set of guidelines to facilitate regular prevention and control of COVID-19 outbreak.

The claim that China is hindering the anti-Covid research effort may well be riding a wave of another theory, one that alleges that coronavirus is man-made and was released from a virology lab in Wuhan, the Chinese city that was the epicenter of the epidemic. The statement stated that the CoVid spread could not be confirmed with evidence by the country.

The Covid-19 epidemic, as a major public health emergency, has spread faster and wider than any other since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, and has proven to be the most hard to contain, said the white paper.

"We have got to get this vaccine done".

"This kind of messaging is not going to change the trajectory of public policy in the United States whether it is increasing bipartisan consensus within the Democrats or Republicans, industry [and] other stakeholders about how to approach relations with China", said Feingold.

The white paper outlined China's information sharing framework with the global community from the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

"Instead, we have immediately reported virus data and relevant information about the epidemic to the worldwide community and made an important contribution to the prevention and control of the epidemic around the world".

The question arises in the conclusion is that 'Can China be trusted to act generously?'

Some Chinese netizens appeared to fully embrace the official narrative in the government's white paper.

China said on Monday that U.S. Senator Rick Scott should present the evidence for his accusation that Beijing is trying to slow down or sabotage the development of a COVID-19 vaccine by western countries. At the same time, Beijing has sought to cast doubt on the theory that the virus originated in China, with a foreign ministry official having promoted conspiracy theories that linked the outbreak to the USA military. Facing this "unknown, unexpected, and devastating" disease, China launched a resolute battle to prevent and control its spread, said the white paper, issued on Sunday, titled "Fighting Covid-19: China in Action". It elaborated on how the country engaged in global cooperation over the past several months.

Ten leading vaccine candidates are now being tried on humans in clinical trials around the world.

The report sheds no light on how China dealt with the outbreak before December 27, 2019 - nearly one-and-a-half months after government records allegedly showed that the country's first confirmed case could be traced back to mid-November, Twu said.

During the fight against COVID-19, China has forged stronger relationships with its partners and enlarged its circle of friends, he added. In the first call, the Chinese official briefed his U.S. counterpart about the new pneumonia, the report said, adding, "The two sides agreed to keep in close contact on information sharing and cooperation on technical matters".

One hundred countries are participating and America isn't one of them.

He said it has little effect on the world's perception about China.

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