How Wuhan tested 6.5 million for coronavirus in days
While other governments have struggled to provide testing for their populations on a broad scale, China has embarked on a citywide campaign to prevent a resurgence of infections at all costs. It has succeeded, according to residents and Chinese news reports, by mobilizing thousands of medical and other workers and spending hundreds of millions of dollars.
Wuhan lab had three live bat coronaviruses: Chinese state media
Scientists think COVID-19 -- which first emerged in Wuhan and has killed some...
Wuhan virology lab head calls virus leak claims ‘pure fabrication'
President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have repeatedly ...
The Wuhan lab at the heart of the US-China virus spat
The Chinese laboratory accused by top American officials of being the source of the coronavirus pandemic conducts research on the world's most dangerous diseases.
China reports first coronavirus case in Wuhan since April 3
While China had officially designated all areas of the country as low-risk last Thursday, the new cases according to data published on Sunday represent a jump from the single case reported for the day before. The number was lifted by a cluster of 11 in Shulan city in northeastern Jilin province.
Wuhan to test entire population after new virus cluster: State media
Officials had been ordered to submit by noon on Tuesday plans to administer nucleic acid tests on all residents in the city of 11 million people, according to an official notice carried by news outlets.
China's Wuhan city discharges last COVID-19 patient from hospital
The last COVID-19 patient in Wuhan has been discharged and the hospitals in the epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic in the central Chinese city have no coronavirus cases for the first time after more than three months of arduous battle against the deadly virus that infected over 80,000 people on the mainland, health officials said.
WHO says has no proof from US on 'speculative' Wuhan lab claims
"We have not received any data or specific evidence from the United States government relating to the purported origin of the virus -- so from our perspective, this remains speculative," WHO emergencies director Michael Ryan told a virtual briefing. Scientists believe the killer virus jumped from animals to humans, emerging in China late last year, possibly from a market in Wuhan selling exotic animals for meat.
China reports 21 new COVID-19 cases, Wuhan steps up mass testing for infections
China's National Health Commission (NHC) said that of the eight new confirmed COVID-19 cases reported on Friday, six were imported infections.
China reports 15 new COVID-19 cases as Wuhan gears up to test its 11 million people
According to China's National Health Commission (NHC), seven new confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported on Tuesday of which one is imported and the other six cases locally transmitted.
Coronavirus detected in Wuhan in late December: China
Since the coronavirus outbreak, the pandemic has killed 3,331 people in China with the number of infections rising to 81,740, the National Health Commission (NHC) said on Tuesday. A total of 1,299 patients are still being treated, while 77,078 patients have been discharged after recovery.
Looking into reports that coronavirus 'escaped' from China's Wuhan lab: Donald Trump
The US has been conducting a full-scale investigation into whether the deadly virus "escaped" from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Fox News said in an exclusive report, adding that intelligence operatives were reportedly gathering information about the laboratory and the initial outbreak of the pathogen.
China flaunts French connection to Wuhan lab; Ambivalent on WHO probe into origin of coronavirus
Accusing US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of fabricating lies over the involvement of the virology lab in Wuhan, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying sought to deflect criticism over its role by highlighting its French connection.
China asks Mike Pompeo to show 'enormous evidence' of COVID-19 originating from Wuhan lab
China on Wednesday dared US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to show "enormous evidence" he claimed to have to prove that the novel coronavirus originated from a lab in Wuhan and said he has no evidence to back up his claims.
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