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The New Rules For Mourners In Wuhan Have Angered Many Residents

Friday, April 10, 2020

Zhang Hai's father died of the coronavirus on Feb. 1 and was cremated. Ashes can now be picked up, but the government requires a chaperone for visits to the crematorium as well as for burials.

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To Avoid New COVID-19 Cases, China Closes Border With Russia

Friday, April 10, 2020

China has closed its land border with Russia and placed a border city on lockdown after an increase in coronavirus infections that it blames on people crossing from Russia.

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As China's Wuhan Ends Its Long Quarantine, Residents Feel A Mix Of Joy And Fear

Wednesday, April 08, 2020

The end of the city's 76-day lockdown is a milestone in China's efforts to contain the outbreak of the coronavirus that sickened more than 80,000 across the country and overwhelmed health systems.

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China Opens Wuhan But Coronavirus Concerns Haven't Gone Away

Wednesday, April 08, 2020

China has ended its lockdown of Wuhan, the city where the coronavirus first emerged. After being closed off for more than 10 weeks, millions are expected to leave the area.

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PHOTOS: Coronavirus Kept People Out Of Beijing's Parks. Now They're Coming Back

Sunday, April 05, 2020

As restrictions are relaxed in parts of China where the coronavirus struck, residents in Beijing are cautiously returning to the public spaces they love.

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They Call Him A Hero: Dr. Zhong Is The Public Face Of China's War Against Coronavirus

Thursday, April 02, 2020

The 83-year-old, weightlifting pulmonologist is widely seen as a source of reliable information — although one recent comment seems to have been politicized by the government.

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U.S. Continues To Point Out That China Is Where Coronavirus Began

Monday, March 30, 2020

The U.S. and China have clashed over the handling of the coronavirus outbreak. China is using its soft power to compete with the U.S. for influence during the pandemic.

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People In Beijing Emerge From 2 Months Of Coronavirus Lockdown

Sunday, March 29, 2020

An outbreak of the new coronavirus is fading in China, just in time for spring. And so people are finally emerging from their apartments after two months of lockdowns.

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Mystery In Wuhan: Recovered Coronavirus Patients Test Negative ... Then Positive

Friday, March 27, 2020

NPR interviewed four residents of Wuhan who contracted the virus, recovered — but then had a retest that turned positive. What does that mean for China's recovery from COVID-19?

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As Imported Cases Rise In China, Travelers Required To Isolate

Saturday, March 21, 2020

China has announced that travelers entering the country pay to be quarantined in state-appointed hotels — at the traveler's expense — because of growing numbers of infections coming from abroad.

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Lessons From China On How To Restart An Economy After Coronavirus Peaks

Thursday, March 19, 2020

How are businesses and restaurants reopening in China after a deadly outbreak of the new coronavirus? Very slowly. China continues to sacrifice economic activity for rigorous quarantine measures.

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China May Have Turned The Corner In Coronavirus Pandemic

Thursday, March 19, 2020

China, the country on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic that has infected 81,000 people there, marked a milestone. For the first time since December, it has no new domestic cases to report.

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COVID-19 Has Caused A Shortage Of Face Masks. But They're Surprisingly Hard To Make

Monday, March 16, 2020

China makes millions of masks. But ramping up production is tricky. "Making masks is not as easy as you imagine," a pharmaceutical executive in China says.

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U.S. Can Learn From Other Countries About Containing COVID-19

Friday, March 13, 2020

As the U.S. manages the coronavirus, NPR's Rachel Martin talks to three NPR correspondents in some hard-hit countries: China, South Korea and Italy, to ask what lessons the U.S. should learn.

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China's President Xi Jinping Visits Wuhan, Coronavirus Epicenter

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

It's the Chinese leaders first visit to Wuhan since the coronavirus outbreak began. There are indications China plans to lift some travel restrictions around Wuhan after the area was locked down.

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Many Younger Chinese Speak Out Against Handling Of Coronavirus

Thursday, March 05, 2020

The number of new coronavirus cases are dropping across China. But some say they won't be able to forget how leaders decided to cut off the city of Wuhan to stop the virus from spreading.

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As New Coronavirus Cases Slow In China, Factories Start Reopening

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Strict quarantine measures have prevented 300 million migrant workers from returning to work. Now local authorities are trying to get businesses going again. The main bottleneck: a shrunken workforce.

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After Coronavirus Outbreak, China Tries To Get Back To Work

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Now that the spread of COVID-19 appears to be under control, China's vast economy is slowly returning to work.

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What Happens If You're Critically Ill In China — But Not With Coronavirus

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Residents say their relatives have been unable to get care for cancer, for childhood diseases and more as Wuhan and other cities put a priority on treating COVID-19 patients.

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Hong Kong Bookseller Sentenced By China To 10 Years For Passing 'Intelligence'

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Gui Minhai was kidnapped by Chinese agents while on vacation in Thailand in 2015. His conviction in a secret trial was announced in a brief statement by the court.

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