An extended new year holiday has slowed down travel and business activities in China due to the unexpected novel coronavirus outbreak.
As the battle against COVID-19 is at a critical stage, some outside noises have posed a threat of their own.
Turkey is extremely confident that China will defeat the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) soon and bilateral cooperation "is continuing unabated," managing director of Turkey's sovereign wealth fund (TVF) has said.
China will see a 45-percent drop of trips over the annual Spring Festival travel period due to the COVID-19 outbreak this year, and there will not be a "peak" of travelers in the coming days like years before, officials said Saturday.
Chinese experts have called upon cured patients who were infected with novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to donate plasma at hospitals as neutralizing antibodies have been identified in the plasma of some patients.
The Philippines' recent decision to terminate a military pact with the United States could be a severe blow to Washington's alliance relationship in Asia, said experts, who also believe it remains uncertain how the brawl will play out.
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