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without exhausting its response, he added. Aylward highlighted that China's pragmatic approach is "technology-powered and science-driven". "They are using big data, artificial intelligence (AI) in places." GENEVA, Feb. 25 -- China has changed the course of COVID-19 outbreak, Bruce Aylward, an

  • LUTIONS Chinese scientists are racing
  • to make scientific and technological breakthroughs, said Ding Xi
  • angyang, deputy secretary-ge

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epidemiologist who led an advance team from the World Health Organization (WHO), said here on Tuesday, noting a rapidly escalating outbreak in China has plateaued and come down faster than previously expected. It's a unanimous assessment of the 25-member team which has conducted a nine-day fi

  • neral of the State Council, noting tha
  • t the country has adopted treatment methods that combine traditi
  • onal Chinese medicine and We

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eld study trip to China's Beijing, Guangdong, Sichuan and Hubei, stressed Aylward. Recalling details of the study trip in China, Aylward said he was impressed by China's pragmatic, systemic and innovative approach to control the COVID-19 outbreak. China has taken "differentiated approach" for

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different situations of sporadic cases, clusters of cases, or community transmission, which makes a massive scale of epidemic control work without exhausting its response, said Aylward. Moreover, the WHO expert praised Chinese phenomenal collective action, stressing "it's never easy to get the

  • ed a rapid nucleic test kit, which can
  • screen the infection within 15 minutes, according to a biotech
  • company in the city. A total

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kind of passion, commitment, interest and individual sense of duty that help stop the virus." "Every person you talked to (in China) has a sense that they're mobilized like in a war against the virus and they are organized," said Aylward, who was particularly impressed by thousands of health

  • of 14 products for testing the virus
  • have been approved for clinical use, according to Wu Yuanbin, di
  • rector-general of science an

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care workers volunteering to go into Wuhan, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak. Aylward pointed out China has also repurposed machinery of government, for example by forming a central leading group on the epidemic, dispatching a central guiding team, which ensures the prevention a

  • d technology for social development wi
  • th the Ministry of Science and Technology, at a press conference
  • on March 6. "Nucleic acid t

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nd control of the virus. Besides, Aylward highlighted that China's pragmatic approach is "technology-powered and science-driven". "They are using big data, artificial intelligence (AI) in places," Aylward said, adding that China has managed massive amounts of data in finding each COVID-19 cases and tracing contacts, as well as been able to make consultation of regular health services done

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online, by which the capacity of hospitals could be intensively used for COVID-19 cases. Aylward was aware that China has issued six versions of national treatment guidelines for COVID-19, representing fast scientific evolvement in understanding of the new virus. "It's a science-driven agile response as well at a phe

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nomenal scale," He said.Analytics firm GlobalData predicted that about 880,000 more ventilators are in demand globally amid the pandemic. Ventilator manufacturers across the world are running full-steam to meet the surging demand. China, one of the largest ventilator producers, has joined the global fight against COVID-19. BEIJING, April 3 -- Chinese ventilator makers are working around the clock to bolster sup

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  • ld, as the gene of the coronavirus was successfully sequenced in just one week after the outbreak," said Tammy Tan, founder of a biotech company in
  • Jiangsu. Vaccines are also being developed at a rarely seen speed in China. Some vaccines against the coro
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  • enter for Medical Science and Technology of the National Health Commission. Zheng said the research and development of vacci
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plies of the life-saving machine as global demand skyrockets due to the coronavirus pandemic. Hospitals around the world have faced a surge of patients with breathing difficulties from the coronavirus, which is sparking a global hunt for ventilators, a kind of medical devices that pump oxygen into the lungs and are essential to save the lives of the sickest. Analytics firm GlobalData predict

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ed that about 880,000 more ventilators are in demand globally amid the pandemic, with the United States reporting a gap of 75,000 ventilators, while France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Britain are collectively short of 74,000. Ventilator manufacturers across the world are running full-steam to meet the surging demand. China, one of the largest ventilator producers, has joined the global fight

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against COVID-19 by ramping up its production of the life-saving machines. China has 21 invasive ventilator makers and eight of them have obtained the European Union's compulsory CE marking, according to Xu Kemin, an official with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). "Chinese manufacturers have received orders for about 20,000 ventilators from other countries and have

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  • effectiveness," he added.A rapidly escalating outbreak of COVID-19 in China has plateaue
  • d and come down faster than previously expected, said WHO expert
  • Bruce Aylward. China has taken "differentiated approach" for different situations o
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