China took some important measures to control this epidemic

In  China,  patients  with  corona-virus  infection  have  been  confirmed  to  isolation  Centers or hospitals. The government also indicated that testing this new virus is free, and the government will pay the costs related to COVID-19 that are not covered by life insurance.

China used prefabricated modules to construct two new 1,000-1,300-bed hospitals to combat Corona-virus, one created in six days, and the second in 15 days.

This  is  not  the  first  time  China  has  established  hospitals  dedicated  to  managing  outbreaks quickly. Beijing established a hospital in seven days during the 2002-2003 SARS epidemic, with 7,000 people were working day and night.

Most of the other trains continued to pass at Wuhan. Trains passed the station right through. The big inner-city trains, with the blinds running down, roll on through. Cutting off transport has been rated as one of the top three steps to control the virus spread.

People who felt they had the novel corona-virus in China will always be sent to a special fever clinic that has been common since an intense SARS epidemic was treated in the country in 2020.

Their temperature will be taken and their symptoms, medical history, travel history and any previous interaction with anyone infected with a doctor would be discussed.

Chinese officials of public health have sought to track nearly every one of the country’s 80,000- plus cases.

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coronavirus block down

Emergency centers around the country monitoring the virus use big screens that show every cluster of diseases. Officials are militantly monitoring where cases travel, with governors not hesitating to call local field teams when they have concerns, as Aylward observed during his tour.

China  effectively ordered  a  country-wide  shut down,  ordering  every Chinese  citizen to  stay home  until the  curve  was  firmed.  In China,  you’ve  got  what  security guards are essentially monitoring  every  residence  to  ensure  they  don’t  breach  government  containment.  Fifteen million people were expected to order meals online. And the meal was delivered.

When it came to the non-medical response, the sense of solidarity with Hubei was nationwide. Many provinces sent  40,000 medical staff,  many of whom were volunteers, to the outbreak Center. Transport, forestry, and clerical staff were all reassigned to new positions.

Besides China’s fast-created hospitals, China also took pre-existing hospitals and reconfigured them to treat  patients exclusively with the novel corona-virus, closing them off from others. You had to take entire hospitals out of general service and effectively make them emergency hospitals for COVID 19 cases. What China done, instead of making some beds that are isolation beds, is at the beginning of that ward, they constructed a wall with a window over  it. They sealed the entire thing and said that an entire ward, 40 beds to 100 beds, is now an insulation unit. Speed has also been crucial to curbing the crisis.

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coronavirus block down

Current Business situation in China

China  is  the  country  where  the  pandemic  started  as  the  number  of  corona-virus  cases accumulated  almost  completely shut  down in  late  January.  With  new  diseases diminishing, factories are resuming, shops are reopening, and people are outdoors venturing. After the two months of lock-down in several areas of the country, China appears to be returning to business, with   significant   indicators   such   as   demand   for   electricity   and   steel   and   automotive manufacturing returning to levels not far from normal. It appears the drastic measures put the virus under control. Infections spread locally have declined, and a lockout is removed. But the lockout  also  brought  development  to  a  standstill  for  weeks  on  end  in  most  of  the  world’s second-largest  economy, and  is expected to result  in China’s first  decades-long contraction. Goldman Sachs analysts recently forecast that China’s GDP will decline by 9 per cent in the first quarter of the year, compared to the same time in 2019. Yet restarting factories and getting back to work puts China on a shaky course.

The  pandemic  threatens  to  wreak  havoc  all over  the  world,  raising  concerns  of a  possible second wave of outbreaks as people come back from abroad and bring the virus along. China’s economy-saving strategy relies on a slew of policies and campaigns designed to drive people back to work, cultivate corporate trust at home and abroad, and shield as many firms as possible from failure. In addition to spending billions of dollars on medical supplies and services, the State has poured money into  infrastructure programs to build  jobs. It also  reduced taxes on small  businesses  and  allowed  banks  to  delay  loan  payments  to  distressed  households  or companies as a way to help them overcome the economic consequences. It comes as no surprise that  industries  and  product  classes  are  emerging  at  varying  speeds,   requiring  distinct approaches. In the first two  weeks that China’s epidemic has intensified  but  leading sectors such as software and services and  healthcare equipment  and services have recovered, stock prices have dropped across all sectors within a few days and have since risen by an average of

12 per cent. The majority of sectors recovered more gradually but within a few weeks exceeded prior rates.

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coronavirus block down

And the toughest-hit industries — such as transportation, retail, and oil, comprising 28 percent of China’s largest stock market capitalization — are still down by at least 5 percent, displaying only modest signs of recovery.

In addition to spending billions of dollars on medical supplies and services, the State has poured money into infrastructure programs to build jobs. It also reduced taxes on small businesses and allowed banks to delay loan payments to distressed households or companies as a way to help them   overcome   the   economic   consequences.   The   insurance   industry   is   traditionally conservative but Ant Financial has added free corona-virus coverage to its offerings in response to the  crisis.  The  activity fulfilled  a  need  for  a customer  while  fostering  recognition of the online services of the business and enhancing customer loyalty. Relative to the previous month, it expects a 30 per cent rise in health insurance revenue in February. Now that the infection rate has  decreased,  many  parts  of  the  country  are  removing  their  lock-downs,  eliminating  road barricades and encouraging people to travel more freely in places where the virus seems to have run it’s course, as long as they have reported evidence that they’re safe.

The  Government  makes special provisions  for  employees  in some  situations.  For  example, according  to  the  Ministry of Human  Resources  and  Social Security,  Beijing  has  instructed railway and airline companies to arrange special trains and flights to bring migrant workers from “the door of their house to the factory gate.

Employees  were  unable  to  carry  out  their  daily  operations  in  hard  hit  industries,  such  as restaurants.  Some  innovative  Chinese  firms,  rather  than  furloughs  or  layoffs,  deliberately reassigned workers to new and useful tasks, such as recovery planning, or even loaned them to other businesses. For example, more than 40 restaurants, hotels, and cinema chains streamlined their staffing to free up a significant proportion of their workforce in reaction to a drastic fall in sales.

Meanwhile  analysts  and  academics  warn  that  the  extreme  pressure  to  restart  research, combined with fear of a second outbreak, may produce a skewed image of what  is actually happening on the ground.

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